No matter what career stage you’re at, we have a CPD course for you.
The courses are divided into four categories, and are all available face-to-face; in some cases we provide an online version, too – check the course details for more information.
All our courses are available face-to-face and, in some cases, we also offer an online version so check the course details for the full range of options.
Get practical experience alongside your peers. We draw on up-to-date education research and current pedagogical techniques so whether you’re newly qualified or highly experienced, the content of these courses are always relevant and valuable.
After any of our courses, participants come away with
Our series of online CPD courses are designed to help you develop your subject knowledge and pedagogical content knowledge in key areas of chemistry – at your own pace. In fact, the flexibility to complete topics in the order most useful to you, whenever and wherever you choose, is a key benefit of learning this way.
All our online CPD courses have passed the Royal Society of Chemistry’s CPD training approval process, so once you finish the course you can download a certificate for your professional development record.
The National STEM Learning Network is the largest UK provider of subject-specific CPD for teachers and technicians working with pupils aged 5 to 19.
Through a range of bursaries they offer affordable CPD for science, design and technology, computing, engineering and mathematics. They have been successfully running courses for more than 10 years: 97% of course participants state a proven impact on their teaching, with 93% reporting a direct impact on pupils.
The Primary Science Quality Mark (PSQM) is a well-known and respected national award programme that enables primary schools across the UK to evaluate, strengthen and celebrate their science provision.
The three types of award provided by PSQM are made to schools after a year-long programme of support and mentoring results in improved science learning experiences for pupils. So far, over 2,500 schools from across the UK have achieved a PSQM award.
We provide funding that allows hub leaders to offer additional CPD with grants of £500.
Project ENTHUSE is a partnership of government, charities and employers that have come together to bring about inspired science teaching through the CPD of teachers of science and technicians across the UK.
The ENTHUSE Partners are the Wellcome Trust, the Department for Education, BAE Systems, BP, Institution of Engineering and Technology, Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Rolls-Royce and Royal Society of Chemistry.
Dr Yusuf Hamied generously donated £800,000 to the Royal Society of Chemistry and the Salters Institute, in order to support chemistry education in India.
As part of the programme, we are developing face-to-face CPD courses for Indian chemistry teachers. We will support the most talented teachers to train their colleagues, so that we can reach thousands of teachers across the country.
Find out more about the Hamied Inspirational Chemistry Programme.