Managing Change for CILIP West Midlands Regional Member Network

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Presentation on the changes to CILIP Professional Registration, and some tips for managing change. Delivered on 5th February 2014 for CILIP West Midlands.

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Managing Change for CILIP West Midlands Regional Member Network

  1. 1. Changes to CILIP Professional Registration and tips for managing change Jo Alcock @joeyanne jo.alcock@bcu.ac.uk
  2. 2. CILIP Future Skills Project Worker May-November 2013 • Developed new assessment criteria • Developed new submission criteria • Produced guidance for Certification, Chartership, Fellowship and Revalidation • Provided training for assessors, mentor support officers, and candidate support officers • Developed guidance on CILIP VLE
  3. 3. Future Skills Project • Accessibility – removing barriers and bureaucracy • Broadening the appeal and relevancy of CILIP qualifications • Clearer assessment criteria • Alternative methods for delivering and assessing revalidation • Online submission An investment in your professional future
  4. 4. Professional Knowledge and Skills Base (PKSB) • Succeeds & replaces the Body of Professional Knowledge • Can be used by individuals and employers • Key tool in the new application process for Professional Registration • Replaces the PPDP/PDP An investment in your professional future
  5. 5. An investment in your professional future Professional
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  6. 6. Professional Registration Knowledge and Skills Professional practice / Reflection Certification • Minimal changes • Purpose • PKSB • Future review of vocational qualifications • Largely unaltered • Direct application • Knowledge, Skills and ability to apply them • Removal of routes and pathways • ‘Not where you start it’s where you finish’ • PKSB Chartership Fellowship An investment in your professional future
  7. 7. Changes to Professional Registration • Accessibility – Pathways removed, CILIP Membership is only prerequisite for application • Accessibility – Candidates now decide what level they want to follow • Accessibility – Timescales completely removed • New assessment criteria implemented An investment in your professional future
  8. 8. Certification Chartership Fellowship Personal performance Identified areas for improvement in their personal performance and undertaken activities to develop skills and enhance knowledge Identified areas for improvement in their personal performance, undertaken activities to develop skills, applied these in practice, and reflected on the process and outcomes Identified areas for improvement in their personal performance, undertaken activities to develop skills, applied these in practice, and reflected on the process and outcomes Organisational context Considered the organisational context of their service and examined their role within the organisation Examined the organisational context of their service, evaluated service performance, shown the ability to implement or recommend improvement, and reflected on actual or desired outcomes Examined the organisational context of their work and evidenced substantial achievement in professional practice Wider professional context Enhanced their knowledge of information services in order to understand the wider professional context within which they work Enhanced their knowledge of the wider professional context and reflected on areas of current interest Established their commitment to, and enhanced their knowledge of, the information professions in order to have made a significant contribution to all or part of the profession(s) An investment in your professional future
  9. 9. Professional Registration • PKSB self assessment introduced • All levels now must have a mentor • Evaluative statement 1,000 words for all levels • Online submission using new CILIP Virtual Learning Environment (VLE) • Assessors can change assessment level • Charges to remain the same, no charge for revalidation An investment in your professional future
  10. 10. Revalidation • Demonstrates ongoing commitment to professional development • Applicable to all levels of Professional Registration • Assessed against criteria for level being revalidated • 20 hours of professional development • 250 word reflective statement • Recommended to complete on annual basis An investment in your professional future
  11. 11. Tips for managing change http://www.flickr.com/photos/aaronf/139344191
  12. 12. Changes to communicate 2005 REGULATIONS 2013 REGULATIONS Qualifications Professional Registration Entry restrictions No entry restrictions Postal submission Online submission Portfolio-based revalidation Input-based revalidation
  13. 13. Stakeholder engagement All stakeholders who will be impacted by change. Those who will be impacted directly and indirectly. http://www.flickr.com/photos/crystaljingsr/3915516040
  14. 14. Informed in early stages If possible, involved in early decisions. If not possible, need to be informed of changes early in process. http://www.flickr.com/photos/indraw/4857101224
  15. 15. Regular communication Updates on progress and any new developments or decisions. Probably more often than you think! http://www.flickr.com/photos/427/2299560190
  16. 16. Transparency Willing to answer questions honestly. Open about both the decisions that have been made and the processes involved. http://www.flickr.com/photos/john/4029847429/
  17. 17. Kotter's Eight Step Change Process of Successful Change 1. Create a sense of urgency 2. Pull together the guiding team 3. Develop the change vision and strategy 4. Communicate for understanding and buy in 5. Empower others to act 6. Produce short-term wins 7. Don't let up 8. Make it stick
  18. 18. Any questions? Jo Alcock @joeyanne jo.alcock@bcu.ac.uk

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