Public Health Emergency - Leading a Nation Prepared
At ASPR, we want employees to continue learning and growing professionally. Regardless of where employees are or where they want to be, there are many tools at ASPR to assist in employee development.
At ASPR, Individual Development Plans, or IDPs, are used to guide employee development. IDPs are designed to detail specific activities needed to help employees develop specific skills and they should be created by the employee.
Employees are encouraged to discuss their development goals and current skillset with their supervisor to get a better idea of where to focus their development plan.
Many ASPR employees attend trainings and conferences to develop their skills and enhance their ability to remain ready to respond. Like an IDP, employees must work with their supervisors to determine what training opportunities are best to help the employee support the mission of ASPR.
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