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Professional Development Programme for Advanced Practitioners

Professional Development

Powerful tools, processes and professional development for current and aspiring Advanced Practitioners: register your interest now for this exciting CPD opportunity which will unfold over the next 12 months.

Commissioned  by the Education and Training Foundation and delivered by touchconsulting and CETTacademy, current and aspiring Advanced Practitioners (APs) can participate in subsidised opportunities to develop professionally at three levels: 

CPD Programme

Apply for one of 50 places on our 3-day (part residential) mentor-supported, CPD programme developing knowledge, skills and behaviours in three areas:

(a) delivering effective and powerful CPD that results in improved outcomes for learners;

(b) identifying and harnessing outstanding teaching, learning and assessment;

(c) driving and leading quality improvements across teams, departments, organisations and localities.

  • Cohort 1: Birmingham residential (IBIS), 14 & 15 June and Day 3 in Nov 2018. 
  • Cohort 2: Leeds residential (Novotel) 21 & 22 June and Day 3 in Nov 2018.

Note:  Fee  –  £250 (inclusive of all residential costs)

Consortium Project

Bid for one of six consortium projects (£10K funding + specialist support) to evaluate and craft the AP role.

Community of Practice

Join a community of practice for APs (regional/national, face-to-face and blended) to support both your role and your organisations’ developmental needs. Receive a powerful toolkit of AP resources. (No cost involved).

Register your interest now

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