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CPD: Ensuring everyone is on board...

When planning your whole-school CPD programmes, it is vital that staff are on board. Bethan Hindley looks at five tenets of change management and achieving staff CPD buy-in

With a shifting focus towards building career opportunities for teachers, improving staff development has never been more important. The Teacher Development Trust (TDT) has had the pleasure of working with three cohorts of exceptional leaders of CPD and teaching and learning from across the country over the last 18 months on our CPD Leadership Programme, which aims to develop future school and national champions of CPD.

The programme is challenging and developmental, inviting participants to engage critically with research and to evaluate and refine the leadership, culture and process of CPD within their setting.

Change management is a key component of the course, ensuring participants have carefully considered what is appropriate for their setting.

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