CPD Tools for HE Professionals
Friday, 15 December 2017 | 10:00 to 16:30 | The Wesley Hotel, London
Members: £120+VAT | Non members: £220+VAT
Interested in this event? Take a look at our Introduction to Higher Education event which we run the previous day.
Can’t make these dates? This event will run again in Manchester on Friday, 15 June 2018 and in London on Friday, 7 December 2018.
This day introduces you to the AUA Continuing Professional Development Framework and offers tools and techniques to manage your future professional career development. The day focuses particularly on the professional behaviours which enable you to work effectively with others and in teams, and the behaviours required to deliver quality service. Time will be used to consider the steps to take to maximise opportunities for career progression and resources that are available to support this.
Who is it for?
This is a practical, hands-on workshop and is primarily aimed at early career professional HE administrators.
Understanding the role and context of Professional Services in HE
Developing effective professional behaviours: introducing the AUA CPD Framework
Career planning and development: tools, models and ideas
Continuous personal and professional development, what does it mean?
Reviewing your current approaches and goals for the future
- Develop a greater understanding of the AUA’s CPD Framework and its relevance to your own area of work and institution
- Reflect on your current approaches to CPD and career development
- Practice applying CPD tools and techniques
What Professional Behaviours will I develop?
Who will be speaking?
Jan Shine FAUA, People Development Consultant, Paullus People Development
Jan Shine is an experienced people developer, manager, coach and HR specialist. Her wealth of experience in HE has been gained through a successful professional services career at the Open University and in the last 10 years providing HE consultancy services through her business, Paullus People Development.
John Ryan MBE FAUA
John has worked in higher education management and administration for 36 years, holding a variety of positions at four universities. He headed the administration at the University of Worcester from 2000 until his retirement in July 2015, and for the last three years of this period John held the position of University Secretary and Pro Vice Chancellor (Students). John was awarded an MBE in 2014 for services to higher education, and a lifetime achievement award by the AUA in 2015.