The Continuous Professional Development Research Project
The Continuous Professional Development Research Project was launched in late 2010 by Amanda Rosewarne with the support of Kingston University Business School. Recognising a lack of independent research within the area of CPD and lifelong learning the project has primarily focussed on exploring three core areas:
- Individual perceptions of CPD
- The effectiveness of CPD schemes and activities
- The organisational benefits of CPD
Online survey findings for the Association of Project Management.
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