This section provides you with a range of forms which you can select from and use to record your learning. The forms can be downloaded as a word file, then. Record the activity you have undertaken to address your learning and development needs; Evaluating your learning and development activity will help you. As well as recording your attainment of competencies in your ePortfolio, completing a sufficient number of formal workplace-based assessments (WPBAs) and.
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This done at random, on a subset of members, and if you are selected for CPD monitoring, you are able to submit your evidence using Echo, either by uploading files or choosing entries from your CPD record.
No, as a professional development tool, access to Echo is only available to corporate membership grades Associate Member, Member and Fellow , which are matched to your level of experience as working professional in marine engineering, science or technology. If you are an Affiliate Member, but working as a marine professional, please consider upgrading your membership to a relevant grade in order to gain access to Echo. No, as a professional development tool specifically to support its members working in marine engineering, science or technology around the world, Echo is only available to its corporate membership grades Associate Member, Member and Fellow.
If you are working as a marine professional, please consider joining the Institute. Once you have done this, please contact requesting access to Echo. They will then notify you once your access has been enabled. Please use the Echo Support group on Nexus , which can be used for assistance and feedback. Alternatively you can email. CPD encompasses any activities which contribute to your continuing professional development. It could be informal learning through working life and interaction with other people, or structured activities such as courses, distance learning programmes, private study, preparation of papers and presentations, mentoring, involvement in professional body activities, reading, watching IMarEST TV or volunteering.
But really, any activity that you have found valuable in maintaining and enhancing your competence can be considered as contributing to your CPD. It is also mandatory through Engineering Council and Science Council requirements that you regularly record your CPD activities and personal reflections and that you can produce a sample of your records on request.
You can select the type of activity and enter details about it, attach files or upload images as evidence, and add your reflections before submitting to your CPD record. If you are randomly selected for CPD monitoring, you can then submit your evidence using Echo, either by uploading files or choosing entries from your CPD record. Yes, Echo has been specifically developed to make CPD monitoring easy. If you are selected for CPD monitoring you can submit your evidence using Echo, either by uploading files or choosing entries from your CPD record.
Echo provides you with a growing library of relevant learning and development content. Materials can be tailored to your needs or interests and can be downloaded for offline access on the IMarEST Echo app.
A key outcome of reflection is to identify personal learning tools based on your reflection and develop your own learning plan to help you achieve this. This may involve you examining often firmly held beliefs about your practice and learning to accept they may have ben wrong. You will need to discuss this with your Educational Supervisor and possibly with other senior doctors involved in the case.
You should also record any complications that arise from the procedures you perform. You need to provide evidence of a successfully completed QI project at each annual assessment. Failure to do so may hold up progress to the next year of training. You need to keep copies of all presentations, case reports and peer-reviewed papers in your ePortfolio , as well as details of any periods of research.
There is a form in your ePortfolio for summarising details of journals published in peer-reviewed journals. Toggle navigation Other pages in this section. These skills and experience include:
Recording and evaluating your learning and development activity
What can you do to help you develop your skills and prospects? Where can you find the support to help you? These are some of the questions this handbook. It is important that research students on PhD, MD, PsyD, and MPhil programmes keep a running record of all the skills and development activities that they. All CIMA members are required to record their professional development. As a minimum your record needs to follow the six steps of the CIMA professional.