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describe the process for agreeing a personal development plan and who should be involved
Personal development plan should be worked out with supervisor. First step would be to think about what goals I have and then discuss with supervisor the best ways for achievieng them. [ Different development areas (such as practical and communication skills), goals or targets I have set and a timescale for achieving them should also be discussed and agreed on with supervisor. Next step would
be a review process to see what progress I have made and how my plan needs to be updated. ]
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