CPLD, or ‘Continuing Professional and Leadership Development’ provision is the means by which professionals in the education sector maintain, improve and broaden their knowledge and skills through activity, which is intended to be of direct benefit to the individual, or school and aim to improve the quality of outcomes of children and young people.
As hubs of education improvement, Teaching Schools have experience of working in collaboration with other schools, and with other partners, in the planning, design, development, delivery and evaluation of CPLD provision. The Teaching school approach to CPLD:
- is strategic
- addresses the career needs of their staff, and the wider school system, from ITT through to Senior and Executive Leadership
- ensures participants are engaging in a range of high quality courses, subject networks and coaching to raise standards.
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Teaching and Leadership Innovation Fund
Please use the provider search to find out more about our providers, the continuing professional development (CPD) programmes they offer and the areas of England they cover. Please contact the providers directly to apply.
Leading a Mentally Healthy School
Leading a Mentally Healthy School is a new two-day programme, aimed at senior leaders of all phases to enable reflection and action planning around whole-school approaches to mental health provision.
Volunteer to coach women teachers in schools
If you’re a leader and want to help more women to become leaders in education, pledge to coach. Coaching has the potential to transform the leadership journey of women teachers; building resilience, increasing confidence and unlocking potential.
Women Leading in Education – coaching pledge and resources
Women Leading In Education is aimed at supporting women into leadership roles, through leadership development opportunities, sharing of great practice and access to range of helpful resources.