Portfolios for Development: A Guide for Trainers and Managers

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Kogan Page, 1994 - Career development - 211 pages
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This study explains what a portfolio is and how it links with the current changes taking place in training, building on the work being undertaken through National Vocational Qualifications, the Management Charter Initiative and other qualification programmes. It then goes on to describe the processes involved in building portfolios - from personal, work and training experience - and examples are given.

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Warren Redman is a counsellor, mentor and personal development trainer. He has worked with a wide range of organizations in the UK and Canada and now directs the Centre for Inner Balancing in Calgary, Canada, where he has lived for the past five years. He is a prolific writer with fiction as well as professional non-fiction to his credit.

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