Proffessional Development Plan

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Name: | Christopher Maw | Date of Development | 04/01/2016 | Date of Review | 04/01/2016 |

Colleague discussed with: Manager discussed with:
Name: Sophie Fitz-Gerald Name: Elliott Jackson

Professional Development Opportunity/Training: Timeframe | Description of opportunity/training | Skills/competency to develop | To be completed within 1 Month of review | Communication Day Course | This will help me communicate better with staff and customer which will help me manage the business better. Enabling it to run more smoothly. | To be completed with 1 Year of review | Product knowledge courses:Coffee TrainingCocktail Training | Having a better knowledge of how to get the best out of products we use | To be completed within 2 Years of review | Diploma in Hospitality | This will help with the basics of the hospitality industry and develop my Marketing/Finance/Business Writing skills/Office skills. | To be completed within 5 Years of review | Bachelor in Business Management | This course will give me all the skills I need to ensure I am capable of managing a business on a day to day basis and plan for the future of the business.As well as enhancing my management skills, which is very important in the hospitality industry. |

Networking Activities Timeframe | Description of Networking activity | Opportunity/professional advantage | To be completed within 6 Months of review | Have joined the local gym | Became friends with the owner of establishment and now we hold all of their staff/club parties at the venue. | To be completed within 1 Year of review | Local Business Meetings | This will help get to know all the local business owners and build foundations for future events to be held at our business. | To be completed within 2 Years of the review | Wine/Champagne/Spirit tasting sessions | Having a better knowledge of products on the…...

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