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Making the Most of Continuing Professional Development. Deb Hearle, Roe Morris, Petrena Salmon, Sarah Lawson, Tracey Polglase Cardiff University and Glyndwr University. Aims of Session. Discuss the meaning of Continuing Professional Development (CPD)

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making the most of continuing professional development

Making the Most of Continuing Professional Development

Deb Hearle, Roe Morris, Petrena Salmon,

Sarah Lawson, Tracey Polglase

Cardiff University and Glyndwr University

aims of session
Aims of Session
  • Discuss the meaning of Continuing Professional Development (CPD)
  • Explore the ways to identify development needs and ways to action and record them
  • Evaluate the application of the TRAMM model
  • Identify if and how this model can be introduced in the workplace
definition of cpd
Definition of CPD
  • ‘activities pursued by health care professionals to enhance knowledge and extend their professional expertise’ (White 2005 p196)
  • ‘a continuing learning process that complements formal undergraduate and postgraduate education and training… to maintain and improve their standards across all areas of their practice’ (GMC 2009 p1)
  • ‘developing and improving the quality of your work. It happens as a result of professional learning, which can take place in a wide range of circumstances, both formal and informal’ (TeacherNet 2010 p1)
a ctivities and a ction
Activities and Action
  • Attending Conferences and Courses
  • Workshops
  • Beyond Mandatory and Specialist Training
  • Learning from colleagues Talk and Tell
  • Research Current Projects
  • Reading Journals
  • Planned in Advance
  • Accreditation and Revalidation
  • Reflection
  • Higher Education
  • External Examining
origin of tramm
Origin of TRAMM
  • Developed in 2008 by a group of students, following a critical analysis of other models.
  • Evaluated at student Conference and developed further.
  • Applied by participants to structure CPD and evaluate its effectiveness.
tramm overview
TRAMM Overview
  • Provides a framework to facilitate an individual’s journey through CPD
  • Provides a framework to structure CPD within an organisation
  • Designed to encourage professionals to plan, record and share their CPD
  • Offers a process that reflects the way individuals learn, absorb and apply a new experience
the 5 stations
The 5 Stations

T–Talk/Tell

R – Research, Review & Record

A – Activity/Action

M – Monitor/Mentor

M – Measure

talk and tell
Talk and Tell
  • Informal/Formal Discussions
  • Supervision
  • Disseminating Information
  • Facilitating Training Sessions
  • Presentations
  • Journal Club
  • Peer Supervision
  • Annual Appraisals/IPR/PDR
r esearch r eview r ecord
Research, Review & Record
  • Current Evidence Based Practice
  • Publications
  • Service Evaluation
  • Audit
  • Reflection – Verbal/Written
  • Learning Contracts
  • CPD Record Sheet
  • Annual Appraisals/IPA/PDR
  • Portfolio
  • Induction Material
  • Information Leaflets
  • Curriculum Vitae
exercise 4
Differences between Monitoring and Reviewing

Roles of Manager Mentor & Supervisor

Exercise 4
m onitor and m entor
Monitor and Mentor
  • Formal/Informal Mentorship
  • Supervision
  • Establishing Development Plans
  • Competences
  • Meetings
  • Managing
  • Performance Indicators
  • Formative Assessment
m easure
Measure
  • Specific Individualised Goals
  • Informal Education Opportunities
  • Performance Indicators
  • Letters of Commendation
  • Standards of Proficiency
  • Skill Acquisition and Improvement
  • Applied Knowledge
  • Audit
  • Outcome Measures
  • Research
exercise 6
Web-based version

Measure

Application by individual and organisation

Exercise 6
key points conclusion
Key Points/Conclusion

CPD is a personal journey

The TRAMM model provides the transport for both individual and organisation

references
References

General Medical Council (2009) What is Continuing Professional Development? Available at:http://www.gmc-uk.org/education/continuing_professional_development/cpd_guidence.asp [Accessed 16th March 2010].

TeacherNet (2010) What Does CPD Mean? Available at: http://www.teachernet.gov.uk/cpdtool/?pageID=54 [Accessed 16th March 2010]. White (2005) Continuing Professional Development: the impact of the College of Occupational Therapists’ Standard on Dedicated Time. British Journal of Occupational Therapy 65 (5) 196 -201.