Recording your CPD
Continuing Professional Development (CPD) must be differentiated from activities that are normally part of your role as a
teacher or your engagement in extra-curricular activities. Key considerations include:
- appropriateness for your role
- contribution to achievement of identified learning goals
- range of activities
- balance across the required areas
You may only include the professional learning component of an activity.
CPD can be:
- employer provided
- linked to systemic programs and initiatives
- delivered by private providers
- additional formal study (University, TAFE)
- offered by professional associations and networks
It is your responsibility to:
- record Continuing Professional Development (CPD) undertaken in a format that meets QCT requirements and best suits your individual needs and/or employer requirements. You should use the QCT’s online CPD recording tool available through myQCT on the website
- make the evidence available for auditing purposes as required by the QCT.
Evidence of CPD:
- will vary according to the nature of the activity
Evidence may include, but is not limited to:
- attendance lists, certificates, email confirmations, evaluations, letters, minutes, reflection notes, school print outs, transcripts, sign-on sheets, reading/viewing logs, presentation notes.