To help you keep track of your professional development:
- Carry out a self-assessment of your professional skills, knowledge and understanding against the 2014 professional standards, to identify your areas for development.
- Create a professional development plan based on the results of your self-assessment that outlines areas for development that are relevant to your practice and note the actions you will take, with anticipated outcomes for your learners.
- Record your CPD, so that you have a log of your CPD activity.
- Reflect on the CPD activity and review your progress, identifying impact of CPD on your practice with others and identifying the impact on your learners’ outcomes.
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