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FREE Online CDP Webinar


We've teamed up with People Projects to bring you a range of online CPD events for Tutors, Assessors & Managers.

To give you a taste of the CDP sessions we're giving you access to a FREE 30 minute session on Agreeing Effective Goals / Targets During Learner Progress Reviews which will take place on the 26th of October at 3pm.

All you have to do to register is simply email your name and contact details to


About the event - Ofsted have made clear how important it is that learners learn and make progress, and that learners understand what progress they are making. In this session we will look at how effective practice in target / goal development, helps drive learner progress, and learner recognition of their achievement.

Learning Outcomes -

Aim: To help participants develop their understanding of how to develop SMART targets and goals in Learner Progress Reviews.

Outcomes: By end of the webinar participants should be able, or better able to describe and explain

  • the importance of target ownership and the consequences of not achieving ownership

  • the characteristics of well written targets

  • the use of mini action plans to aid target achievement.

Target Audience

This session is designed for practitioners looking to improve their target and goal setting ability, and managers with staff CPD responsibilities looking for new ideas for internal CPD events.

Learning Process

The webinar will be a highly interactive experience. All participants will be asked to respond to questions, to complete learning tasks, and to share ideas and experiences with others in the group.

About the facilitator Sean Errington - Sean has been involved in Learning Provider staff CPD delivery since 2002. He has worked with a wide range of organisations to develop staff and manager capability. He has worked in the post 16 learning sector since 1981, but also has experience in teaching in schools and post graduate education. In addition to teaching and training, Sean also worked for 3 years for the organisation now called Ofqual, and for various education Inspectorates as an additional inspector from 1998 to 2014.

Sean Errington, Managing Director / Senior Consultant, People Projects

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