UNIT 2: INTRODUCTION TO PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT IN HEALTH, SOCIAL CARE OR CHILDREN’S AND YOUNG PEOPLE’S SETTINGS
Personal development planning involves reaction; knowing the skills you have, the knowledge you have and what areas you need to improve on as well as what is your strengths and what about you that could improve.
You then have to plan with your manager how you want to progress in your job, what areas you want training on, want to learn more about, need to improve on and develop. You discuss and agree this together so that you can learn, review and plan for your own development.
Personal development will help you focus on areas you want to work on, areas you need to develop in and what you want to achieve and where you want to be. You can then reflect on what you have learnt and how you have applied this knowledge to your work and review this every time you meet your manager, service users other colleagues and others you work with can be involve. “For example I have an NVQ assessor who assesses my learning and development needs and supports me in showing them, my deputy meets with me in regular supervisions, colleagues give me feedback on what I have done well and what I need to improve on”
USE THE FORM BELOW DO DRAW UP A PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN