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Honorary Fellows

The Institute of CPD has awarded the title 'Honorary Fellow' to a selection of individuals who have been very supportive over the years and who strongly believe in the importance of CPD and lifelong learning.

Please note that Honorary Fellows are by invitation only.

Jonathan Harris FRICS CBE *#

Sir Denis Pereira Gray Kt OBE ***#

Lord Bichard of Nailsworth KCB #

Dr. Geoffrey Copland CBE

The Hon. Mrs. Justice Hogg DBE

Lt. Gen. Sir Alistair Irwin KCB CBE

Andrew Youens FRICS

Robert Peto FRICS *

Duncan Preston FRICS

Sir Freddie Viggers KCB CMG MBE

Dame Gillian Guy DBE #

Lorraine Baldry OBE

Sir Gordon Duff

Brig. (Retired) A W E Brister CBE

Norman Davis

Prof. Barry Gilbertson FRICS *

The Baroness Hooper CMG

Sir Geoffrey Leigh

Lord Neuberger of Abbotsbury ****

John Plender

Vicky Pryce

Lesley Webber OBE

Neil Botten

Jonathan Caplan QC

*Former President of the RICS
**Former President of the Law Society
***Former President of Royal College of General Practitioners
****Former President of The Supreme Court
#Trustee of The Harris Foundation for Lifelong Learning

Jonathan Caplan QC

Lord Carrington of Fulham

Graham Chase FRICS

Brig. Mark St. J Filler CBE

Prof. Sir Malcolm Grant CBE

Sir Christopher Howes KCVO CB

Martin Leigh-Pollitt

Peter Pereira Gray FRICS

Simon Pott FRICS *

Prof. Andy Ross FAcSS

Dr.Monaca Grinfeld

Vivien King

“The world of work is changing so fast that we all need to continue learning and developing new skills if we are to be competitive, effective and successful. Being a member of the Institute of CPD shows that you understand that and are committed to giving your best.”

- Lord Bichard, Current Member of the House of Lords

“As professionals, we have to keep updated in our rapidly changing industries. But in order to stay fresh and relevant it is also vital to keep learning and developing new skills. Not only does this build professions to be proud of but it is personally motivating and rewarding too.”
- Dame Gillian Guy, DBE, Independent Assessor of the Financial Ombudsman Service; Formally Chief Executive Officer of Citizens Advice
“The world is always changing and will continue to do so. This means we all have to find ways of continuing to learn throughout our lives. Joining the Institute of Continuing Professional Development, which is committed to standards, is a simple and practical step to develop CPD more systematically. Through my involvement I have had some interesting conversations I would not otherwise have had and gained several valuable insights from them”.
- Professor Sir Denis Pereira Gray OBE HonDSc FRCP FRCGP HonFICPD FMedSci. Emeritus Professor, University of Exeter; Former President, Royal College of General Practitioners; Former Chairman, Academy of Medical Royal Colleges

“I know less now than I did when I thought I knew it all. In fact, it is frightening to realise how much more there is to learn. The only reason I improve is because others with knowledge are generous enough to support me with my ongoing education. CPD is an integral and critical part of acquiring expertise and helps to make us better professionals and individuals with understanding both now and in the future.”

- Graham Chase FRICS C.Arb FCIArb FRSA FInstCPD (Hon)