Knowledge Bank

The Society recommends all designers to undertake Continuing Professional Development in order to:

  • benefit by ensuring you adhere to best professional design practice
  • progress your careers
  • enhance your proposition to clients
  • fulfil your responsibility to maintaining the well-being of society and the environment

For Registered Chartered Designers, no matter to which design organisation or body you belong, substantial CPD is an annual requirement.

To assist you in undertaking valid CPD the Society has developed the CSD Knowledge Bank which will curate the very best knowledge available from CSD partners, suppliers and providers in your design specialism. All of those listed will be experts in their particular field and able to offer you advice and consultancy on a range of topics that will fulfil your CPD requirements.

The CSD Knowledge Bank is not a ‘directory’ – it is your ‘resource’ – and in keeping with the CSD brand of endorsing the very highest of standards and professionalism, only those suppliers and providers who pass the rigorous scrutiny set by the Society will be featured in the CSD Knowledge Bank.

Every asset in the Knowledge Bank identifies against the framework for professional design practice CPSK™ to ensure it is relevant to your CPD needs.

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If you are a CSD member or Chartered Designer, undertaking CPD with CSD Knowledge Bank experts, it will be fully integrated into your online CPD audit and plan within your online portfolio.

If you think your company or organisation can offer a high degree of expertise and knowledge to professional designers ensuring they are able to benefit from the CSD Knowledge Bank, then we want to hear from you. Your expertise and knowledge may be delivered in many ways: publications, seminars, online or by visiting designers or hosting CSD Knowledge Bank events at your premises. Contact the CSD Knowledge Bank


If you want to find out more please contact the CSD Knowledge Bank or visit the membership pages to apply to become a member of the only Royal Chartered professional body which sets the standards for best design practice representing designers who specialise in all design disciplines.