Continuing Professional Development

NSCA encourage members to critically assess their own learning activities and how those activities translate to a positive change in their practice. 

NSCA require for members to record their educational activities on a log for a 2-year cycle completing a minimum of 50 credit hours during this period.  Such educational activities must directly relate to the practice of chiropody/podiatry and is intended to lead to an increase in competence as well as to enhance the delivery of care to the public.

Our mission is to strive
to improve the
overall foot healthcare
to the public by
focussing on preventing, diagnosing and treating conditions associated with the foot, as well as to facilitate the delivery of knowledge of foot healthcare in a safe and professional manner.
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