Professional Practice: Personal Development Plan and Continuous Professional Development
Professionals should create a personal development plan for self-analysis, reflection, and the assessment of strengths and shortcomings in order to properly prepare for their future career path.
The procedure offers crucial data for comprehending the profession’s current abilities and knowledge as well as for identifying potential future development areas.
Additionally, planning creates a route that governs the way of future development and progress (Cottrell, 2015).
For chartered members to be able to meet the demands of their jobs and the high standards of practice, professional development is essential.
People should conduct a self-analysis and evaluation of strengths and shortcomings to determine their current knowledge status as they make plans for their future professional progress, even though they may feel ready for practice.
Activity: Continuous Professional Development
Learning Period Reference to PDP 1 Nuclear Engineering Undergraduate Radiation Protection Course April, 2011 Five Years
October 2019, 2 Postgraduate Course in Environmental Management
1 year \s1&2
Activities for CPD Development, Table 1
I’ve acquired expertise in risk management that I can put to use in an environmental organization.
I have completed a five-year nuclear engineering undergraduate program (Radiation Protection).
I now possess the information necessary to work in a setting that deals with radiation protection risk management.
I’ve started taking a post-graduate course in environmental management.
I’ve received the education and training necessary to start working.
As I get ready to work in, I do intend to keep learning to gain more insight into the two fields, though.