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Learning Log For New Starters


Hello everyone

I am in the process of putting together a 'learning log' for new starters. I am thinking of something along the lines of a document where they can record and review what has been learnt in their first few weeks and when they meet with their line managers for a review of the training so far they have something to refer to.
I have a few ideas - but I was wondering if anyone else had put something similar together and would be willing to share ideas for the content.

Thanks very much.
Lucy Sleigh

One Response

  1. Devising a learning log
    If there are NVQ standards for your particular area of need then I recommend you distill the evidence and knowledge requirements into a Skill Scan against which you can add columns for Can Do, Not confident and Can’t Do. I have examples for Mentoring and Business Administration if you’d like to see them. NVQ standards can be viwed by going into any of the awarding body sites. I am accreditted, so biased towards OCR, whic I think is a user friendly web site


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