Code of Professional Conduct and Practice
The Code of Professional Conduct and Practice (the Code) sets out the standards expected of you, and is intended to support and guide your behaviours and judgements as a registrant working in education and training roles in Wales.
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Good practice guides
Our suite of guides have been written to complement the Code and aim to support you in complying with it. Each focus on a specific area such as tackling racism, positive working relationships, and using social media responsibly. Be sure to check back as new guides are published regularly.
Professional Learning Passport (PLP)
As education practitioners, continuous reflection, learning, and development are essential to your role. Your PLP, is a flexible online tool specifically designed to help you capture, reflect upon, and share your learning, all with the aim of shaping your ongoing professional development and practice.
EBSCO and Meddwl Mawr
As an added bonus, your PLP gives you free access to EBSCO, the world’s largest full text research database for education professionals, there to help you undertake reading and research to further develop your practice and ideas. Sign up to Meddwl Mawr, our book and journal club, to receive monthly recommendations to interesting EBSCO content.
Resources and guides
If you’re interested in undertaking your own research, why not check out our guides designed to get you started. They cover topics such as research ethics, action research report writing, and setting up a journal club.
Free events series
We host a variety of events throughout the year to support you and your professional development. They include our annual lecture ‘Professionally Speaking’, masterclasses, policy briefings, and webinars. You can watch recordings of many of our previous events on our YouTube channel.
‘Sgwrsio’ with the EWC podcast
Our podcast brings together registrants and experts from across the education sector for lively conversations on topics which matter to you. Why not listen back to previous episodes and subscribe now. If there is a topic you would like us to cover on Sgwrsio, please contact the team.
Our blog shares contributions from registrants and experts on the latest research, updates, and best practise from across the education sector. If you’ve got a subject that you’re passionate about and want to share with your colleagues across Wales, please contact the team.
Educators Wales features a range of services which bring together career, training, and job opportunities within Wales’ education sector into one, easy to access location. Its jobs portal, one of the biggest dedicated to the education sector in Wales, is the place to go for the latest vacancies. The team also offer a free recruitment, advocacy, and information service to individuals seeking progression opportunities as educators. That includes comprehensive support including application and CV writing, and interview skills workshops.
Stay up to date
As a registrant with the EWC, you will automatically receive ‘MyEWC’, our termly newsletter featuring the latest updates from the EWC and any important news relating to your registration.
We’re also on social media where you can find updates on our work from day-to-day. Follow us on Twitter, Facebook, and Linkedin.
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Our team are on hand should you need us. Details on how to contact each team are available on the contact us page.
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