6.2 Developing your reflective practice

This course encourages you to reflect on your practice. Being a reflective practitioner is about the cycles of observation, reflection and action. It is worth revisiting the reflective practice link [Tip: hold Ctrl and click a link to open it in a new tab. (Hide tip)] that was shared earlier and, if you have not done so already, looking at the next section of this OpenLearn course, which considers how one’s practice is transformed through reflection.

Part of developing your practice is seeking opportunities to grow and develop. Some of these might be learning needs you identified through this course. As well as learning for and from your practice, you may want to access further learning materials.

The Open University offers a range of free learning resources, including Introducing the Voluntary Sector. In addition, there are more courses from the Centre for Voluntary Sector Leadership, such as Leadership in Voluntary Organisations and Collaborative Leadership in Voluntary Organisations.

6.1 Volunteering in Scotland

6.3 About Volunteer Scotland and CVSL