The Teaching Trust has developed a highly effective training programme that has been designed to reflect the challenges teachers face in the early stages of their careers within the classroom. It has been structured into 6 core themes, building on the content and approach of the NQT programme, to provide a progressive professional development pathway with practical support, strategies and ideas. The programme will be delivered through a series of interactive sessions designed by a range of Specialist Leaders of Educations (SLEs), Lead Practitioners and Senior Leaders.
Who is this for?
This course is for teachers in their second, third or fourth year of teaching who are looking to take the next step towards middle leadership.
What is the Programme designed to do?
- Improve the skills and confidence of RQTs as they continue their teaching career
- To consider strategies for teaching and learning that lead to excellent outcomes for students
- Focus on the current topics of the moment, led by subject experts and SLEs
- To take the first steps into leadership
What Does the Programme involve?
- 6 half day CPD sessions from 12.00-15.30
- Opportunities for colleagues to network with other RQTs
Click here for The Recently Qualified Teacher Programme flyer.
What does it cost?
The cost for the programme is £300.00 per delegate, including lunch and refreshments. This cost includes: 6 half days training delivered by experienced facilitators, SLEs, Lead Practitioners, Senior Leaders and guest speakers. All necessary resources for the programme will be provided.
Dates & Times
Session 1- Outstanding Teaching & Learning and Action Research Project 8 November 2017
Session 2- Data and its implications & Curriculum Coordination 6 December 2017
Session 3- Half a day of lesson observations 17 January 2018
Session 4- Early Leadership- TLR and Middle Leadership development 7 February 2018
Session 5- Coaching Session- Your career …Where next? Sharing experiences. Addressing issues and developing a forum 13 March 2018
Session 6- Dissemination of Action Research Project and Celebration Event 25 April 2018