Professional Growth Plan

A Professional Growth Plan (PGP) identifies activities and strategies that will provide LPN’s with the opportunity to evaluate their knowledge, skills and performance. A professional self-assessment assists an LPN to evaluate their overall levels of competency and performance as they relate to the LPN Standards of Practice. The use of self-assessment enables practitioners to identify previously unperceived or future needs to guide ongoing professional growth.  

Considering the importance and the commitment involved to properly complete a Professional Growth Plan, the SALPN recognizes this CEP activity as part of Section A: Formal Activities and is worth 16 re-portable hours for LPNs licensed for 7 or more months of a licensure year. LPNs licensed for less than 7 months of a licensure year are not eligible to complete the Professional Growth Plan. 

Click below links for more information on how to get started! 

  1. How to Complete a Professional Growth Plan
  2. Initial Self-Assessment Review Form 
  3. Initial Manager/Peer Performance Appraisal Form
  4. LPN Self-Reflection and Action Plan  
  5. Concluding Self-Assessment Form
  6. Concluding Manager/Peer Performance Review Form

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