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Programme Details

 

The PGDE NQT/RQT Enhancement Programme will provide an opportunity for you to engage critically with your own professional practice during your induction year and beyond and equip you with the knowledge, skills and understanding essential to become effective and competent teaching practitioners.

Both accredited and non-accredited routes are available for NQTs and RQTs to enrol onto.  

 

Programme Aims

The programme aims to provide you with: 

  • The knowledge, skills and understanding essential to become an effective and competent teaching practitioner
  • The skills to critically reflect so that you can improve on your own practice and make a significant contribution to improving your classroom practice and raising achievement 
  • The opportunity, and context, to engage critically with your own professional experiences. 


What will the programme include*?

  • Three NQT/RQT Conferences that will take place at significant points throughout 2016-2017 (one per term). Workshops and lectures will be led by guest speakers and experts in the field of education
  • Free/subsidised CPD opportunities throughout the year.
  • Access to teaching resources online (via Moodle and the website).
  • Student email account, library access (borrowing rights for up to 3 books) and NQT/RQT Moodle account.


For further information please email nqt@hope.ac.uk 

Conferences/CPD

 

Three key conferences will be delivered throughout 2016-2017. These will take place:

Friday 21st October 2016 -  Female Genital Mutilation: safeguarding procedures in school 

Friday 17th February 2017 - Life in Modern Britain: Mental Health – supporting your own and your pupils’ wellbeing

Friday 16th June 2017 - Brave the Rage: Behaviour Management - solutions to bullying and anger

In each conference a range of lectures, workshops and critical discussion will take place. Key themes will be addressed every year, depending on school, government and trainee needs. These may include:
  • Importance of School Community
  • Behaviour Management and Teacher Identity
  • Counter Terrorism Act & Security Act 2015
  • SEN in Practice
  • Policy: Government Priorities and Directives

Each conference will provide the opportunity to network with other NQTs and RQTs and speak with tutors/experts here at Liverpool Hope. For further details on the conferences or how to book please email nqt@hope.ac.uk

Details of further accredited and non-accredited CPD available at Liverpool Hope University can be found by clicking here and selecting the appropriate accredited or non-accredited tab on the page.

Useful Links

Please find below a range of links and documents that may be useful to you during your induction year:


NQT Professional Development Passport

Your Induction Year

Statutory Induction for NQTS in England (DFE Statutory Guidance)

Induction Appeals Procedures 

Professional Standards

Initial Teacher Education Handbook


Please find below a link to Liverpool Children and Young People's Service and relevant Diocesan Boards which will also have a duty to make sure all NQT's have met the standards set by the Department for Education. A programme of training is also provided which will supplement your school's own induction programme:

Local Authorities: 

Liverpool Local Authority 

Warrington Local Authority

Sefton Council

Dioceses:

The Archdiocese of Liverpool

Diocese of Shrewsbury

Diocese of Lancaster


For those of you searching for a teaching position keep up to date with TES Jobs. 

Also, try reading the NUT's comprehensive guide to finding your first teaching post. It contains information on the job application arrangements for all local authorities in England and Wales and gives essential tips for success in your application.  

The Liverpool Hope University NQT/RQT Facebook page also regularly posts job vacancies, take a look here

 

NQT/RQT Library Access

To gain access to the Library services at Liverpool Hope you will need to apply as a visitor to the library which will give you 3 loans and a kit as well as use of the physical spaces and photocopiers. To do this, you need to visit the following link, read the information and download and return the visitor application form: http://www.hope.ac.uk/lifeathope/libraryandlearningspaces/visitors/ On the form please tick the Teacher Visitor box, you will also need to provide a passport-size photograph and bring proof of identity.

 

Supportive Resources

‌Please find a range of resources below that will of use to you during your NQT induction year.

http://www.et-foundation.co.uk/ Education and Training Foundation (Provides opportunities for CPD in FE.)

‌Please find a range of resources below that will of use to you during your NQT induction year.

https://set.et-foundation.co.uk/professionalism/qtls/ Society for Education and Training (Explains process for how to achieve QTLS status.)

https://www.gov.uk/government/policies/further-education-and-training Link to DfE Further Education and Training page. 

https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/send-code-of-practice-0-to-25 DfE SEND Code of Practice: 0-25 years

Keeping Children Safe DfE Document.

Professional Associations

http://www.et-foundation.co.uk/ The Education & Training Foundation

https://www.aoc.co.uk/ Association of Colleges

https://set.et-foundation.co.uk/about-us/  Society for Education and Training SET

https://www.aelp.org.uk/ Association of Employment and Learning Providers

http://holex.org.uk/the-aaeto-board/ Association of Adult Education and Training Organisations


Assessment

Assessment AFL Terminology
Assessment AFL Tips
Assessment and Accountability
Assessment Beyond Levels Report
Assessment Commission Report Document
Grading the new GCSEs in 2017 

Contact

 

If you would like any further information with regards to NQT/RQT engagement, please contact:

 

The NQT Team 

Liverpool Hope University

Hope Park

Liverpool

L16 9JD

 

E: nqt@hope.ac.uk

T: 0151 291 3061

Programme Details

 

The PGDE NQT/RQT Enhancement Programme will provide an opportunity for you to engage critically with your own professional practice during your induction year and beyond and equip you with the knowledge, skills and understanding essential to become effective and competent teaching practitioners.

Both accredited and non-accredited routes are available for NQTs and RQTs to enrol onto.  

 

Programme Aims

The programme aims to provide you with: 

  • The knowledge, skills and understanding essential to become an effective and competent teaching practitioner
  • The skills to critically reflect so that you can improve on your own practice and make a significant contribution to improving your classroom practice and raising achievement 
  • The opportunity, and context, to engage critically with your own professional experiences. 


What will the programme include*?

  • Three NQT/RQT Conferences that will take place at significant points throughout 2016-2017 (one per term). Workshops and lectures will be led by guest speakers and experts in the field of education
  • Free/subsidised CPD opportunities throughout the year.
  • Access to teaching resources online (via Moodle and the website).
  • Student email account, library access (borrowing rights for up to 3 books) and NQT/RQT Moodle account.


For further information please email nqt@hope.ac.uk 

Conferences/CPD

 

Three key conferences will be delivered throughout 2016-2017. These will take place:

Friday 21st October 2016 -  Female Genital Mutilation: safeguarding procedures in school 

Friday 17th February 2017 - Life in Modern Britain: Mental Health – supporting your own and your pupils’ wellbeing

Friday 16th June 2017 - Brave the Rage: Behaviour Management - solutions to bullying and anger

In each conference a range of lectures, workshops and critical discussion will take place. Key themes will be addressed every year, depending on school, government and trainee needs. These may include:
  • Importance of School Community
  • Behaviour Management and Teacher Identity
  • Counter Terrorism Act & Security Act 2015
  • SEN in Practice
  • Policy: Government Priorities and Directives

Each conference will provide the opportunity to network with other NQTs and RQTs and speak with tutors/experts here at Liverpool Hope. For further details on the conferences or how to book please email nqt@hope.ac.uk

Details of further accredited and non-accredited CPD available at Liverpool Hope University can be found by clicking here and selecting the appropriate accredited or non-accredited tab on the page.

Useful Links

Please find below a range of links and documents that may be useful to you during your induction year:


NQT Professional Development Passport

Your Induction Year

Statutory Induction for NQTS in England (DFE Statutory Guidance)

Induction Appeals Procedures 

Professional Standards

Initial Teacher Education Handbook


Please find below a link to Liverpool Children and Young People's Service and relevant Diocesan Boards which will also have a duty to make sure all NQT's have met the standards set by the Department for Education. A programme of training is also provided which will supplement your school's own induction programme:

Local Authorities: 

Liverpool Local Authority 

Warrington Local Authority

Sefton Council

Dioceses:

The Archdiocese of Liverpool

Diocese of Shrewsbury

Diocese of Lancaster


For those of you searching for a teaching position keep up to date with TES Jobs. 

Also, try reading the NUT's comprehensive guide to finding your first teaching post. It contains information on the job application arrangements for all local authorities in England and Wales and gives essential tips for success in your application.  

The Liverpool Hope University NQT/RQT Facebook page also regularly posts job vacancies, take a look here

 

NQT/RQT Library Access

To gain access to the Library services at Liverpool Hope you will need to apply as a visitor to the library which will give you 3 loans and a kit as well as use of the physical spaces and photocopiers. To do this, you need to visit the following link, read the information and download and return the visitor application form: http://www.hope.ac.uk/lifeathope/libraryandlearningspaces/visitors/ On the form please tick the Teacher Visitor box, you will also need to provide a passport-size photograph and bring proof of identity.

 

Supportive Resources

‌Please find a range of resources below that will of use to you during your NQT induction year.

http://www.et-foundation.co.uk/ Education and Training Foundation (Provides opportunities for CPD in FE.)

‌Please find a range of resources below that will of use to you during your NQT induction year.

https://set.et-foundation.co.uk/professionalism/qtls/ Society for Education and Training (Explains process for how to achieve QTLS status.)

https://www.gov.uk/government/policies/further-education-and-training Link to DfE Further Education and Training page. 

https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/send-code-of-practice-0-to-25 DfE SEND Code of Practice: 0-25 years

Keeping Children Safe DfE Document.

Professional Associations

http://www.et-foundation.co.uk/ The Education & Training Foundation

https://www.aoc.co.uk/ Association of Colleges

https://set.et-foundation.co.uk/about-us/  Society for Education and Training SET

https://www.aelp.org.uk/ Association of Employment and Learning Providers

http://holex.org.uk/the-aaeto-board/ Association of Adult Education and Training Organisations


Assessment

Assessment AFL Terminology
Assessment AFL Tips
Assessment and Accountability
Assessment Beyond Levels Report
Assessment Commission Report Document
Grading the new GCSEs in 2017 

Contact

 

If you would like any further information with regards to NQT/RQT engagement, please contact:

 

The NQT Team 

Liverpool Hope University

Hope Park

Liverpool

L16 9JD

 

E: nqt@hope.ac.uk

T: 0151 291 3061