Training on creating a sustainable, joined up CPD cycle

I am working with Optimus Education to present several half day events to help schools and colleges develop sustainable, joined up CPD cycles. There will be plenty of practical approaches shared as well as chances to network with others from the sector. It would be a very useful session for a CPD lead, staff development trainer or Advanced Practitioner/Teaching and Learning Coach to attend.

Here is what previous attendees said about the event:

Brilliant – really useful and time to reflect”
“Excellent opportunity to explore the complexities of CPD and come up with some practical strategies.”

Informative and highly useful”

“Excellent input and discussion around CPD, learned loads! Brilliant input from trainer – thank you!”

“Very practical and thought provoking – good rapport and positive outcomes”

“Informative, great to have opportunities to reflect and network.”

“Informative and reflective. Very practical and useful”

“Thank you – really useful – a lot to take in and back to school!”

The next events in the series will take place in May and June and focus on ways to motivate staff to get involved with CPD and approaches for sharing practice effectively. Details about these two events on the booking link below and non-members can attend for a reasonable fee displayed on the pricing tab:

http://my.optimus-education.com/conferences/EngagewithCPDOldham

http://my.optimus-education.com/conferences/EngagewithCPDBristol

 

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