Supporting your transition to the new Profession Map

In November 2018, the new Profession Map replaced all previous versions as the international benchmark for excellent people practice. However, the 2013 Profession Map will still remain a robust, relevant and useful point of reference, which is why it will continue to play an important role for the next couple of years, remaining the foundation of all current CIPD qualifications, continuing professional development (CPD) tools and membership standards.

Get your one-page tailored guide

Select from the options below to reveal the information most relevant to your situation. You’ll then be able to download a concise guide based on your responses, which will help you transition to the new Map. None of the fields are mandatory; if a question isn’t relevant to you, simply ignore it and move on to the next one.

Select from the options below to reveal the information most relevant to your situation.

1. I would describe myself as:

2. I'd summarise my career experience in the following way:

3. My role mainly falls within:

4. I'd like to know how the new Profession Map will affect my membership grade if...

5. I'd like to know how the new Profession Map will impact CIPD qualifications if...

6. I'm thinking about gaining professional accreditation through:

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