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Review Development Progress
If the activity is planned to take place over a period of time, e.g. a college course or project, regular reviews should be held to check that the job holder is able to apply the learning. Any review should address the following questions:
* Have the learning objectives been achieved?
* What extra benefits have been gained? (Quantify if possible.)
* To what extent are the new skills and competencies being applied?
* What further related learning activity is recommended? (This is particularly important if none or only some of the original objectives were met.)

The line manager and job holder should both keep copies of the development plan for review.

It is also important to remember that development needs may alter if the employee’s role or the business needs change.

Many businesses plan and implement staff development, but forget that without reviewing the learning that has occurred, they risk not identifying and applying other benefits that may have resulted from the activity.
Posted on 19 Nov 2016


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