Welcome to the ETF Professional Development platform
This platform is designed to support you on your professional development journey. After creating your account and completing your profile, you will receive access to CPD, networks and wider resources from the ETF, gathered in one place and tailored to your particular role and needs.
What you need to do:
- Step 1: Create an account
- Step 2: Answer some questions to create your profile
- Step 3: Access relevant resources and tools for the programme you are interested in
Most of the T Level offer is online, meaning that there is always training and support available to suit your schedule. There is a range of face-to-face activity planned and its method of delivery will be in line with current government guidelines. Once you have created an account and profile you can access the full list of resources, but we strongly recommend that you take the further steps to complete the Training Needs Analysis to be sure of getting the most out of the resources available.
As part of the annual review of this platform, we’ve identified a number of ways to make the site work better for you. To make these changes, the T Level area will be unavailable between 1 and 30 August. If you registered for CPD courses before 1 August, you will still have access to these during this time – find out more here.
The ETF’s Apprenticeship Workforce Development (AWD) offer supports staff delivering apprenticeships with the teaching skills, subject knowledge and confidence they need for the benefit of their learners. The offer will provide trainers and leaders with access to online CPD until the end of December 2021 at no cost to them.
The ETF’s Leadership Development platform offers support, training and resources for those occupying leadership roles or aspiring to do so.
The development platform differentiates between levels of leadership and enables you to access support bespoke to your experience and needs. Once you have created your account we strongly recommend you compete the Training Needs Analysis (TNA) to identify your priorities for development and the resources which will be of greatest benefit to you.