School-based Professional Development Booking Form

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A 4 page downloadable general enquiry form for PLD’s school-based professional development.

Step 1: Download the PDF booking form above or one of the following options.

Step 2: Complete and submit the paper-based form to mail@pld-literacy.org. Note: This is a provisional booking only.

Step 3: PLD will call you to discuss your booking and confirm your expectations from the session. We will provide you with an invoice for the booking, a 20% deposit will be required to secure the date.

Step 4: Your booking is confirmed once PLD receives the 20% deposit.

 

If you would like to make an instant booking, view our interactive online calendar HERE.

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