Continuing Professional Development: A practical approach
by John Lorriman
The Institution of Engineering and Technology, 1997
eISBN: 978-1-84919-422-8 | Paper: 978-0-85296-903-8
Library of Congress Classification HF5381.L665 1997
Dewey Decimal Classification 620.0023

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ABOUT THIS BOOK

Managing your CPD as a professional engineer.

Are you making the most of your abilities and experience?

This practical guide, designed specifically for engineers and technical professionals, will help you to realise much more of your potential through considered and structured CPD. It will help you to analyse where you wish to take your career, based on the clear identification and ongoing development of your competencies and skills. It explains how to base your CPD not just on courses but also on capturing your day-to-day learning. Details of personal development planning software and other useful resources are given, including how to use the internet and distance learning in your CPD. The role of the professional institutions, and the importance of coaching and mentoring are also discussed.

Through a very readable text, with many practical diagrams and real-life case studies, you will develop a clear understanding of what CPD is and, more importantly, what it could do for you.

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