This personal development report reflects upon my learning experiences and outcomes during my first year at Nottingham Treat university. It alms to document the ways In which I have developed and areas for further consideration as part of a continual learning process. The report will be structured around 5 main areas as shown below 1. Placing learning on BAM within the wider context of lifelong learning 2. Taking personal responsibility for career planning 3. Taking personal responsibility for the learning process 4. Valuing the importance of developing personal effectiveness 5.
Demonstrating an enquiring mind I have also looked at how all this learning at university relates and fits wealth a wider context of lifelong learning. Conclusions and recommendations for what I am going to do to improve in the months from May 2001 to 2002 are based on the areas I have mentioned in the above. I will do this in the form off Personal Development Plan using the smart objectives as follows: (Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Related to overall life-long goals and set over a Time period), I have made conclusions of the development plans, which have concentrated both on Core Transferable skills and also some softer skills.
Introduction 1 . My Learning At university Within A Wider Context Of Lifelong Learning 1. 1 The concept of lifelong learning The concept of lifelong learning is as relevant now as It has ever been, with the traditional Job for life being replaced by shorter periods of work for different firms requiring essentially the same skills and qualities in employees. Therefore the ability for these skills to be transferable Is very important. To develop these skills therefore is extremely important with many employers putting greater emphasis upon these core skills and less emphasis upon pacific skills.