In this article we will take a look at some great ways to improve professionally, and how to go from average to superb. A structured approach to CPD will lead to incremental improvements in your career success as well as taking the ambiguity out of completing required and voluntary evidence.
In a hectic world, it is common to feel as if you are unhappy or in need of self-fulfillment. Maybe you feel as if you do not have enough material wealth, or your relationships are not as you desire them to be. You may easily catch yourself wondering, “If I just had this, I would feel happy”.
The truth is, self-fulfillment does not always come from material things. Continue reading
This is the fourth and last blog in our series, where we consider our wellbeing to continue our education on mental health.
Wellbeing is where an individual realises his or her own potential, can cope with everyday stresses securely, work productively and is able to make
This is the second instalment in our four part blog series where we delve into everyday stresses and help you understand how CPD can help alleviate them. Continue reading
As this week is ‘Mental Health Awareness’ week, we thought we would share our expertise on how continuing professional development can help combat mental health issues that arise with things that happen on an everyday basis. Do you need a digital detox? Continue reading
What is Reflective Practice?
It may seem strange to consider reflection as a skill, however when you consider that it is an active process, that requires effort and practice, it will change your perception from seeing reflection as a surface level reaction to a more considered and deeper thought process that really is a skill that should be developed. Continue reading
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