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improve management of CPD

Just as in the other themes, there is a lack of management training that would contribute to effective support for staff to continue professional development. Most industries have effective methods for ensuring that CPD is managed effectively and these are linked to supervision, reflective practice, work performance evaluation, and the design of roles to fit needs, all of which require capable and consistent management strategies, rather than reactive and disjointed initiatives.  There also needs to be coordination between the various agencies such as HEE, CQC etc to identify some priorities for training that should prevail across all HSC. 

How does your employer help you to develop your skills or career?

What would you like to happen to enable you to develop your skills and career more?

edited on Nov 2, 2018 by Isabel DHSC

Adam DHSC 1 month ago

Dear Eleanor,

Thanks for your thoughtful comments. You will see that Rosemary Smart also discusses the lack of training in leadership and management: https://dhscworkforce.crowdicity.com/post/603961 and Matt Hancock replied.

Please continue to contribute your ideas to the converation.

Adam

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