Professional Development Adviser (eCPD) – Applications Open for Free Training Places

Nominations are open for Year 2 of the PDAs eCPD training programme. The deadline for applications is Friday 25 September 2009 and the next training events start in October.

In order to apply for the training, please complete and return a nomination form as soon as possible. The nomination form must be endorsed by a senior manager. The form, along with important details concerning the training can be found on the eCPD Online Learning Space (OLS)

About the PDAs eCPD programme

PDAs eCPD is delivered on behalf of the Learning and Skills Improvement Service (LSIS). It is one of two training programmes which integrate to form eCPD:
• PDAs eCPD training – for staff with responsibility for driving the use of technology in teaching and learning across their organisation.
• E-Guides eCPD training – what every teacher, tutor and trainer needs to know about using e-learning and technology.

These training programmes are designed to support effective use of technology in teaching and learning across the whole learning and skills sector. They help fulfill part of the Institute for Learning’s (IfL’s) 30 hour (or pro rata) continuing professional development (CPD) requirement.
The programmes form a cornerstone in the delivery of the 21st Century Skills outlined in “Harnessing Technology for Next Generation Learning”.
For further details on the PDAs eCPD training programme, visit:

http://ecpd.bdplearning.com/ecpd/how_to_get_involved_pda.php

Are you a member of the OLS yet?
Registration is free and is available to anyone in the learning and skills sector, irrespective of the level of ‘e-confidence’ or enrolment on the PDAs training programme.
Register now to access the new eCPD framework and interactive CPD planning tool, a wealth of resources and to start networking with colleagues from across the country.

PDA and eGuide eCPD Brochure

Leave a reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s