Louise Coleman. Society and College of Radiographers. Professional Officer for Education and Accreditation. I’m going to cover…. Bronze award 2015. Innovation in Learning. Drivers for enhancing the planning feature. ID: 599208
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Planned Pathways Through CPD
Society and College of Radiographers
Professional Officer for Education and AccreditationSlide2
I’m going to cover…Slide3
Bronze award 2015
Innovation in LearningSlide4
Drivers for enhancing the planning feature
Members didn’t know what CPD was, or how to do it easily
“CPD” was a barrier
NHS pressures – no CPD time, limited study day funding, staff shortages etc.
HCPC audits since 2009
Planned Pathways – What are they?
Template CPD plans
Created by experts
Good examples of how to “do” CPD
Blend of tasks
Clear when members need to record, reflect and review
Named by a Union Learning RepresentativeSlide6
Reflection as a task, or within a taskSlide7
Mapped to KSF and CPD Now framework outcomesSlide8
Current Planned Pathways
Working with other professionals
Continuing Treatment & RehabilitationSlide9Slide10
“We could use this for…”
Appraisals/Personal Development ReviewsSlide11
Even the “straight from
” members don’t know about CPD planning.
We need to make CPD easy for members, but not do it all for them.
CPD Now Planned Pathways are adaptable and can be used by individual departments.
We don’t have time
to plan CPD.