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Training & CPD

Our CPD programme has been specifically designed for supply teachers and classroom support workers to improve your skills and help you access new roles within schools.   We use a combination of in-house workshops, external training partners and online courses to deliver specific, relevant training at times to suit your working day.

Our CPD courses fall into four main groups:
  • Training for supply teachers
  • Training for classroom support workers and intervention specialists
  • Training for SEND support workers (special education needs and disabilities)
  • Safeguarding and child protection training

Our CPD is free of charge, or with a nominal cost to secure external trainers. Our internal courses are accredited by the CPD Certification Service.

Click here for course details and to book courses
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