Your Personal Development – for Health and Social Care
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!
All of our courses have been independently accredited as conforming to Continuing Professional Development (CPD) guidelines.
All our courses are accessed through Blue LMS, Me Learning’s own Learning Management System.
Talk to us about how Blue LMS can help you monitor, track and report on your learners.
Purchases of 10 or more courses will automatically recieve a 10% discount at checkout. We also offer discounts to charities and organisations looking to buy licenses in bulk. Contact us for more information.
4 reviews for Your Personal Development – for Health and Social Care
Informative and thought provoking – very beneficial.
I liked the fact that there were different case examples. It put a face to various predicaments and possible solutions
Good mix of interactive questions and video clips
Question after question the course is encouraging the learn to go on till the end, I enjoyed it.
Easy to follow learning program which offers a pace suitable for individuals.
This course is very informative and I thoroughly enjoyed it, I shall definitely like to do more of related courses.
The course was educative and straight to the point. It was well presented.
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