The Professional Staff Learning Framework outlines the learning and development opportunities available to staff at Flinders. You can use the framework as a broad guide to your professional development and career planning.
The framework includes a wide range of activities designed to give you flexibility and choice in how you approach your learning. Learning options are presented in three learning domains: Professional skills, Communication and interpersonal skills, and Supervisor skills. Combined, these learning domains represent the key knowledge, attributes and experience that are required to foster high levels of performance in your professional role.
* denotes a self-paced online course, offered through Flinders Learning Online (FLO) or external providers
Resources: workplace guides, policy library, procedures, shared documents, wikis
People: supervisor, network, peer support, communities of practice, Professional Mentoring Program, coach
Post-learning: reading, reflection, extension activities
On-the-job: critical reflection, collaboration, stretch project, create resources, job rotation
Performance: PRD processes, performance coaching, feedback, identify training needs
Professional Staff Development Fund: access development opportunities outside Flinders
Professional Staff Conference Scheme: attend conferences or courses outside Flinders
Study Assistance Scheme: undertake study to further your career
Study Tour Scheme: undertake interstate or overseas travel to study
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