Evidence Log Sheet Evidence Brief No. of pages of CPD Standard (Article/Certificate) Description of evidence Met event CPD Examples Work based learning: · Organising journal clubs or other specialist groups · Learning by doing · Maintaining or developing specialist skills · Case studies (for example, musical skills) · Reflective practice · Being an expert witness · Clinical audit · Membership of other professional bodies · Coaching from others or groups · Discussions with colleagues · Giving presentations at conferences · Peer review · Organising accredited courses · Gaining, and learning from, experience · Supervising research · Involvement in wider work of employer (for · Being a national assessor example, being a representative on a · Being promoted committee) · Work shadowing Formal / educational · Secondments · Job rotation · Courses · Journal club · Further education · In-service training · Research · Supervising staff or students · Attending conferences · Visiting other departments and reporting · Writing articles or papers back · Going to seminars · Expanding your role · Distance learning · Analysing significant events · Courses accredited by professional body · Filling in self-assessment questionnaires · Planning or running a course · Project work or project management · Evidence of learning activities undertaken Self-directed learning as part of your progression on the Knowledge and Skills Framework · Reading journals/articles · Reviewing books or articles Professional activity · Updating knowledge through the internet or TV · Involvement in a professional body · Keeping a file of your progress · Membership of a specialist interest group · Lecturing or teaching Other · Mentoring · Being an examiner · Public service · Being a tutor · Voluntary work · Branch meetings · Courses CPD Standards } Maintain a continuous, up-to-date and accurate record of their CPD activities } Demonstrate that their CPD activities are a mixture of learning activities relevant to current or future practice; } Seek to ensure that their CPD has contributed to the quality of their practice and service delivery; } Seek to ensure that their CPD benefits the service user; and } Present a written profile containing evidence of their CPD upon request. Standard 1 Main question: } Does your evidence include a summary sheet of all your CPD activities? Standard 2 Main questions: } What different types of learning activity have you undertaken? } How is your CPD relevant to your work? } What parts of your role are affected by your CPD? } How did you identify your learning needs? } How did you decide on what CPD activities to undertake? } How did you make sure your mix of CPD activities is appropriate to meet your needs? } How has the mixture of learning activities been relevant to your current or future work? Standard 3 & 4 } How have you updated your knowledge and skills over the past two years? } How has this learning affected how you work? } How has your learning benefited your service users? } How does your learning relate to your ability to work safely, effectively and legally? } How does your professional development relate to your changing work? } What aspects of your work have changed as a result of your CPD? Standard 5 } By filling in your CPD profile (if you are audited) and sending it to us on time, you are showing that you meet this standard. Post Training Review Form Use this form after every CPD event to record you activity. By completing this form after each activity will help you when it comes to write your statement of how you have met the standards in your CPD portfolio. Event: Date: Speaker: Presentation/Workshop/Article Title: Evidence gained: (Certificate/notes/article) What are the key learning points you gained? How do you plan to use this learning and what will you do differently in your working practice? Who will benefit from this knowledge, i.e: Yourself, Client?
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