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I'd like to create a set of short-term and long-term goals as relate to professional development. My company currently has a formal process for defining plans as relate to projects and meeting goals within the corporation, but I'm looking for a process or form that I could submit to my supervisor that would detail personal goals over the coming year(s). I expect that these would include professional development goals that align with current enterprise tasks and would allow for budgeting training dollars.

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Main subjects are Continuing professional development (CPD) or Continuing professional education (CPE) is the means by which people maintain their knowledge and skills related to their professional lives.

  1. Find out if your district has a planning format and/or requirements that you should follow
  2. Review the components of good professional development
  3. Ask yourself questions to clarify your goals and begin planning
  4. Use a template to develop your plan
  5. Decide on the activities or strategies you will include in your plan to accomplish your goals
  6. Evaluate your plan
  7. Reflect early and often
  8. Create a portfolio of your accomplishments

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