Parkes & Pope - Experienced, empowered, engaged: showcasing skills for the future
experienced, empowered,Welcome engaged: showcasing skillsIntroduction future for theAuthor nameInformation Services March 26th , 2013 David Parkes, Associate Director, Alison Pope and Kathleen Morgan, Learning and Information Services Managers
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What do we need Librarians to be? How can we determine where we are?How we can capture, develop, deploy, sustain, unleash and showcase all the talents?
Facilitate project planning and support change management Exploit strengths and talents across the service Identify skills gaps Provide a structured tool to support personal and professional developmentSkills Map To enhance team development Help utilise range of skills across IS and across the Institution Succession planning New opportunities
Skills Individual CPPD Areas of Activity Continuing personal and roles, tasks, duties undertaken professional development Core Knowledge needed to carry out those activities at the appropriate level Team Building Professional Values that someone performing theseactivities should embrace and exemplify Service Capability breadth and depth of experience, level of influence, the frequency of the experience analysing, improving and changing, building capability, customer focused service leading. managing people and performance
Contributing to a better wheel?… The Skills Framework for the Information Age (SFIA), SFIA enables employers of IT professionals to carry out a range of HR activities against a common framework of reference - including skill audit, planning future skill requirements, development programmes, standardisation of job titles and functions, and resource allocation. http://www.sfia.org.uk/ HEA UK Professional Standards Framework UK Professional Standards Framework (UKPSF) (PDF, 508 kB) for teaching and supporting learning http://www.heacademy.ac.uk/ukpsf The Professional Knowledge and Skills Base (PKSB) aims to reflect the breadth of the Library, Information and Knowledge profession Continuing Professional Development Framework
KPIskills tree.. Performance Monitoring Measurement Setting targets Achieving resources targets Experience projection Reporting Communication business case Financial Project Teamwork grants Management Management Planning maintaining WBS Technology Business Case developing & applying Engagement & Copyright training Delivery Policy/Legal IP disseminating Awareness Rights Advice Ethics Process PDP Professional Dissemination Written & oral Industry/sector Awareness/CPD Dissemination practice Communication Meetings Liaison/Networking Feedback Reference interviewquestion construction Enquiries & Marketing KPI & data Services online & livechat Delivery Customer care expert knowledge Understand specialized subject Methods Learning & Resources develops and manage Course construction Teaching Management instruction and Pedagogy, outcomes, supportassessment, evaluation assesses needs continually improves Innovation Each branch of the tree represents one of 10 distilled skill areas- each branch is then divided into further skills/competencies
Scoring…Score 1: Learning & Teaching Skill Keywords 1 Basic understanding of learning and teaching support Understanding 2 Current awareness of learning and teaching Currency approaches in an IS context. Ability to understand the Engage range of approaches needed to engage in different types of learning environments. 3 Ability to create and deliver learning and teaching Deliver, sessions supported by lesson plans, appropriate Create techniques, exercises and supporting material Documentation 4 To identify, promote and deliver a range of learning and Proactive teaching opportunities in a proactive way. To deliver to Promotion a wide audience using techniques informed by current Deliver pedagogical practice. Pedagogy 5 Ability to innovatively deliver learning and teaching Innovation support
• staff record own • line manager and perception of skill staff keep record and level monitor progression• discuss with peers • line manager has• share and adjust map of all skill levels with line manager in team – monitor,• can demonstrate skill develop, deploy with evidence
CPD Pages SU Employment Details IS Skills Register Overview Skills Audit (Academic Skills Tutor (Study Skills) 1-2-1 with Line Manager Record of Appraisals Courses / Conferences Attended Additional Information
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experienced, empowered, eWelcome ngaged: showcasing skillsIntroduction future for theAuthor nameInformation Services March 26th , 2013 David Parkes, Associate Director, Alison Pope and Kathleen Morgan, Learning and Information Services Managers