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Continuing Professional Development is essential in helping teachers, principals, schools and the entire education sector keep skills and knowledge up to date. Providing CPD enables schools to become a knowledge bank to all stakeholders, such as students, parents, local government and society. Our events are fully CPD accredited, which allows working professionals to use the learning time towards your individual CPD requirements.

CPD is vital for both schools and their staff.

For staff, Continuing Professional Development helps to regularly focus on how they can become a more competent and effective professional. Training and learning increase confidence and overall capability, and compliments career aspirations.

CPD enables individuals to adapt positively to changes in the requirements of the education sector. Planning CPD helps to be more efficient with time, and recording CPD properly provides evidence of professional development (this can be useful for supervision and appraisals).

CPD shows a clear commitment to self-development and professionalism. CPD provides an opportunity for an individual to identify knowledge gaps and to resolve these in a recognisable approach to improvement.

Accredited CPD Providers should make available to individuals a Certificate of Attendance to attach to their CPD log as evidence of development once training is complete or the desired standards of learning have been met.

For school leaders and human resources, providing CPD accredited learning benefits your school through recognition and increased brand perception. Internal use of Continuing Professional Development encourages and promotes a healthy learning culture for your school, leading to a more fulfilled workforce and retaining valuable staff.

We are experts in our field and provide practical learning opportunities through our CPD events, seminars and accredited CPD courses.

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