22 June 2017: The Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC) have launched the revised Continuing Professional Development and your Registration (2017) document. 

In 2016: Our poster Are you and your team really engaging in Continuing Professional Development was presented at the 40th College of Occupational Therapists Annual Conference  in Harrogate in June 2016 and in November 2016 at the School of Healthcare Sciences PGR Symposium at Cardiff University. We are very happy to have received the award for Best Poster Presentation at both. There is additional information regarding CPD engagement available for you to download

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The TRAMm Model for Continuing Professional Development (CPD), The TRAMm Tracker, TRAMm Trail, TRAMmCPD by Sarah Lawson; Deb Hearle; Roe Morris is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.

June 2017: Many thanks to everyone who came and engaged in our workshop at the Royal College of Occupational Therapists Annual Conference (RCOT) CPD is more than the HCPC audit. How to Strategically Manage your Continuing Professional Development (p6) with special thanks to Dr Stephanie Tempest from RCOT who co-facilitated with us and introduced attendees to the new Career Development Framework due to be launched in Autumn 2017

Welcome to the TRAMm Model for CPD. 

TRAMm - Talk, Record, Activities, Monitor and measure 

The TRAMm Model for Continuing Professional Development (CPD) 

September 2017: The Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC) have launched their new Guidance on Social Media (2017) a must read for all health and social care registrants who use social media.  

On 11 July 2017: Sarah hosted #OTalk on Twitter, based on our workshop at the Royal College of Occupational Therapists' Annual Conference CPD is more than the HCPC Audit you can read the pre-chat blog here

CPD is a personal and subjective journey, as well as a professional responsibility and mandatory requirement. In order to be effective you need to Tell others, Record and apply what you have learnt through your CPD ActivitiesMonitor your progress and measure the impact. The TRAMm Model, TRAMm Tracker and TRAMm Trail, collectively known as TRAMmCPD, provide health and social care professionals with a framework to facilitate the journey through Continuing Professional Development (CPD). In order to maintain registration with the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC) all registered health and social care professionals must undertake and evidence CPD. TRAMmCPD has been devised to provide a clear framework for maintaining and recording professional development. It has been designed to reflect the five standards for CPD laid down by the HCPC providing a framework to enable registrants to meet the required criteria to maintain registration. It has been developed by Occupational Therapists to encourage all health and care professionals to pursue, record and disseminate their CPD. ​

​​We are delighted to announce that

A Strategic Guide to Continuing Professional Development for Health and Care Professionals : The TRAMm Model has now been published and is available as an ebook. For more information and to read some of the reviewers comments see the About our book ​page. Members of the Royal College of Occupational Therapists (RCOT) are also able to view the book via the RCOT website once logged in.

Many thanks to those of you who have helped us by sending us examples of your TRAMm Trackers and TRAMm Trails. We are very grateful for your assistance. 

We have updated our free to download TRAMmCPD Information pack. The aim of the pack is to give you a brief overview of The TRAMm Model, TRAMm Tracker and TRAMm Trail with some suggestions for how to utilise them for your CPD. Our book provides more in depth information. 

Free TRAMm Trackers and TRAMm Trails are available here.