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CPD - what form should it take? Roger Taylor‘s letter (17 November 1998) has raised widespread comment. Chris Bailey has written: I started my own practice 2 years ago, and it now has a staff of 22. Twelve months ago I employed my first graduate and felt a high degree of responsibility for her formative years in our industry. I hoped, if not expected, that our Institution would be able to offer help and assistance to me - advice on approved training courses, an introduction to the local branch, advice to employers, etc. Sadly, this was not so; my plea for help resulted in a six-page leaflet describing the route to chartered membership, as though this should be a graduate’s only real ambition.