We’re excited to invite you to the webinar launch of our ‘Professional Development Network’ which will support our members who are early in their careers.
You, our members, asked us to undertake a review of our current New Member Network. After extensive research, we are confident that the PDN will deliver ‘Skills for the Future’ which are essential to our sector.
If you are early in your career, the launch will help you to understand how CIWM can support your professional development and build lasting networks. For our more experienced members, we hope you will join us to celebrate the launch as you will gather information to help you to support your teams.
We have an incredibly exciting programme where you will discover:
- Why the PDN is the perfect place for you to learn and build lasting networks
- Why our President, Dr. Adam Read, has championed sector ‘Skills for the Future’
- How the PDN can springboard your career and how you can access CIWM support
- How sharing your views will help to shape future PDN content through our interactive polls
PDN overview and purpose – Evonne Cannan MCIWM, PDN Principal Steering Group Lead
Evonne will introduce the concept of the PDN, outline the benefits and advise how you can be part of our new exciting network.
Skills and the next generation – Dr. Adam Read FCIWM, CIWM President
Adam has committed his Presidential year to championing building skills across our sector and will talk about the about the importance of joining a network early in your career and how this has helped him throughout his career.
Building key skills – Katie Cockburn, CIWM Professional Services Director
Katie will advise how CIWM can support you to build your skills, plan your future professional development and how to access support from our Professional Service team.
Developing your policy and technical knowledge – Ray Parmenter MCIWM, CIWM Head of Technical and Policy
Ray will talk about how you can gain an insight into and contribute towards the work that our technical and policy team undertake and how this can help increase your knowledge of our sector.
Panel Discussion and Question & Answer Session
Chaired by Evonne Cannan