Education Workforce Council

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Professional Learning Passport (PLP)

What is the Professional Learning Passport?

The Professional Learning Passport (PLP) is a fully bilingual and flexible online tool that is available to all EWC registrants.

Your PLP is packed with features that are designed to support you in capturing, reflecting upon, sharing and planning your learning with the ultimate aim of improving your practice. We all have different ways of learning and the PLP has been designed to meet a wide range of needs.

Your PLP belongs to you: it is confidential and portable. As long as you’re registered with the EWC you will have access to any content you have created in your PLP.

How can you access your PLP?

Your PLP is available via your ‘MyEWC’ online account. Our short guide sets out how to create and access your online account. If you’re experiencing any difficulties in accessing your PLP, please contact us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or telephone 02920 460099.

How can the PLP enhance your practice?

Click on the registration category relevant to you below to find some ideas on how the PLP can support your professional development and how it is being used by others.

Interested? Book your free demonstration!

We are happy to visit your organisation to provide your staff with a demonstration of the PLP and showcase how its functionality and versatility can benefit you, your colleagues and institution. If you would like to book a demonstration please complete our online booking form or e-mail This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Research library

If you’re interested in evidence-informed practice, your PLP provides you with access to EBSCO, the world’s largest full-text research database for education professionals covering all levels of education and specialities.

EWC registrants have free access to the EBSCO Education Source package and the eBook Education collection. Both resources are constantly expanding and include:

  • Nearly 2,000 full-text journals
  • Abstracts for more than 3,500 journals
  • More than 530 full-text books
  • Over 2,500 full-text and education related conference papers
  • Citations for more than 6 million articles, including book reviews

To access EBSCO in your PLP, click on the ‘help and resources’ option on the dashboard of your PLP.

There’s a series of online guides to support you in getting started and using your EBSCO account.

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Funded by Welsh Government

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