about this item
Continuing professional development (CPD) aims to maintain or improve the quality of professional performance. So far, it tends to have been designed for specific professional groups such as teachers, doctors, architects or engineers. Approaches, as a result, have often been local, separatist or idiosyncratic in nature. This book, first published in 1987, argues that CPD designers should consider strategies used for professional groups other than their own. This title will be useful to anyone with a responsibility for developing and implementing courses and also to practitioners themselves, as well as to students of business studies.