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Reg Talks Webinar on SMART Learning Goals

Posted: June 16, 2022

Publié le 16 June 2022

Join us for our next Reg Talks Webinars, where we will work on writing SMART goals!

Dietitians identify their learning needs as reflective professionals to maintain their continued competency in providing safe, competent, and ethical dietetic practice. Continuing competence reflects a commitment to lifelong learning.

The Quality Assurance Program recently developed a new SMART Learning Goals Template to help dietitians complete their annual Self-Directed Learning (SDL) Tool. The SDL Tool is intended to guide dietitians' reflection on their practice and professional competence and requires them to develop plans for professional improvement.

The College's Professional Practice Program will be holding two Regulatory talks ("Reg Talks") webinars on writing goals for Professional Development and continuing competence. There will be one session on July 12th and one on August 9th.  These are free online sessions providing dietitians with an opportunity for shared dialogue with the Professional Practice Program.

We invite all interested members and students to attend the Reg Talks webinar. We hope you will join us online!
 

This webinar will include:

  • Guiding questions to reflect on your professional learning
  • The new SMART Goals Writing Template and Writing Guidelines
  • How to cross-check your goal to make sure it is SMART  
  • Practical examples – working through some learning goals together
  • Question & Answer Period

When?

Tuesday, July 12, 2022, from 12pm to 1pm OR
Tuesday, August 9, 2022, from 1pm to 2pm

Registration

Please register early if interested. We will also publish a copy of the recording on our website. The webinar will be provided in English.
  • Please register for only one session of your choice.
  • Confirmation of your registration and the log in details will be sent to you by email.

Any questions?

Please contact sharina.wynn@collegeofdietitians.org
We look forward to seeing you!