Recognising and accrediting practitioners’ prior learning and experiences is a key priority for us at the Institute of Education. All our CPD activities build on practitioners’ existing skills, experience and/or qualification. This is because we value and recognise learning already undertaken by teachers and other education professionals in their workplaces. Our team of experienced CPD staff will support you to demonstrate and evidence what you have learned from participation in any professional development or activity in your place of work. Your evidence will then be used to gain accreditation and professional recognition through our robust Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) procedures.
For further details on how we can support you to gain credits via our RPL procedures, contact Ada Adeghe.
We enhance the performance of individuals and organisations by identifying their training needs and developing bespoke courses to meet those needs. These could be accredited using our ‘shell’ modules, but we also deliver bespoke non-accredited CPD. Our team will meet with you to discuss the needs of staff and the organisation as a whole. This is to ensure that your engagement with our CPD activities must have a direct impact on professional performance and competence, and support individuals in ways which benefit the organisation for which they work.
Below are some examples of how our ‘shell’ modules have been used to support CPD work with school teachers
Other Bespoke accredited and non-accredited courses can also be offered on:
The Institute of Education has a successful track record of providing support for both providers and participants who seek accreditation by ‘wrapping’ credits around their on-going professional training and development. We are currently working with a wide range of schools and other large providers in the region and beyond to accredit their CPD courses.
Ideally we work with course providers at the planning stage of their course in order to:
Robust support is offered to participants and CPD providers to ensure participants are successful in gaining agreed credits.