CPD seminars

Proludic are proud to be a member of the Continuing Professional Development Certification Agency programme.

Continuing Professional Development (or CPD) is the term used to describe the undertaking of a structured and planned approach to post-qualification further learning throughout the career path.


As such we are able to offer a range of play industry related topics that have been independently verified for their educational content.

We are currently running numerous CPD seminars across the UK. As part of the service we can arrange to come to your office, bring lunch and present to you and your colleagues in the comfort of your own surroundings to suit your schedule. These seminars are relevant for all providers and specifiers of outdoor play and fitness spaces.

Current Topics

Understanding The Needs of The Child Within Play Space Design

A presentation aiming to achieve a greater understanding of the relationship between landscape, design, children and play. This presentation focus on 5 key points; understanding what a successful play space means, what are we able to do to positively influence the design process, why children need to play, technical and safety regulations and celebrating good design. 


Enhancing Community Spaces Bex_02

Our Enhancing Community Spaces seeks to offer play, sport and recreational solutions to the 10 Key Points made in Decent homes need decent spaces (Research summary document, CABE) with regard to environmental improvements for communities on social housing estates. This seminar has previously been presented to a number of Groundworks and private Landscape Architects.


Image 1 - blonde lad smiling in trainThe 7 Steps to Success: Funding & Community Engagement

This presentation follows the step-by-step process for acquiring funds for public play and sports areas. Taking the participants through the 7 steps of consultation, designing and maintaining your play area.



J2595_03Designing for Inclusion

All children should have access to play and to the same play facilities. This CPD explores research on different impairments: Motor, visual, learning and hearing and how best we can design play areas to incorporate these specific needs. 



OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAEnhancing Housing Developments by Delivering Aspirational Play Facilities

This presentation targets the housing sector and how they can maximise play areas in new developments to help sell more houses in the area. Practical tips and case study examples highlight this.

On completion of the seminar we can provide you with an attendance form and certificate. This can be attributed towards your 35 – 40 hours CPD required each year to maintain your profession.

To arrange a CPD seminar or to pre-book a place on our future Webinars, please complete the following form (see top right of the page).