Teaching doesn’t and shouldn’t stand still. Regular teacher training helps teachers stay up to date with the latest teaching techniques and strategies, as well as learning new soft and technical skills. The HR ProTraining module offers a more efficient and effective way to organise learning and development and manage continuous professional development for all members of school staff.
With the HR Pro Training module, you have a central system where you can manage registrations for any training courses you want to make available to your teachers and other staff. From dyslexia awareness to understanding ADHD through to sports coaching qualifications, educational neuroscience or blended learning best practice.
A range of filters allows staff to search for relevant courses and, for in-school training, you can even introduce a first-come first-served application and waiting list. The system builds in an approval process and tracks every staff member’s status for any given course. Inbuilt reporting allows you to analyse uptake and more besides.
Why have staff appraisals and encourage initiative if you don’t empower your people? Self-service encourages teachers and other employees to take charge of their future and continuously improve their performance.
Simply enter the courses you want to make available, fill out key content information, location and prerequisites and any CPD points. The output is a straightforward table, tagged by date, subject and category. For staff, it’s just a matter of choosing their filters to see what’s available.
Set your own capacity restrictions to avoid oversubscription which could create shortages back in the classroom, and enable waiting lists for future planning. It’s easy to highlight courses deemed particularly important, too, to encourage uptake.
Built-in reporting functionality gives you overarching and in-depth analysis of sign-ups, completions and CPD points earned. It takes mere moments to check on each staff member’s status and whether they’ve been signed off to attend or been declined, are awaiting a response, and, of course, when they’ve completed the training.