Continued professional development (CPD) sounds incredibly impersonal, yet every teacher has their own needs and wants when it comes to developing their practice, knowledge and skills. However, CPD provision is often variable, and all too often a one-size-fits-all approach is taken. Yet CPD is far more than just in-school or external training days; it’s everything a teacher does to improve their practice. Reading, networking, sharing and action research is all part of improving our practice. This chapter explores the role and importance of CPD in the early-career stages and how to plan for CPD. With simple strategies for CPD, advice on how to choose the right CPD and tips on where to go for free or low-cost CPD, this chapter will set new teachers on the right course for developing their professional practice. Supported with snippets of insight on how to make the most of CPD from a range of teachers, school leaders and university professionals from the world of EduTwitter, including the likes of Adrian Bethune, author of ‘Wellbeing in the Primary Classroom: A Practical Guide to Teaching Happiness’, Gill Rowland, Senior Lecturer at Canterbury Christ Church University and Andrew Cowley, Deputy Headteacher and author of ‘The Wellbeing Toolkit’.