Early 2022 dates announced for the New Teacher Programme and Teaching T Levels courses

The Education and Training Foundation (ETF) has announced new dates for its popular role specific courses — New Teacher Programme and Teaching T Levels. They will take place live online from January to March 2022 and can be booked now.

Delivered by providers with direct experience teaching T Levels, these courses will enable front line teachers and support staff to update their teaching practice and planning methods, as well as a chance to pick up tips and useful feedback.

Further details about the role specific courses on offer and how to book are available below.

New Teacher Programme – for those who are new to teaching and want to develop an understanding of ways in which we all learn, the breadth of the learner cohort found in technical education, and teaching strategies and planning methods appropriate to their learning cohorts.

Available dates in 2022:

  • 17 and 24 January at 9.30am -11.30am and 2pm – 4pm.
  • 10 and 14 March at 10am -12pm and 2pm – 4pm.

Booking must be made via the T Level Professional Development Platform

Teaching T Levels: Enhancing Pedagogy – for those aiming to advance their understanding of effective pedagogy and to hear examples of learning theory and practice which will help with their own teaching.

Available dates in 2022:

  • 25 January at 10am – 12pm and 1pm – 3pm.
  • 11 March at 10am -12pm and 2pm – 4pm.

Booking must be made via the T Level Professional Development Platform  

Teaching T Levels: Vocational and Professional Upskilling – for those who want to update their vocational and professional practice, knowledge, and skills. Learn how T Levels have been designed and how developing vocational expertise can align to organisational, regional, and national priorities.

Available dates in 2022:

  • 2 February at 10am – 12pm and 1pm – 3pm.
  • 14 February at 10am -12pm and 1pm – 3pm.
  • 30 March at 3pm – 5pm.
  • 1 April at 9.30am – 11.30am.

Booking must be made via the T Level Professional Development Platform  

To find out more about the nature of these courses and the T Level Professional Development (TLPD) in general, please visit the TLPD page. You can also contact your Area Relationship and Development Lead for further information about anything else.

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