Quality Assurance of Teachers’ Continuing Professional Development (CPD)
The Chartered College of Teaching, Teacher Development Trust and Sheffield Institute of Education are recruiting a range of CPD providers to take part in the testing cycles of a pilot project which seeks to develop a quality assurance (QA) system for teacher professional development in England.

Having developed a rigorously evidence-based set of criteria designed to test providers' systems, processes and quality mechanisms, as well as the quality of content, delivery and impact related to specific courses or services, we now seek to trial these criteria through a developmental process which will involve you or your organisation being supported to submit a portfolio of evidence to be assessed by a panel of trained peer-reviewers.

If you or your organisation provides CPD to teachers and would like to apply to be involved in this trial, please complete the form below:
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Email *
Full name *
Contact number *
Role *
Name of Organisation *
Which of the following options best describe(s) your organisation? (You may choose more than one) *
What are your motivations for being involved as a CPD provider in the pilot phase of this project? *
NB: This answer will not affect your likelihood of being selected to be involved in the testing cycle
What prior understanding or awareness do you have of this CPD QA Project? *
(300 words maximum)
We are looking for a range of providers who will support us to improve and refine the testing process, with the potential to join the panel of assessors for future cycles. What makes you or your organisation suitable for this role? *
(300 words maximum)
The submission deadline for Cycle 2 will be Friday 9th October 2020. Please confirm that you have acknowledged the time frame and would like to receive further guidance for submission. *
How did you hear about this opportunity? *
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