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  1. INDIVIDUAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN (IDP) A quick and simple “how to” guide for Supervisors, managers and employees “Continuous learning is a life-long journey!“

  2. Let’s Discuss Your IDP… • What Is It? • When, Why and How • IDP Form • Supervisor’s Role • Employee’s Role • Additional Information…

  3. What Is It? Page 1 of 2 • An employee/supervisor collaboratively developed document initiated and prepared by the employee’s supervisor • A written plan for developing knowledge, skills, and competency an employee needs or desires • A way to organize and set priorities for learning and development experiences that will help an employee:    Improve their job performance  Manage their career development  Prepare for another job or position  Prepare for increased responsibility

  4. What Is It? Page 2 of 2 IDPs help you… • Identify skill/knowledge requirements of the job • Help to improve your staff’s performance • Reinforce short and long-term goals • Place emphasis on career objectives • Identify necessary resources • Aid in the budget process

  5. When, Why and How When… • IDPs should be prepared for new employees and those who are transferred, promoted, or otherwise experience significant job change • IDPs should be updated annually, concurrent with the annual performance appraisal process Why… • Human Resource development requirement as specified in BUPERS-INST 5300.1, 1710.11 and applicable Program Standards How… • Employee and supervisor collaboratively identify training and certification requirements and needs applicable to the employee’s current job; where the Program is going; and the direction the employee wants to develop

  6. INDIVIDUAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN (IDP) Rec Assistant (Lead Instructor/Lifeguard) Series 0189 - NF2 Fitz, Mark J. 123-45-6789  NAS Anywhere MWR Dept Bldg 450 Hometown, NJ 07777 6 May 2005 30 Sept 2005 – 1 Oct 2006 MWR Managers’ Course – 2nd Qtr Leadership Skills for Managers (LSFM) – 4th Qtr Star Service (CfES) – 1st Qtr Facility Opening / Closing Procedures (OJT) Emergency Procedures (OJT) – 1st Qtr Aquatic Facility Operators (AFO) course Work toward degree requirements at State University – each semester Top half of form…

  7. INDIVIDUAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN (IDP) Renew WSI, WSIT, Lifesaving and CPR certifications as required. Aquatic Facility Operators Instructor Certification – March 2007 Present education/training sessions at NRPA National Aquatics Conference – Annually in March Complete Rec Admin B.S. requirements at State University – Nov 2009 Certified WSI and WSIT Mark Fitz Suzie Boss 20 Sept 2005 20 Sept 2005 NAVPERS 5300/17 (Rev 03-06) Page 3 of 3 Bottom half of form…

  8. Supervisor’s Role Employees should expect your help in: • Understanding the IDP process and its purpose • Identifying their strengths and weaknesses in performing their current work assignments • Pinpointing areas where they could take greater responsibility • Finding possibilities for career progression in their current jobs and work organization • Obtaining access to learning resources • Identifying non-traditional learning opportunities such as coaching, mentoring, self-directed studies, and shadowing • Ensuring completed training is recorded in the employee’s Official Personnel File (OPF)

  9. Employee’s Role Supervisors should expect employees to: • Set goals and objectives that will benefit your organization as well as enhance his or her career • Research ways of meeting personal career goals and enhancing work performance • Evaluate his or her own progress and keep you informed • Ensuring training and certifications are entered in Official Personnel File (OPF)

  10. Additional Information • For more information on Individual Development Plans, check out the MWR Managers’ Desk Reference, Task 6.5 – Train/ Develop Staff • Task 6.5 includes step-by-step procedures, information and examples on: • Solving Performance Problems • Writing Job Aids • Developing and Conducting OJT • Individual Training Records • Cumulative Record of Training (NAVPERS 5300/16) • See “IDP Overview” at http://138.164.10.95/trainingresources/trainingresources.htm

  11. That’s all for now… Your career deserves your attention, now. Is your IDP up-to-date and in use? Suggestions and requests to: Commander, Navy Installations Command (CNIC) F&FR Training Branch, N947 Millington, TN 38055-6540 Com: (901) 874-6727 DSN: 882-6727 helen.turner1@navy.mil