In 2017 the University of Westminster is promoting the Construction Law Seminar Series II: Comparing International Construction Disputes, for the engagement of students, international players and stakeholders in the construction industry, encouraging a horizontal debate environment for the future construction law professionals.

The series is an initiative of the Westminster Construction Society in the Department of Property and Construction to advance the conversation about the main opportunities and challenges in the Construction Disputes sector. For the second consecutive year, the  Construction Law Seminars are a chance to bring together well recognised professionals of the construction industry, in the heart of London.



CPD refers to the process of tracking and documenting the skills, knowledge and experience that you gain both formally and informally as you work, beyond any initial training. It’s a record of what you experience, learn and then apply. The term is generally used to mean a physical folder or portfolio documenting your development as a professional.

Some organisations use it to mean a training or development plan, which I would argue is not strictly accurate. This article is about CPD as a process of recording and reflecting on learning and development.