Personal/Professional Development Planning (PDP) Year one Mary McCartney September 2010.

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Slide 1 Personal/Professional Development Planning (PDP) Year one Mary McCartney September 2010 Slide 2 What is PDP? Structured process Supports you in achieving your: Career Educational Professional Personal goals The school will guide you through this process using a number of activities and supports. Slide 3 Why engage in this process? Successful professionals set and achieve clear personal goals As a student you will learn to do this through PDP Helps you utilise QUB supports to best personal advantage Employers will be interested in your WHOLE development as a person Slide 4 continued PDP helps you evidence your strengths How you used your strengths in a variety of contexts Most relevant to you now: supports your progress on this course Slide 5 PDP Process Considering the evidence relating to your progress to date (Reflecting) Deciding on the next steps to take (Planning) Taking those steps (Doing) Monitoring and reviewing your progress as you go (Reviewing) Slide 6 Year 1 PDP Goals 1 PDP Goal Information Goal Title: Develop your independent learning skills Goal Description As a university student you are expected to take responsibility for your own learning. This requires you to make regular and honest appraisals of your own progress to date and to plan your own studies and address most challenges, in terms of your understanding of topics, yourself. Slide 7 Year 1 PDP Goals 2 PDP Goal Information Goal Title: Develop Professional Skills and Attitudes Goal Description: Professional skills are embedded throughout your programme There are important attributes for all who are involved in a nursing role. The code of professional conduct Slide 8 NMC guidance on professional conduct for students Sept 2009 Slide 9 Year 1 PDP Goals 3 Improve your performance in assessments; online exams, written assignments Throughout your course, you shall be expected to cope with a range of assessments. Like any other aspect of your course, you should view these as a learning experience and review your performance in each so that you can; a) Identify your strengths and replicate/build upon them in future. b) Identify areas for development so that you can eliminate them from future performances..10% Year 1 results will contribute to your degree classification Slide 10 PDP E-Folio on QOL Belongs to you My school resources-Learning Development Service link: Time Management Links to university resources Linked to NIPEC E-folio Slide 11 PDP E-folio Homepage Click on PDP E-folio in QOL menu Click on tabs and hyperlinks to access other pages Slide 12 Contacting your Personal Tutor via e-mail Ensure that you click to tick the Personal Tutor that you wish to e-mail (some students may have more than one option) Slide 13 Composing your e-mail Click on Browse to select the file you wish to attach Ensure your title is relevant and clarifies the content or subject for your Personal Tutor Note tone of e-mail is professional And courteous. Also student has identified year group Slide 14 The My School page with link to NIPEC EFolio Slide 15 Slide 16 Slide 17 Slide 18 Support for your IT skills development Student Gateway Click on student guidance tab Then click on IT skills Slide 19 Support for literacy skills development Academic writing skills lecture Submitting to JISC Always use the recommended referencing guide Learning Development Service via PDP my school page Use your study skills book Module preparation for nursing and society assignment -phase 1 Specific issues? Email your personal tutor- DONOT delay Slide 20 literacy: Workshop Feedback form from your assignment Reflection guidance provided Attend level 1 workshop Submit reflection to your personal tutor at phase 2 meeting FEEDBACK - FEEDFORWARD Slide 21 Support for Numeracy skills development Numeracy test Results from personal tutor prior to placement 1 Practice using Numeracy: The Essentials resources for year 1 on PDP my school page regularly Discuss specific issues with personal tutor Attend workshops if score 15 or less. You will be notified by email of these dates Slide 22 Preparation for Practice Module team Record of Achievement and Assessment NMC guidance on professional conduct for students (see Nursing Practice module resources) Discuss concerns with Personal tutor Everyone feels some apprehension Slide 23 Useful Supports General Course issues/anxieties Module specific issues Personal issues/general study issues Contact s.carlisle@qub.ac.uk s.carlisle@qub.ac.uk Discuss with your tutorial group lecturer Email your Personal tutor Slide 24 University supports Library issues; cannot find the book/journal; stuck with reference Managing your money stressing you Contact your friendly nursing librarian Brenda. b.a.allen@qub.ac.uk b.a.allen@qub.ac.uk Receive confidential advice from Debbie in Student Union d.forsey@qub.ac.uk d.forsey@qub.ac.uk Slide 25 University Supports; counselling services Feeling stressed under pressure going through a rough patch Personal tutor is there to listen Confidential student Counselling Service is ready and able to support you. Phone 028 90 97 2774 Workshop phase 2 Slide 26 Occupational Health Any back injury Back pain in placement You must keep occupational health appointments Occupational health appointment required Occupational health must confirm you are fit for placement Non attendance may affect your ability to be in practice 028 9097 5520 Slide 27 Medical or Disability issues Should be reported to the school: Personal tutor Assessment by occupational health and disability services. Notification to school of adjustments required Notification to academic and placement staff required meet NMC requirements to ensure adjustments are made to support you. Slide 28 Individual meetings regarding student support issues for practice Attendance is compulsory This will be part of your personal tutor meeting Slide 29 Organising yourself Consider your time management skills Attendance in class demonstrates professional commitment Create a folder in your H drive for each of your modules to store your notes. Keep your references here using the proper referencing system. This will save you time in the long run and improve your marks Slide 30 Feeling disorganised/not keeping up with the course Talk to your personal tutor Its never too late Remember there are no repeats of modules as there were with A levels Year one results contribute 10% to your degree classification Slide 31 Make sure your voice is heard SSCC reps SSCC meeting 8 December 2010 Slide 32 Enjoy your course ask if you are not sure dont waste time worrying keep up to date with your READING

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