Your Personal Development – for Health and Social Care

Your Personal Development – for Health and Social Care

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Updated Aug 26, 2019

Course Overview

If you’re planning to further your career in health and social care, some upskilling from time to time might be required. Having a personal development plan (PDP) in place allows you to identify where you want to be and how you can achieve it.

This course uses case studies, personal development plan examples and videos to show you how to set workplace goals, expand your core skills and discover what you can gain from supervision and feedback.

It’s the difference between just going to work each day – and having a career plan which could see you go places!

Target Audience

This course is aimed at all members of staff in healthcare support roles. If you’re looking to create a care assistant personal development plan, health care personal development plan or nursing personal development plan, this course is ideal for you. It’s also useful for HR professionals managing or overseeing PDP activities.

Learning Objectives

Once you’ve completed this course, you’ll have a knowledge of:

  • How to create a Personal Development Plan (PDP)
  • How an NHS personal development review works
  • The purpose of supervision and appraisal
  • What core skills are and how to improve them
  • How to receive feedback