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CPD Implementation: Assessment & Qualifications

CZ108D Face to face course

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  • 18 June 15:30—18 June 2024
  • 12 November 16:00—12 November 2024

Implementation support - Remote drop-in sessions, around the theme of Assessment & Qualifications.

These post-CPD interventions support the effective implementation and embedding of online, remote and face-to-face CPD – of particular benefit for Computing Cluster school staff who have attended CPD around their Cluster’s chosen dimension of the Computing Quality Framework and would like support to implement what they have learned in the classroom. Led by Professional Development Leaders with experience in delivering CPD in this area.

Who is it for?

Those who have attended CPD related to the topic - especially in the course of participation in a Computing Cluster.


Participants will have the opportunity to discuss their own challenges with implementation of CPD, and share solutions and best practice with each other.

This course is part of Teach secondary computing

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