Training and Qualifications

New Suffolk CPD Online 

www.suffolkcpd.co.uk

Those with an account on the old CPD should have had their details migrated over.

If you are not registered with site you will need to register.

On the top bar next to the search box you will find a question mark symbol, if you click this symbol it will take you to a page where you can find:

  • User guides (to help you use the site)
  • Terms and conditions (waiting lists information, cancellation policy, refunds, transfers)
  • Provide feedback
  • How to contact us

To search for courses you need to search by subject or topic for example look for Roles and responsibilities under Safeguarding category, look for SENCo under SEND category, look for Skills for new leaders under leadership and management.

Alternative ways to search for courses are in this guidance: Guidance for Booking Courses

Cost information – the courses appear at full cost, LOP registered settings will receive a 50% discount, but this will only appear once you have enrolled on the course. When you have found a course, click on enrol, another box will pop up with more information and if you wish to book you click enrol again or click close to go back.

Opportunity for fully-funded Elklan Language and Learning 2-4s course

We are pleased to be able to provide early years practitioners and childminders the opportunity to undertake a fully funded Elklan Language and Learning 2-4s course from September this year. Please note that places on this course will be limited and not available to settings who have already undertaken Elklan training either through the Early Years Professional Development programme or the Ipswich Opportunity Area.  Only one application per setting is permitted.
Practitioners and childminders can apply for a place on the course using the Expression of Interest form. 

Elklan Expression of interest application

Email your expression of interest to: EYPDP@suffolk.gov.uk

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