Our CPD Partnerships
The Teacher Development Trust is proud to be working in partnership with schools, Teaching School Hubs, Trusts and national education organisations, that share our vision and commitment to deliver high-quality, evidence-informed professional development, supporting teachers and school leaders to develop their expertise and skills to create exceptional learning environments where teachers thrive and children succeed.
Our NPQ Delivery Partner Network
Our CPD Programme Partnerships
We are delighted to be a Chartered Status CPD Partner of the Chartered College of Teaching. This partnership provides a fantastic new pathway for individuals to progress from our flagship TDT Associate Qualification in CPD Leadership and gain recognition towards Chartered Status
Teachers and/or school leaders who have achieved the Teacher Development Trust’s Associate Qualification in CPD Leadership can gain Recognition of Prior Certified Learning (RPCL). This will give 20 credits towards towards Chartered Status and exemption from the Development of Teaching Practice Award (Leadership) on the Chartered Teacher (Leadership) pathway.
We are really pleased to be strengthening our partnership with the Teacher Development Trust, who have a stellar track record in providing high-quality, evidence-informed CPD to schools and colleges. This new phase of partnership provides recognition for those already leading on CPD in their settings, in the form of credits towards Chartered Status. We look forward to working with TDT with the shared goal of providing purposeful, personalised CPD opportunities to school leaders, to the benefit of children and young people.
“We are absolutely delighted to deepen our long-standing partnership with the Chartered College of Teaching through this exciting new CPD partnership. It provides a fantastic new pathway for individuals to progress from our flagship TDT Associate Qualification in CPD Leadership and gain recognition towards Chartered Status. This partnership reconfirms our commitment to the importance of an independent, strong, and respected professional body at the heart of our profession. We look forward to continuing to work with the Chartered College to support the development of effective and evidence-informed CPD leadership across the education sector.”
Chartered College of Teaching
The Chartered College of Teaching is a professional body dedicated to supporting the teaching profession in the UK and around the world. Our mission is to celebrate, support and connect teachers to deliver world-class teaching benefiting pupils and society.
We are delighted to be working in partnership with Leeds Trinity University and CAPE (Climate Adapted Pathways for Education) on a new groundbreaking pilot professional development programme for climate change Education. Our Climate Wise Schools programme provides two specialist pathways, one for school leaders and one for subject leaders and is set to make a significant impact on spearheading Climate Change Education (CCE) across the country in its initial six month pilot phase.
“We are thrilled to collaborate with the Teacher Development Trust (TDT) and Leeds Trinity University in delivering this pioneering pilot professional development programme. The Climate Wise Schools initiative aims to equip school leaders and subject leaders with the essential knowledge and skills to deliver high-quality climate change education. Working alongside TDT and benefiting from their expertise, we are excited about the potential impact this professional development programme could have in supporting school leaders on this complex topic. Together, we envision an education system that effectively addresses climate change, nurturing a generation of children and young people equipped to create a sustainable future.”
“We are really excited to be working with CAPE and Leeds Trinity University to be piloting a professional development programme for climate change education and the rich expertise that is being brought together to develop and deliver this programme. This partnership is also part of our growing commitment to working in an environmentally conscious way. We are seeking to learn more about how to deliver effective professional development programmes at scale in an environmentally sustainable and conscious way. We look forward to sharing stories from our journey and our learning with the education sector.”
CAPE Climate Adapted Pathways for Education
CAPE is a new alliance of researchers, educators, schools, and partners across the UK who are working to change today’s education for tomorrow’s climate.
Leeds Trinity University
Research, advanced scholarship and knowledge exchange are a fundamental part of life at Leeds Trinity University. We cultivate a research-led culture across all our course subject areas and research centres to enhance our students learning experience.
To learn more about our research ambitions please see our Research, Knowledge Exchange and Innovation Strategy.