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We'll be hosting professional learning programmes across the country in 2018 to support you to implement the Standards for the Teaching Profession Ngā Paerewa mō te Umanga Whakaakoranga and Code of Professional Responsibility Ngā Tikanga Matatika. The workshops will support Early Childhood Education leaders to use the Standards in their own appraisal, and help teachers, kaiako, professional leaders and tumuaki in other settings to use the Standards for the Teaching Profession in appraisal and to understand the Code of Professional Responsibility.

If you would like to register for a workshop or have any questions, please email


Upcoming workshops: Code & Standards (ECE, Primary and Secondary)

Date Location Workshop Style Notes
11 April, 2018 Masterton Afternoon (3.30pm-6pm) This workshop is now fully enrolled.
2 May, 2018 Havelock North (ECE only)  Afternoon (3.30pm-6pm) This workshop is now fully enrolled.
11 May, 2018 Upper Hutt, Wellington Full day (9am-3pm) This workshop is now fully enrolled.
14 May, 2018 Blenheim Full day (9am-3pm)  
15 May, 2018 Porirua, Wellington Afternoon (3.30pm-6pm)  
22 May, 2018 Dunedin Afternoon (3.30pm-5.45pm)  
29 May, 2018 Dunedin Full day (9am-3pm)  
29 May, 2018 Hamilton Afternoon (4:30pm-7pm)  
30 May, 2018 Nelson Full day (9am-3pm)  
5 June, 2018 Auckland Central  Full day (9am-3pm)   
20 June, 2018 Auckland North Shore Full day (9am-3pm)  
21 June, 2018 New Plymouth Full day (9am-3pm)  

We have plans to host additional workshops in Term 2. Please email us to register interest in your area, and we will contact you as these are scheduled. 

Getting Started

If you would like to get started before attending a workshop, have a look through these resources for more information.

Quality Practice Template  [download the doc] You can also download the Quality Practice instructions as an audio recording here

Code and Standards FAQ [pdf]

Putting together your evidence package or portfolio 

Introducing the Code and Standards [pdf] With thanks to Melinda Stevenson of Francis Douglas Memorial College, New Plymouth