The case for joined up L&D strategy is clearly made out in the LETR final report.
The value of cpd
The Legal Education & Training Review report recognises the need for cpd to provide “intentional, meaningful learning”, not merely a points or hours-based system which is open to abuse. Clearly it is in the interest of practices to know how their regulated staff are using their cpd and to ensure it dovetails with business need. These are the sorts of things that get those expensive business plans implemented. If you have not got an joined up L&D strategy I’d be happy to help.
Good learning practices serve business
The lessons learned from the Work Based Learning (“WBL”) pilot trainee programme are well made; ultimately participants found they had achieved higher levels of learning and were better able to evidence their achievements than their colleagues with traditional traineeships. Seasoned practitioners would do well to think-on about this. The skills involved in making WBL work will serve your business; it supports collaborative working, communication, cross-selling… all that good stuff that needs a bit of planning and some confidence in order to gain momentum .
Learning “every day”
The use of WBL is endorsed and its relevance post-qualification is highlighted. Clearly, when legal professionals learn at their desks every day, there should be mechanisms for capturing and formalising that learning. I have done a lot of work on WBL, so if you want to talk about this, L&D strategy or any other professional development matter, do call me on 07799 237479 or email email@example.com
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