I got an email from ALIA (Australian Library and Information Association) a fortnight ago informing me that my professional development activities are going to be audited. All I have to do here is enter in all my activities into their online recording system, print it out and post it to them. I thought that, having my membership number and password on file, they could retrieve it themselves, but they probably can’t due to confidentiality issues etc. Seems a little bit of a round-about way of doing things. It will be an interesting experience as I haven’t been audited for anything before. Is it similar to retaining CILIP associate status? I’d be interested to hear your views!
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