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Continuing Professional Development interactive templates for individuals and employers.
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Continuing Professional Development (CPD) Templates
Continuing Professional Development defines the learning activities that are undertaken by individuals to develop their knowledge and skills. This development might be to become more effective in a particular job role, to enhance the opportunity of promotion, to change career or to become more employable.
Training Needs Analysis
The purpose of a Training Needs Analysis is for:
- Individuals to identify their training needs to improve their performance and develop their career.
- Employers to discover the development needs of employees so that they are equipped to do their job efficiently and effectively, and develop their career.
Continuing Professional Development Plan
The purpose of a Continuing Professional Development Plan is for an employer and staff to plan learning and development activities. This might be professional development to undertake a job more effectively or to move forward in a career.
Continuing Professional Development Record
The purpose of a Continuing Professional Development Record is to describe and demonstrate a commitment to developing knowledge and skills. It is also an opportunity to reflect on the value of the learning and development activities undertaken.
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Choosing and Implementing an LMS
Choosing and implementing a Learning Management System (LMS) can be a daunting prospect. To help you through the process we have put together a free guide that covers: What is an LMS? How is an LMS deployed? What are the benefits of an LMS? Who uses an LMS? What features can an LMS offer? How do we decide which LMS is right for us? How do we approach LMS implementation?