Early Years Initial Teacher Training: Graduate Employment Based Route

Middlesex University
En London (Inglaterra)

£ 14.000 - ($ 273.431)
IVA inc.

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  • Postgraduate
  • London (Inglaterra)
  • Duración:
    1 Year
  • Cuándo:
    Octubre
Descripción

As an Early Years ITT Graduate Employment Based trainee you will work towards the Teachers’ Standards (Early Years) and achieve Early Years Teacher Status (EYTS). Early Years Initial Teacher Training: Graduate Employment Based Route



This 12 month part time training route enables you to work towards Early Years Teacher Status (EYTS) whilst being employed in an early years setting. You can access this route if you are employed in an early years setting, including as a childminder, if you require training and further experience to demonstrate the Teachers’ Standards (Early Years) or if you are newly recruited to an early years setting in order to undertake Early Years ITT. During your training your working timetable should be no more than 90 per cent of your full time working hours. This will enable you to be released for training days, study and placements to...

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¿Qué objetivos tiene esta formación?

Requisitos: Interviews, entrance tests, portfolios and auditions All applicants for Early Years ITT are required to pass the Department for Education professional skills tests in numeracy and literacy. If you haven't passed the professional skills tests at the time of your interview, your offer will be conditional on passing the tests by an assigned date.

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Dónde se enseña y en qué fechas

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Octubre
London
The Burroughs, NW4 4BT, London, Inglaterra
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¿Qué aprendés en este curso?

Early Years
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Initial Teacher
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Skills
Coursework
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Temario

The PG Cert Professional Practice in Early Years Foundation Stage Teaching includes weekly lectures and seminars on early years theory, policy, education and care practices, closely referenced to the Teachers’ Standards (Early Years) and the professional knowledge and skills required by early years teachers. Opportunities are provided through small group supervision sessions to share ideas and reflect on your academic learning and your practice with young children with an experienced early years tutor. The PG Cert assessment has been designed to enable you to reflect on your knowledge and understanding of young children’s learning and development alongside the experiences of professional teaching practice that you gain from your role in your work place and on placement.

There are 2 components to the PG Cert which are assessed by coursework and cross referenced against the Teachers’ Standards (Early Years).

Module 1: Professional knowledge and skills for the Early Years Teacher
The academic credits for this part of the programme track the process of your professional training and your capacity to reflect on your developing role as an Early Years Teacher in leading practice with children from birth to five years.

Module 2: Work Based Learning Project
The focus of the project is on leading change within your early years placement setting by developing an aspect of professional practice.

As a Graduate Employment Based trainee we recognise that you will have unique training needs. To ensure that you have sufficient training and placement opportunities to meet all aspects of the Teachers’ Standards (Early Years), we will work with you to create an individual training plan, in consultation with your employer, to establish the pattern of your attendance and your training needs.

Información adicional

Funding of £14,000 is available to train and support you to become an Early Years Teacher

£7,000 training fee
up to £7,000 employer incentive which is intended to contribute towards costs incurred by the employer in supporting and employing the trainee during their training and could include:
supply cover
salary enhancements
employment costs
National Insurance and other overheads