When it comes to the professional development for the in-service staff, needs analysis becomes and essentiality that helps how to organize what for whom. During the past decades in Malaysia, English language teachers have encountered changing regulations for which they have had to set up their teaching methods well suited. For any of the language policy changes in the educational system, the English language teachers have been expected to learn how to adapt and implement the procedures. Throughout this book, the author has probed the language teacher's past PD experiences and the administrators’ follow-up feedback as well as their PD needs and interests. The findings shed light on the areas of high and low professional concerns. This information could potentially back up the education administrators in decision making and designing ongoing developmental activities for the English language teachers.