I can't seem to find much info on this topic. I was wondering - what proactive steps are CIPD taking to ensure blanket acceptance in EU27, of qualifications issued/endorsed by CIPD post-brexit?
It is a little unnerving to think our CIPD qualifications will essentially be worth peanuts - at least as far as automatic recognition is concerned (EQF etc..) amongst all EU27.
Are there any plans for example, to tie CIPD certificate-issuing to the Irish CIPD chapter to work around this after brexit? For current holders of CIPD certs - will there be some kind of process where one can apply to the CIPD to have their certificate re-issued via Ireland CIPD?
I know quite a few colleagues in UK and abroad who are holding off pursuing further CIPD qualification / study until it is clear what value quals will continue to bring amongst EU27 professional peers, as well as for one's own international career.
If I've overlooked any CIPD articles on this topic, please could somebody send me a link?
I appreciate one can take steps oneself to apply in each EU27 country to get a personal certificate of recognition + application fees x27 EU countries. Its just a little worrying that CIPD haven't taken proactive steps to address this by now. It sends a certain signal - and not in a good way :-(