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Planning Education to Planning PracticeAn Employer’s PerspectiveGraham StallwoodRoyal Borough of Windsor & Maidenhead 15th January 2008


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Personal attributes

Ability to work as part of a team

Organised

Able to analyse, balance and assess

Customer focus

Integrity/loyalty

Flexibility

Does not lose sight of aims

Adaptable and able to learn

Ability to work on own

Committed to on-going learning

Ability to build relationships and partnerships

Ability to communicate

Ability to find innovative solutions

Ability to influence and negotiate

Challenges

Passion and belief


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Knowledge and skills attributes

Design and spatial appreciation

Project management

Planning outside the UK

Principles of spatial interaction

Appreciation of other professions related to specialism

IT literacy

History and development of planning

Statistical analysis

Understands development industry

Political awareness

Why planning is important

Knowledge of specialism

Understands local government

Planning in the UK


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Reality


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Personal attributes

Ability to work as part of a team

Organised

Able to analyse, balance and assess

Customer focus

Integrity/loyalty

Flexibility

Does not lose sight of aims

Adaptable and able to learn

Ability to work on own

Committed to on-going learning

Ability to build relationships and partnerships

Ability to communicate

Ability to find innovative solutions

Ability to influence and negotiate

Challenges

Passion and belief


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Knowledge and skills attributes

Design and spatial appreciation

Project management

Planning outside the UK

Principles of spatial interaction

Appreciation of other professions related to specialism

IT literacy

History and development of planning

Statistical analysis

Understands development industry

Why planning is important

Political awareness

Knowledge of specialism

Understands local government

Planning in the UK


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Present day – positives

Ability to work as part of a team

Principles of spatial interaction

Able to analyse, balance and assess

Appreciation of other professions related to specialism

Ability to work on own

IT literacy

Committed to on-going learning

Statistical analysis

Ability to build relationships and partnerships

Why planning is important

Knowledge of specialism

History and development of planning

Planning in the UK


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Present day – less positive

Design and spatial appreciation

Project management

Planning outside the UK

Understands local government

Does not lose sight of aims

Understands development industry

Customer focus

Challenges

Ability to communicate

Ability to influence and negotiate

Passion and belief

Political awareness


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The future – assumptions (1)

Further broadness to the profession

Increased pressure to innovate and learn

Blurring of disciplinary boundaries, yet increased use of specialisms

Pressure to show what planning can deliver

Climate change agenda


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The future – assumptions (2)

Increased community expectations against disputed leadership in society

Increasingly educated and independent society – concept that planners know best has gone

Change will continue to be fast and lifelong learning paramount

Increased project management role

Continued growth of private sector


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The future – what we will need (1)

Increased need for recognition of specialisms and on-going ability obtain

Increased partnership between planning schools and employers

Improved design and structural knowledge

Improved knowledge of industry workings – public and private

Skills - project management/budgets


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The future – what we will need (2)

Communication, influencing and negotiating skills to those at all levels of society

Early exposure and engagement with other related professions

Instill concept of lifelong learning

A profession reflecting diversity of the communities for whom we plan

Culture of challenge


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