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Personal & Professional Leadership Development Domain Committee

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Background

In 2017 the Board endorsed a change in the model of learning in the Fellowship Training Program from a progression model to an integrated one. While the College’s eight Role Competencies (graduate outcomes) continue as the basis for the Curriculum, they have now been grouped into four Domains of Learning and Assessment.

The four Domains are:

Scope

The Personal and Professional Leadership Development Domain Committee is the key group overseeing the graduate outcomes, intended learning outcomes, training objectives and aligned assessment methods for implementation for lifelong learning in the role competencies of Advocate, Collaborator, Professional, Leader and Educational Scholar.

Membership

The Lead Fellow for Personal and Professional Leadership Development has been appointed by the Board on the recommendation of the Chair of the Education and Training Committee. S/he is a member of the Education and Training Committee and a member of the Curriculum Steering Committee.

The standing members of the PPLD Domain Committee are:

The membership will be representative of the College policies on diversity in governance.

Responsibilities

Processes

Evaluation and reporting

The PPLD Domain Committee will respond to issues raised in College surveys of Candidates and Supervisors.

The Domain Chair will report on progress of the Committee at regular meetings of the Education and Training Committee, the Curriculum Steering Committee and annually to both groups.

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