How to apply Me pēhea te tono

Applications for regionally-allocated PLD are made through the online PLD system. You will need an Education Sector Logon (ESL) to access it. Once you have have set up your ESL, your school or kura's delegated authoriser will need to give you access to the online PLD system. Only one user from each school or kura can create and edit an application.

The online PLD system replaces the previous PLD journal spreadsheet. If you have PLD that began before term 1 2020 and are using the PLD journal spreadsheet, continue to use it until you have completed your PLD journey and the final report is submitted.

Please send PLD journals to pld.journal@education.govt.nz and your regional offices for processing.

Ka tono mō te PLD ā-rohe mā te pūnaha tuihono PLD. Me whiwhi tētahi Education Sector Logon (arā, he ESL), ki te uru atu ki reira. Ka riro i a koe te ESL, kia tuku te kaiwhakamana o tō kura i te āheinga uru ki a koe ki te pūnaha tuihono PLD. Kotahi anake te kaiwhakamahi nō ia kura ka whakaaetia ki te hanga, ki te whakahou hoki i tētahi tono.

Ka whakakapi te pūnaha tuihono PLD i te ripanga hautaka PLD o mua. Mehemea he PLD tāu i tīmata ai i mua i te wāhanga 1 o 2020, ā, e whakamahi ana koe i te ripanga hautaka PLD, tēnā, whakamahia tonutia kia oti i a koe tō haerenga PLD, ā, kua tukuna te pūrongo whakamutunga.

Tēnā, tukuna ngā hautaka PLD ki pld.journal@education.govt.nz ki ō tari ā-rohe hoki kia whakahaeretia ai.

Identify your PLD priority

Regionally-allocated PLD must align with one or more of the PLD priorities. Aligning with a PLD priority is one of the criteria for applications.

Find out all the criteria for applications and what regional allocation panels look for in an application.

You can select more than one priority. Panels look at how well your request aligns with the chosen priorities and the needs identified in your region, rather than how many priorities you select.

Tautohua tō whāinga tōmua PLD

Me hāngai te PLD ā-rohe ki tētahi, ki ētahi rānei o ngā whāinga tōmua PLD. Ko te hāngai ki tētahi whāinga tōmua PLD tētahi paearu mō ngā tono.

Rapua ngā paearu katoa mō ngā tono me ngā mea e rapua ana i roto i te tono e ngā pae tuari ā-rohe.

Ka āhei koe te kōwhiri kia nui ake i te kotahi whāinga tōmua. Ka tiro atu ngā rōpū ki te pai rānei o ngā whāinga tōmua kua kōwhiria, me ngā hiahia i tō rohe, ehara ko te maha o ngā whiringa tōmua ka kōwhiria.

Draft your application Whakaritea tō tono hukihuki

You can draft your application directly into the online PLD system. Each section will save as you go, so you can log off and complete your application later.

You may like to draft your application in a separate document, and copy and paste your answers into the system later. A 'drafting your PLD proposal' worksheet can be downloaded from help and guides to support you.

In the online PLD system answers have a 2,500 character limit, including spaces (approx. 250–350 words).

In your application, answer these questions:

  • What do you want to achieve with this PLD? What journey is your kura, school, cluster or Kāhui Ako on that this proposal will contribute to?
  • Why do you want to do this PLD? What evidence are you using to show that this proposal will support your journey?
  • How will you measure if this PLD is successful? How might it contribute to growing your kaiako, teachers, school leaders or tumuaki?
  • How will this PLD contribute to growing your ākonga and students?

Ka āhei te hoahoa tōtika i tō tono ki te pūnaha PLD ā-tuihono. Ka tiakina ia wāhanga ka mahi ai koe, nā, e taea ana te takiputa me te whakaoti i tō tono āmuri atu.

Ka pīrangi pea koe ki te tuhi i tō tono hukihuki ki tētahi puka motuhake, ā, āmuri atu ka tārua, ka whakapiri hoki i ō urupare ki roto i te pūnaha. Ka taea te tikiake i te pukamahi marohi PLD i te āwhina me ngā aratohu kaiwhakarato (help and user guides) ki te tautoko i tō tuhi i tō marohi.

He 2,500 te tepe pūtohu o ngā urupare pūnaha PLD ā-tuihono, tae ana ki ngā mokowā (tōna 250-350 kupu).

Whakautua ēnei pātai ki tō tono:

  • He aha ō whāinga i tēnei PLD? He aha te haerenga o tō school, kura, cluster, Kāhui Ako rānei ka whiwhi tāpaetanga i tēnei marohi?
  • He aha koe/koutou e pīrangi ai te mahi i tēnei PLD? He aha te taunaki e whakamahia ana kia whakaatu i te tautoko o tēnei marohi i tō haerenga?
  • Ka pēhea koe/koutou e ine ai i te angitu o tēnei PLD? Ka pēhea pea te āwhina i te whakatupu i ō kaiako, kaihautū kura, tumuaki rānei?
  • Ka pēhea tēnei PLD e āwhina ai ki te whakatupu i ō ākonga?

Gather supporting information (optional) Whakaemihia te mōhiohio tautoko (he kōwhiringa)

You can attach files to support your PLD request. Supporting information is optional, but it can make your application stronger. 

Supporting information could include: 

  • visuals, hui notes and narratives relating to your PLD needs
  • video files
  • strategic planning documents 
  • indications of progress-to-date in your area of focus.

Ka taea te whakapiri kōnae hei taunaki i tō tono PLD. He mea kōwhiringa te mōhiohio taunaki, engari ka whakapakari pea i tō tono.

Tae ana pea te mōhiohio taunaki ki:

  • ngā whakaahua, tuhipoka, kōrero whakamārama e hāngai ana ki ō hiahia PLD
  • ngā kōnae ataata
  • ngā puka whakamahere rautaki
  • ngā tūtohu o te ahunga whakamua tae noa ki tēnei wā i tō wāhanga arotahi.

Submit your application Tukua tō tono

  1. Log into the online PLD system using your Education Sector Logon (ESL). The system works best on Google Chrome.
  2. Complete your application online. You may work directly in the online system, or copy and paste answers drafted in a separate document in. 
  3. Remember to click submit! You will receive an email confirming your submission has gone through.

Refer to the user guides and videos for step-by-step instructions on using the online PLD system.

Contact your regional office if you need to make changes once your application has been submitted. Your regional office may contact you if they need more information to process your application.

Your application will be considered by the regional allocation panel at their next meeting. You will be notified of the outcome within five weeks of the closing date.

Go to how regionally-allocated PLD works for information on the entire regionally-allocated PLD process, including using your PLD and submitting milestone reports.

  1. Takiuru ki te pūnaha PLD ā-tuihono mā te whakamahi i tō Education Sector Logon. He pai rawa atu te mahi a te pūnaha ki Google Chrome.
  2. Whakaotia tō tono ki te paetukutuku. Ka taea te mahi tōtika ki te pūnaha tuihono, te tārua me te whakapiri i ngā urupare i whakaritea ki tētahi puka motuhake.
  3. Kia maumahara, pāwhiria tuku! Ka tae atu he īmēra ka whakaūngia kua tae atu tō tono.

Tirohia te aratohu kaiwhakamahi me ngā ataata mō ngā tohutohu o ia mahi mō te whakamahi i te pūnaha PLD ā-tuihono.

Whakapā atu ki tō tari ā-rohe mehemea e hiahia ana koe ki te panoni i tō tono kua tukua kētia. Ka whakapā atu pea tō tari ā-rohe ki a koe ki te hiahiatia he mōhiohio anō ki te tukatuka i tō tono.

Ka whakaaroarotia tō tono e te pae tuari ā-rohe ki tā rātou hui e tū mai ana. Ka whakamōhiotia ngā whakataunga ki ngā kaitono i roto i te rima wiki i muri iho i te rā kati.

Haere ki Te whakahaerenga a te PLD ā-rohe mō te mōhiohio e pā ana ki te tukanga katoa o te tukanga PLD ā-rohe, tae ana ki te whakamahi i tō PLD me te tuku pūrongo kauneke.

Closing dates Ngā rā kati

There are usually four rounds per year for regionally-allocated PLD. After the closing date, regional allocation panels review applications and allocate PLD hours to schools, kura, clusters and Kāhui Ako in their region.

The online PLD system is always open. You can make an application at any time. Applications submitted before midnight on the closing dates will be considered at the next regional allocation panel meeting. Panels usually meet within two weeks of the closing date.

There is no limit to how many applications you can make in a round or year. However, PLD is a limited resource and not all applications are successful. 

Applicants will be notified of the outcome within five weeks of the closing date.

 

Regional allocation panel upcoming dates 

 

9 October 2020

Closing date for next allocation round of PLD proposals

10 – 26 October 2020

Regional allocation panels review PLD proposals

27 October – 6 November 2020

Regional allocation panel meetings held and allocation recommendations made

Within two weeks of the panel meeting

Allocation recommendations approved by Regional Directors and applicants notified of their outcome

Term 1 2021

PLD delivery against the new PLD priorities begins

 

Ko te tikanga e whā ngā rauna i ia tau mō te PLD ā-rohe. Ka taea e koe te tuku tono i ngā wā katoa. Ka tirohia, ka whakaarohia hoki ngā tono ka tukua i mua i te weherua pō o ngā rā kati ki te hui o te pae tuari ā-rohe e tū mai ana. Ko te tikanga, ka hui ngā rōpū i roto i te rua wiki i muri iho i ngā rā kati.

Kāore he tepe o te maha o ngā tono ka taea te tuku i te rauna, i te tau hoki. Heoi anō, he tepe tō te rauemi nei, te PLD, ā, e kore e eke ngā tono katoa.

Ka whakamōhiotia ngā whakataunga ki ngā kaitono i roto i te rima wiki i muri iho i te rā kati.

 

Ngā rā o te rōpū pae tuari ā-rohe e haere mai ana

 

9 Oketopa 2020

Te rā kati mō te tohanga e whai ake nei mō te rauna marohi PLD

10 – 26 Oketopa 2020

Ka arotake ngā rōpū pae tuari ā-rohe i ngā marohi PLD

27 Oketopa – 6 Noema 2020

Ngā hui a te rōpū pae tuari ā-rohe me ngā tūtohu tohanga i puta

I roto i te rua wiki whai muri i te hui o te rōpū

Ngā tūtohu tohanga kua whakaaetia e ngā kaihautū ā-rohe, kaitono hoki ka whakamōhiotia te otinga

Te Wāhanga 1 2021

Ka tīmata te rato kia hāngai ki ngā whāinga tōmua PLD hou