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Mentoring and Recognising: an initial and continuing development day

Location:
Woburn House Conference Centre, London WC1H
Date(s):
19 April 2010 00:00

Audience

Are you…·

  • a programme leader of a SEDA-recognised programme?
  • interested in becomin a SEDA recogniser or mentor?
  • interested in learning more about SEDA recognition of programmes?
  • already involved in professional development framework (PDF) recognising or mentoring for SEDA but have not been active in the last 2 years?  

If so, this workshop is for you.

SEDA-PDF provides a framework of 16 awards for continuing professional development, each using specific outcomes to address a wide range of activities and roles within institutions.  Each award is associated with a specialist development community.  SEDA provides support to PDF-recognised institutions and programmes through its community of PDF practitioners.

Aims of the Workshop      

  • To acquaint those interested and current recognisers and mentors with the processes around SEDA-PDF recognition, which have been updated·      
  • To familiarise new and existing recognisers and mentors with the outcomes and focus of a growing number of awards·      
  • To share experience and build confidence in being an effective recogniser or mentor·      
  • To develop relationships across the SEDA-PDF support community.

Proposed Programme  

  • Introduction to participants and the Award Framework·      
  • SEDA-PDF and the national Professional Standards Framework·      
  • What is Recognising and Mentoring?·      
  • What is a Recognition Event?·     
  • Exploration of practicalities of recognition and mentoring·      
  • Group activities around individual awards·      
  • Review and Action Planning


The cost for this event is £40, including lunch.

Website:
http://www.seda.ac.uk/?p=14_2&e=406

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