Early years teachers

Middlesex University
En London (Inglaterra)

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  • Short course
  • London (Inglaterra)
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The first five years of life are critical in children's development. There is clear evidence that high quality education and childcare during these years has a powerful impact on children as they prepare for later life. The Government is committed to raising the quality of early years provision by encouraging graduate leadership. To support this development and to give every child the best possible start in life, the Government has reviewed the training for professionals working with this age group. Building on the strengths of the Early Years Professional Status programme, from September 2014, the National College for Teaching and Leadership (NCTL) is working with accredited ITT providers to deliver the Early Years Initial Teacher Training.



What is Early Years Initial Teacher Training?

Early Years ITT is the only teacher training focused on the birth to...

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Requisitos: Entry requirements for Early Years Initial Teacher Training (EYITT) are the same as those for primary ITT. All applicants must: have achieved a standard equivalent to a grade C in the GCSE examinations in English, mathematics and a science subject have passed the Professional Skills Tests for Initial Teacher Training prior to entry

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The Burroughs, NW4 4BT, London, Inglaterra
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Early Years
Access
Leadership
IT
Initial Teacher
Teaching
Quality
Government
Quality Training
IT Development
Children
Foundation
Childhood Development
Childcare
Teachers
achievement
Early years
Early
development
professionals working

Programa académico

1. Assessment Only route three months (self funded) Graduates applying for this route will have substantial experience of working with children from birth to five years and be able to demonstrate the Teachers' Standards (Early Years) across the full birth to five age range without further training or placement experience. The assessment only route is a self funded route.

2. Graduate Employment Based route twelve months, part time (NCTL funded) Graduates applying for this route will be employed in an early years setting either:

as a graduate practitioner who requires training and further experience to demonstrate the Teachers' Standards (Early Years) OR
newly recruited to an early years setting in order to undertake early years ITT through an employment based route.
Funding will cover the training course fees and a financial incentive to employers which could include cover or salary enhancement.

3. Graduate Entry Route twelve months, full time (NCTL funded) Graduates applying for this route do not need to have previous experience of practice with young children. Funding will cover the training course fees. Government bursaries are available for applicants with high achievement in their first degree.

4. Practitioners holding a Foundation Degree or equivalent level 5 qualification Foundation Degree practitioners are now required to top up to degree level in order to access either the Assessment Only Route or the Graduate Employment Based Route. The BA Hons top up to Early Childhood Studies provides a graduate level qualification required to access employment based EYITT routes. This access route is no longer funded by NCTL.

Professional skills tests
The professional skills tests for trainee teachers are intended to ensure all teachers have a good grounding in the use of numeracy and literacy in the wider context of the professional role of the teacher, regardless of their specialism or intended teaching age range. The same expectations have to be met by all potential trainees, regardless of their previous qualifications.