The Concept and Importance of Continuous Professional Development (Cpd)
1) Concept of CPD:
CPD in other words known as Continuous Development, this is because the development of professional people increasing day by day and there is no end in 21st century. Due to Global competition the number of professionals increasing day by day, Clients is ever more aware of their rights and the levels of quality that they demand are continuously rising. Latest technology offers many advance and new methods of working. This latest technology becomes the source of developing a commitment to new methods of learning and, in particular, to Continuing Professional/Personal Development.
Continuous development of Professionals is increasingly recognizing the …show more content…
Identify at least 3 users of HR services within an organization and for each user list at least 2 key needs and explain how conflicting needs can be prioritized effectively.
After the identification the three different users could be the people who work within an organization in HR. For example Learning & Development, Pay & Benefits and Employee Services
1) Pay & Benefits:
The users of HR should assess their Compensation and Benefits program awarded by the organization, and redesign where necessary for continuous professional development
Measure and Link the success of those programs which tailor Compensation & Benefits programs to organizational goals and strategy and hence in continuous professional development
Try to work more effectively with all of organizational stakeholders including internal and external, and try to get the support from HR in order to meet their demands
2) Learning & Development:
The first and most important need of learning and development is to check the actual performance of your organizations and your people against existing standards, or to set new standards.
The first need of Learning and Development should have produced a big list of needs and development of employees for their carrier development, job security, training and development, their interventions development and organization development. Now the HR Managers and other