RPP Guidance Documents and Availability - update 9th August 2011

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Posted by APM on 9th Aug 2011

 

THE LATEST VERSION OF ALL DOCUMENTS CAN NOW BE FOUND THE ARTICLE "CENTRAL REPOSITORY FOR ALL RPP DOCUMENTS"  

I am pleased to release the latest versions of RPP documents: please use these lastest versions until further updates are made. (N.B. at this stage, Initial Review is an internal process and the documents are included below for your reference only)

The guidance documents (attached below) are:

RPP Initial Review Standards and Guidance

RPP Initial Review Report Form

RPP Portfolio Assessment Marking Scheme and Report

Sample of good - minimum RPP Portfolio Assessment Report

RPP Portfolio Assessment Standards and Guidance

RPP Professional Review Report

RPP Professional Review Assessor Prep Form

RPP Professional Review Standards and Guidance

Click here link to the RPP Competences: http://www.apm.org.uk/sites/default/files/protected/RPP%20Competences%20v1.1.pdf

Thank you for your patience while these documents have been finalised. The Verification process is still under review but will be added as soon as we have finalised versions. At that point I will also issue binders containing hard copies of all documents.    

AVAILABILITY

It is vitally important that you continue to update Andrea on your availability for Portfolio Assessments and Professional Reviews on an ongoing basis. Without this, we run the risk of sending you Portfolio Assessments when you cannot accept them, or passing you over for Professional Reviews. Thank you for your co-operation.   

 

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