Certificate in evidence-informed practice

Interested in developing your expertise in using evidence to inform your practice?

The Certificate in Evidence-Informed Practice is perfect for teachers and leaders wishing to develop their understanding of evidence-informed practice and gain recognition for their expertise.

Successful completion awards participants with a certificate in evidence-informed practice and credits towards Chartered Status.

Key details:

– Online

– Duration: 3 months (starting May 2021)

– Who is it for: Practising teachers

– Cost: £99

– Deadline: 8th May 2021

– Awarding: Chartered College of Teaching Certificate in Evidence-Informed Practice (and credits towards Chartered Status)

Programme Summary

During this short programme you will have the opportunity to develop your understanding of evidence-informed practice. You will learn about and discuss:

-Evidence-informed pedagogies
-Educational myths and misinterpretations
-Key debates in education

The programme ends with an assessment that will enable you to demonstrate your knowledge and expertise. Upon successful completion of this, you will be awarded The Chartered College of Teaching Certificate in Evidence-Informed Practice and credits towards Chartered Status.

This programme is not recommended for teachers and leaders who have already achieved Chartered Status with the Chartered College of Teaching.

Why gain the certificate?

Not only is the certificate the perfect way to support evidence-informed practice in the classroom but it can also be used as a stepping stone for participants interested in gaining Chartered Status. Some of the benefits include:

– Enhance your knowledge of evidence-informed practice
– Gain recognition for your learning
– Achieve credits towards Chartered Status

Application process

Application to the programme requires submission of an application form where you will be asked to share some basic details about yourself, your current role and your experience. Start your application here.

The Chartered College of Teaching particularly welcomes applications from BAMER (Black, Asian, Minority Ethnic and Refugee), LGBT and disabled communities. If there is anything we can do to support your application please do not hesitate to get in touch.

Contact Us

Please do not hesitate to get in contact with any queries about our programme on charteredteacher@chartered.college