How is writing for accreditation different to writing for reflection?
Sharing your story and telling it with integrity is one thing. Sharing your story and following the requirements for stage one of Highly Accomplished (HA) or Lead accreditation process can be slightly different. Of course you want to get your Stage one application right. Your portfolio is one of THE BIGGEST elements of that process isn’t it! So, how is preparing your evidence for accreditation assessment at H.A. and Lead different? What does that look like and how can you make sure you’re putting your energies into the right things as you put your portfolio together?
Let me share some tips that will help focus you and save you time!
We’re going to move you from foggy to focused. In this podcast I share six tips that will take you from unsure to certain and help you get past stage one of your accreditation process (at Highly Accomplished or Lead) and make sure you are focused, clear and on the road to success. I’m going to share key ideas and thoughts around:
- Being super clear who you’re showing you’re having an impact on
- How to make sure you’re focus on quality over quantity – trust me you don’t have many words!
- What the word counts are and how to make each word… count
- How to make it clear to the assessor where you’re referring to each Focus Area
- What actually counts as evidence in your application
- How many years you can dig through (with that handy time machine) to find your evidence
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