Unit 1 (4dep) Activity 3 Essay
Unit 1 (4DEP) – Developing Yourself as an Effective Human Resources Practitioner
Activity 3 – Ability to reflect on own practice and development needs and maintain a plan for personal development
Assessment Activity – 4DEP-F301A-(HR)
Issued in September 2013
Name: To be inserted
CIPD No: To be inserted
Ability to reflect on own practice and development needs and maintain a plan for personal development 3 Self-assessment against the CIPD Associate Membership Criteria –AC3.2 3 Development Plan and Records – AC3.4 3 Definition and Importance of Continuing Professional Development – AC3.1 3 Discussion with the Tutor (Optional) –AC3.1 4 Development Options for meeting my CPD needs …show more content…
Introductory sentence explaining that there are many different ways of meeting your CPD needs.
You will have an opportunity to consider your “learning style” through a version of the Honey-Mumford “Learning Styles Questionnaire” and the VARK online questionnaire (VARK stands for visual, auditory, read/write and kinaesthetic learning).
You can summarise the evidence and commenting on whether you agree or disagree with the results. Does it actually affect your development options. (Remember, you are already doing one – the CHRP course at College).
Appendix A – Development plan and records
Development Plan – 1 September 2013 to 31 August 2014 What do I want or need to learn | What will I do to achieve this? | What resources or support will I need? | What will my success criteria be? | Target dates for review and completion | I need to develop my professional skills in HR practice and prepare for Associate Membership of the CIPD | Enrol on the Certificate in HR Practice course at the local FE College | I will need support from the College, my employers and my family and friends | Achievement of the Certificate at the end of the course | The course will be completed at the end of June 2014 | I need to develop the skills to undertake a disciplinary procedure | Shadow current HR members undertaking disciplinaries and ask