Medica Cpd is a leading provider of high quality continuing professional development (CPD) in health and well being subjects. Our events are designed to develop your knowledge, skills and career. 

We provide a full programme of professional development events- conferences, training courses, masterclasses and seminars- covering a variety of hot topics, such as: children's mental health, autism, diabetes, coronary heart disease, obesity, health and learning disabilities, self harm and much more.

Our professional development events are particularly popular with teachers, social care and health professionals and are designed to help busy professionals keep up to date with the latest knowledge, new guidelines, best practice and practical information which can be applied in the work setting.

Through our knowledge and contacts we will ensure our health related events are always topical, bringing you the best key speakers and programmes. We do hope you will join us!


Medica CPD can also manage your conference, training course, exhibition, product launch or road show.  We have a proven track record in events management and are well placed to assist you, whether it is an event for 10 or 5,000 people.

We also offer tailor made training services where we deliver training courses designed to meet the learning needs of a group of staff at a location near you. Please give us a call or email and we would be happy to discuss further.

Save Money!  If you book any of our current conferences and training courses together you can receive a discount. Please call the Medica Cpd office on 0141 638 4098 for more information.

Here's some feedback from our most recent conferences and training courses:

"Being presented with such an informative and varied array of information from different and excellent sources! Covered every possible aspect of the spectrum of difficulties. Really first class!"

"The whole event was excellent: venue, food, presentations, organisation, excellent breaks, etc."

"Excellent practical advice and tips on how to approach these particular health issues with young people. Incorporate some of these practices into my support of young people."