Please note: We are practicing Occupational Therapists with a passion for CPD, this work is undertaken in our free time. Information and resources are downloadable free of charge from this web-site, however, our work is protected by a Creative Commons licence. Any proceeds from the sale of our book Hearle, D; Lawson, S & Morris, R (2016) A Strategic Guide to Continuing Professional Development for Health and Care Professionals: The TRAMm Model are used towards the further development of TRAMmCPD
An Occupational Therapist, Sarah is now a Graduate Lecturer to undergraduate Occupational Therapy students at Glyndwr University after spending 8 years working for a local authority. Sarah began her Post Graduate studies in January 2017, her research is exploring the nature and process of continuing professional development in occupational therapists and how this relates to TRAMmCPD.
Sarah leads on web-site design and manages TRAMmCPD social media presence. She is also Regional Forum Lead for the Royal College of Occupational Therapists North West Region.
An Occupational Therapist, experienced educator and manager, Deb is Professional Head at Cardiff University. She has been teaching undergraduate and post graduate health and care professional students for over 20 years, including all aspects of professional development. Deb is currently working towards her Professional Doctorate researching CPD engagement and TRAMmCPD.
In 2013, Deb was awarded a Merit Award by the College of Occupational Therapists for her 'clear passion and commitment to the profession' and 'her significant contribution to OT education in Wales'.
Roe Morris: An Occupational Therapist and Practice Manager, Roe was the coordinator of the original TRAMm Model design team.
The principles of CPD and the TRAMm Model apply to anyone who needs to engage in CPD and are particularly helpful to those working within health or social care environments. We are happy to undertake presentations and facilitate CPD workshops or seminars to complement the TRAMmCPD information which is available on this website. As this work is undertaken in our own time we request that any travel/accommodation expenses are met, along with a small fee which will contribute to the maintenance of the website and the ongoing development of TRAMmCPD which enable us to continue supporting you with your CPD. For further information please contact us…
A selection of information for you to use and begin to engage in your CPD. You are welcome to use and share this information but please ensure you adhere to our Creative Commons License.
Additional Resource: Are You and Your Team Engaging in CPD? (pdf)Download
Poster: Are you and your team really engaging in CPD? (pdf)Download
TRAMm Information Oct 2017 (pdf)Download
Autofill TRAMM Tracker Blank Oct 2017 (docx)Download
TRAMm Tracker Oct 2017 97-03 (doc)Download
TRAMm Trail Oct 2017 (docx)Download
CPD Engagement: Defining Attribute 1 (pdf)Download
CPD Engagement: Defining Attribute 2 (pdf)Download
CPD Engagement: Defining Attribute 3 (pdf)Download
CPD Engagement: Defining Attribute 4 (pdf)Download
CPD Engagement: Defining Attribute 5 (pdf)Download
TRAMmCPD leaflet Jan 18 (pdf)Download
Continuation Auto Fill TRAMm Tracker (docx)Download
Continuation TRAMm Tracker (docx)Download