The responsibility for completing Continuous Professional Development lies ultimately with the individual, often within the context of their membership and involvement with industry professional bodies or institutes. However, more and more employers are taking a proactive and supporting role with the CPD required by their employees. Aside from industry associations, the importance of CPD within the general enterprise is growing, as more employers see the benefits of more highly skilled, motivated and committed workforce. There is a common misunderstanding with some employers that CPD takes significant time which may result in periods of “out of the business”. However, the availability of more flexible CPD suited for business requirements has increased significantly in recent years, with the introduction of online learning, short courses and half-day workshops, as well as distance learning and educational exhibitions. These can provide CPD learning seminars alongside new business revenue and networking opportunities.