3 Describe the problem Once a problem has been defined the next step is to

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3. Describe the problem Once a problem has been defined the next step is to describe the problem. The description should include three parts: an identity, a location, and timing. The identity has to do with who or what is involved in the problem. The location describes where the problem is happening, and the timing tells when the problem is 27 | P a g e Figure 8 maintains the training event
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Occurring. 4. Diagnose the problem To diagnose the problem means to find the cause of the problem. This requires careful thinking about the problem description in order to come up with a hypothesis or explanation for the problem. Start by breaking down the information into small pieces. The more simple or basic each detail is, the easier information is to analyze. From here a hypothesis can be formed that explains why the problem is occurring. 5. Test the analysis Once there is a hypothesis for the problem it is time to test the theory. Change something about the diagnosis for the problem. Change situations, places or people. Has the problem been solved? If not, the team needs to go back and formulate a new hypothesis for the problem. This process is repeated until the problems gets solved. 3.1.1 SWOT analysis strengths and weaknesses Strengths Weaknesses Opportunities Threats Great learning & speaking skills(English) great group administration some members great understanding the syllabus poor attendance in the group meeting more idea can bring conflicts all the members motive is produce the target audience members are great attendance the leader thought the school requires more effective outcome from the group the school requires more effective outcome from 28 | P a g e
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team members have great problem solving skill the group 3.2 Applying critical reasoning Figure 9 applying the critical planning 29 | P a g e
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04 Examining the need for Continuing Professional Development (CPD) and its role within the workplace and for higher level learning 4.1 Importance of a Continuing Professional Development 4.1.1 What is CPD? CPD remains for Continuing Professional Development. It alludes to the way toward following and reporting the abilities, learning and experience that you increase both formally and casually as you work, past any underlying preparing. It's a record of what you encounter, realize and after that apply. The term is for the most part used to mean a physical envelope or gathering archiving your advancement as an expert. 4.1.2 Importance of CPD A Continuing Professional Development (CPD) projects can be extremely useful for your vocation. By propelling your insight and abilities, you can be sure that you are working at the best end of your calling. You will be skilled in your part and appreciate a compensating profession. CPD projects can end up being a helpful apparatus when endeavoring to comprehend your qualities and shortcomings inside the work environment. You can center on the particular zones that you have to deal with, empowering you to enhance your aptitudes.[ CITATION the17 \l 1033 ] 4.1.3 Benefits of CPD 1.
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  • Fall '18
  • Hermione Granger
  • CPD, Continuing Professional Development

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