Many of the activities within Flying Start England focus on developing your skills and knowledge as a newly qualified practitioner. However at some point the emphasis shifts to you facilitating learning in others, this may be with students, assistant practitioners or indeed patients/clients. It is a natural progression to share your knowledge with others, as you grow in confidence and capability in your first year of working.
Towards the end of your first year in practice, you will find opportunities to support individuals less experienced than yourself, and facilitate their learning. During this process take the opportunity to also reflect on your own growing development. When someone asks you a question that you cannot answer say so and go and find out the answer. Better still both of you should go and find the answer and compare answers.