Tag Archives: CPD
Five Tips for Developing an Effective CPD A3 PlanLCS CPD assessor John Homewood has listed these five tips, based on frequent responses to CPD practitioners who have submitted A3 plans for approval. 1. Add Completion or Aim Dates Ensure that you add completion or aim dates to your Countermeasures to work towards. These will help you timetable and... Read More
What’s Your Vision?Introduction Your personal vision statement guides your life and provides the direction necessary to chart the course of your days and the choices you make about your career, life, and family. The A3 personal development plan that is a core component of LCS Continuing Professional Development includes the section Background... Read More
So, you are invested in continuous improvement – but how do you keep yourself accountable?“Without continuous personal development, you are now all that you will ever become.” Those of us familiar with lean are inherently inclined to look for methods of continuous improvement, but how often do we follow a structured approach of improvement when it comes to enhancing our own personal skills and... Read More
The Benefits of LCS CPDJust over a year ago I was looking to win a new contract for work and I was asked the question which I am sure is familiar to most in this line of work……… ‘Give me a recent example of where you have delivered change successfully?’ It was about the... Read More
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