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'TRAMmCPD helped me to organise everything I had gathered in the last 2 years, it helped me to organise my own mind and to panic less about being part of the the HCPC audit process'
'takes some of the stress out of being called for audit'
'easy to use'
'user friendly' 'helps me to organise my thoughts'
'clear and concise way of ensuring I'm meeting the 'HCPC standards'
'I can record as much or as little as I like and up date it as I go along'
'I've used in Supervision and at my annual review to identify what I have learnt and highlight training needs'
'has enabled me to get into the routine of recording my CPD'
'I take the definitions of each station as a guide rather than a concrete list'
An Occupational Therapist, Sarah is now a Graduate Lecturer to undergraduate Occupational Therapy students at Glyndwr University after spending 8 years working for a local authority. Sarah begins her Post Graduate studies in January 2017.
Sarah leads on web-site design and manages TRAMmCPD social media presence. She is also Regional Forum Lead for the College of Occupational Therapists North West Region.
An Occupational Therapist, experienced educator and manager, Deb is a Senior Lecturer at Cardiff University. She has been teaching undergraduate and post graduate health and care professional students for over 20 years, including all aspects of professional development. Deb is currently working towards her Professional Doctorate researching CPD engagement and TRAMmCPD.
In 2013, Deb was awarded a Merit Award by the College of Occupational Therapists for her 'clear passion and commitment to the profession' and 'her significant contribution to OT education in Wales'.
A community Occupational Therapist and Practice Manager, Roe was the coordinator of the original TRAMm Model design team.
Please note: We are practicing Occupational Therapists with a passion for CPD. This work is undertaken in our free time and resources provided by TRAMmCPD are downloadable free of charge from our web-site. Our work is protected by a Creative Commons licence. Any proceeds from the sale of our book Hearle, D; Lawson, S & Morris, R (2016) A Strategic Guide to Continuing Professional Development for Health and Care Professionals: The TRAMm Model are used towards the further development of the TRAMm Model, its tools and web-site.
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