Safety practitioners have a wealth of opportunities for personal and career development, says Louise Ward.
This month lots of young people will enter the workplace for the first time, many of them on graduate and apprenticeship schemes, which help them to structure their career and personal development planning for the next few years. But as their careers develop and they become more experienced, it’s likely that they will be far less focussed about structuring their development.
Surprisingly, few experienced professionals have a firm plan for their future career. It’s easy to see why. Everyone is busy, both at work and in their home life, but if you don’t keep half an eye on your career and professional development it’s easy to become bored and disenchanted with your work.
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