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Continuing professional development (CPD) policies

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Last updated on 7 December 2015
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Are the examples of CPD policies? We refer to CPD policies from a local authority and five schools. These policies cover aspects such as the aims of CPD, identifying school needs, evaluating impact and determining a budget. We also look at archived guidance on developing a CPD policy.

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  1. 1 Model CPD policy from a local authority
  2. 2 Primary school CPD policy 
  3. 3 Secondary school CPD policy
  4. 4 Special school CPD policy

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