Principle 6: Learning, Development & Mentoring
Staff will be encouraged to realise their full potential in their role(s) and to continue their personal and professional development. The School actively supports learning and development that offers staff the opportunity to enhance relevant skills and knowledge, thus enhancing their contribution to the School’s activities and their own professional satisfaction and prospects, including using their experience to help and mentor others.
Staff can expect ...
An induction when joining the School or taking on a new role
The School to promote learning and development opportunities and to provide information on learning and development opportunities relevant to the School’s needs
To have a mutually agreed personal development plan to take into account career plans and aims, and to address any areas for improvement
Appropriate support to develop or update their work skills and knowledge
Recognition and support for mentoring of other staff
To take part in regular development reviews
Staff are expected to ...
Participate actively in induction
Participate actively in programmes organised to address School priority areas for improvement
Take responsibility for their own ongoing learning and development
Take responsibility for their own personal development plan
Develop their skills and knowledge in their current role and be flexible in the face of future changes
Use their experience and skills to support and mentor others
Contribute to evaluation of learning/development
Processes, Procedures, Policies