Continuing Professional Development: Evaluation of Good Practice
Continuing Professional Development: Evaluation of Good Practice (2002)

M Phillips, I Cruickshank & A Friedman (2002)

This book addresses the fundamental question: "What is good practice in CPD?"

It includes a detailed analysis of the CPD schemes of four professional bodies, covering the implementation process, definition, policy type, measurement, sanctions, incentives, monitoring, guidelines, support and outreach.

It identifies and analyses five criteria of good practice: clarity, consistency, reflection, suitability and perspective. It also provides examples of ways in which the evaluation criteria can be applied.

This is a useful resource for professional associations to facilitate self reflection and evaluation of their CPD policies and programmes.

The research behind the book was funded by the Department of Education and Skills.


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