What does PDP mean to you? Personal Development Planning, Professional Development Planning or Painful Development Planning! Presented by: Monica Or Student Presenters: Darren Garwood and Rebecca Fong Westminster Kingsway college
PDP and Tutorials on the FdA Hospitality Management Programme Personal Development Planning and Study Skills Learning From Work (day release / distance learning) Professional Development (full-time) Tutorials Online blogs
PDP and Tutorials Online
IQER Student Survey Results 76% agreed they review their PDP on their own and plans include academic objectives, personal objectives, career development and employability objectives, grade targets, study skills, language / writing skills, professional and personal skills 86% find out about progress from grades and electronic feedback from tutors 78% felt they had an accurate picture of how they are progressing on the course 80% agreed PDPs helped them to focus on what they needed to do to improve performance 82% said they would continue with PDP after finishing the course
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So from what youve seen is PDP a)Personal Development Planning b)Professional Development Planning c)Pain free (not painful) Development Planning Answer: All of the above Any Questions?