Expert PLD that bridges the gap between theory and practice
As former principals’ and practising class teachers, we provide expert professional learning services across New Zealand in both English and Maori medium settings. Read more about how we can help on our blog post here…
The list below details application deadline dates for schools or Kāhui Ako/Communities of Learning wishing to utilise centrally-funded professional learning and development.
Click on the region names to go to that page with further information…
|Region||Term 1||Term 2||Term 3||Term 4|
|Canterbury||22 Feb||24 May||16 Aug||25 Oct|
|Nelson, Marlborough, West Coast||22 Feb||17 May||16 Aug||25 Oct|
|Otago, Southland||1 Mar||30 May||5 Aug||18 Oct|
|Wellington||20 Feb||15 May||7 Aug||23 Oct|
|Taranaki, Whanganui, Manawatu||15 Feb||24 May||16 Aug||13 Nov|
|Hawke’s Bay – Tairāwhiti||28 Feb||16 May||8 Aug||31 Oct|
|Waikato||15 Feb||17 May||16 Aug||25 Oct|
|Bay of Plenty – Waiariki||15 Feb||17 May||16 Aug||25 Oct|
|Auckland||15 Feb||17 May||16 Aug||25 Oct|
|Tai Tokerau||16 Feb||25 May||17 Aug||26 Oct|
Clicking on the region names above will take you to the Ministry of Education website, or click here to receive further information, including an example of an application and your regional priorities…
Learn below how this type of PLD works, get help applying and find out how Learning Architects can support your school, kura or Kāhui Ako/Community of Learning.
What is involved in applying for PLD?
This 8-minute video from the Ministry of Education gives a good overview of the steps to access centrally funded PLD.
This PLD is centred around an inquiry model which requires schools to know which problems of practice they wish to improve in order to lift student achievement. This means that your application must be backed up with relevant evidence and detail how you will monitor the impact of the PLD.
As former school leaders, we are best-placed to help you apply - we can guide you to develop a successful application for your school/kura or Kāhui Ako/Community of Learning. We can even provide you with examples of successful applications and best practices to make your application successful.
Please click here or complete the form below to get further information, including your regional priorities and an example of a successful PLD application...
We can help your school, kura or Kāhui Ako put together a successful application.
As former school leaders we know how the Ministry of Education and schools work, so are best-placed to support your application.
Generally, this type of PLD is for supporting areas identified as areas of national priority. The Ministry of Education has also identified regional priorities within these which may also attract funding.
As we complete your application, we will guide you so that it addresses national and regional priorities within the context of your school priorities.
If you would like help with a Dos and Don'ts of how to apply, plus the national and regional priorities to help you customise your PLD application, please click here or complete the form below...
Sign up to receive these items to help you develop a successful application:
- the national priorities factsheet;
- the regional priorities for your area;
- examples of the sorts of topics and areas that may be supported to give you an idea of what might work;
- an example of a PLD application.
Please click here or complete the form below...