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to provide feedback about your level of performance
to plan your training, ensuring we are supporting your development
to set and agree objectives to enable you to develop the skills needed to meet the SRA Principles and Practice Skills Standards
parts 1–6: Performance appraisal
part 7: Training needs identified at last appraisal
part 8: Objectives for next appraisal period
Please review and complete sections 1–6 in advance of the meeting. Provide a copy of your completed form to the appraising supervisor in advance of the meeting. You may also wish to consider Part 8.
The meeting should be expected to last [1–1.5] hours. This should be protected time without interruption. When the appraisal is complete, both parties should sign and date the form and agree review dates (six-monthly or as agreed).
Categories of ratings are as follows:
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