On 9th May we are bringing together a selection of senior and academic staff from across schools, academies and MATs to hear from the Department for Education and Sir Andrew Carter as they discuss best practice methods for delivering high-quality teaching apprenticeships at our interactive forum in Central London.
In order to reach the government’s target of delivering 3 million new public sector apprenticeships, it is imperative that schools fully utilise the apprenticeship levy to deliver postgraduate teaching apprenticeships and ensure they are fully prepared for the financial implications of this extended training.
While sector leaders will share updates on the implementation of these apprenticeships and how to ensure these meet the requirements of the Teaching Standard, delegates will also hear best practice from institutions that can be applied and tailored for use to deliver outstanding training opportunities.
70% of places allocated. Register online or call 0203 770 6580 for further assistance.
Confirmed morning keynote from the Department for Education
Caroline Jones, Head of Routes into Teaching, Department for Education
Outlining the Government’s Vision for Delivering Teaching Apprenticeships
- Sharing an update on the roll out of teaching apprenticeships so far, and the progress being made in ensuring that apprentices make up 2.3% of the school workforce by 2021
- Summarising the various options for structuring and delivering teaching apprenticeships, including a 12-month apprenticeship or a 4 term programme
- Considering the content quality when assessing teaching apprenticeships, and when Level 7 credits can be offered for Level 6 programmes when the required criteria is met
- Discussing the benefits of the extended QTS period and how this will ensure higher teaching standards among apprentices upon qualifying as teachers
- Understanding the process for how non-levy paying schools can also offer postgraduate teaching apprenticeships
Also leading in discussion
Sir Andrew Carter KBE, CEO – Surrey South Farnham SCITT
Claire Harnden, Deputy CEO – South Farnham Educational Trust
Special keynote: Evaluating the development of postgraduate teaching apprenticeships
Emma Hollis, Executive Director – NASBTT
Afternoon keynote: Making apprenticeships work for every school
Amy Harper, Director – Teach South East SCITT
Case study: Successfully delivering postgraduate teaching apprenticeships as a SCITT
Simon Martin, Further Education Lead – Academy Transformation Trust (ATT)
Case study: Becoming an approved apprenticeship training provider
Kerry Bishop, Apprenticeship & Qualifications Development Manager – Local Government Shared Services (LGSS)
Case study: Providing teaching apprenticeships across local Authorities – A shared services approach
Robyn Johnstone, CEO – Education Placement Group
James Noble-Rogers, Executive Director – University Council for the Education of Teachers (UCET)
Full CPD Agenda can viewed online. Secure your place online or call 0203 770 6580