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Take control of your professional development with MyCPD
Free toModern English Teacher and English Teaching professionalsubscribers,MyCPDis an intuitive, easy to use digital tracking tool for your continuing professional development reading, research and reflection.
Designed to help you to be autonomous and effective in your own professional development, it gives you one convenient place to log all of your professional activity – leaving you free to pursue the topics that you need to cover, at your own speed, in whichever format suits you.
Available to both individual and institutional magazine subscribers, MyCPDis also the perfect tool for supporting members of your team with their specific professional development needs.
Log your Modern English Teacher and English Teaching professionalwebsite reading with the click of an on-page button
Log all other CPD reading, activity, and training quickly and easily
Add details of what you have learnt, dates undertaken, the amount of time spent, and how you've applied it in practice
Download a printable copy of your CPD log with a single click.
MyCPDis free with allindividualandinstitutionalsubscriptions. If you’re already a subscriber, find out how to get started with our handy guide.
To accessMyCPD, sign in on theETp website, hover over your name and then click on theMyCPD logo in the drop down menu.
The first time you log in toMyCPD, you'll be asked to choose a password. On subsequent visits you'll be logged in automatically.
Saving an article to your MyCPD log
Add an article fromEnglish Teaching professionalorModern English Teacherto your MyCPD log using the on-page button.
(Tip: the on-page button is only visible to logged-in subscribers.)
Review your entries
When you log into MyCPD you will see the Modern English Teacher pages that you have entered, and any English Teaching professional articles if you’re also an ETp subscriber.
Click + new entry to add learning from other sources including links to other websites, Word documents and image files (.jpg, .gif., or .png), and details of offline reading, training, and conferences.
Update an entry in your MyCPD log
You can enter all kinds of information in the log for each piece of content, including the duration of the work done, the reasons for undertaking the CPD work and how you’ve applied the learning in practice. This really helps you focus on how to get the most out of your research.
Check your progress at a glance
On the main page you can see various statistics about your CPD from the latest entry date and the number of logs completed to the total number of hours you have spent on your CPD.
Export your CPD log
MyCPD cuts down on your workload as completed log entries can be exported into a Word document with one click for evidencing to your manager or ready for an inspection.