Wednesday, 12th January 2022, 1.00p.m. – 2.30p.m.
Focus: Trainee curriculum – This session will focus on parts 1a and 1b of the accreditation application
Friday, 14th January 2022, 10.00a.m. – 11.30a.m.
Focus: Intensive training and practice – This session will focus on parts 1a and 1b of the accreditation application
Monday, 17th January 2022, 10.00a.m. – 11.30a.m.
Focus: Mentoring – This session will focus on part 1c of the accreditation application
Wednesday, 19th January 2022, 2.00p.m. – 3.30p.m.
Focus: Partnerships – This session will focus on part 2 of the accreditation application
This series of events is Free for NASBTT Members
Delivered online via Zoom
NASBTT is pleased to offer Members a series of free events designed to support providers through the ITT Market Review accreditation process.
Members have the option to attend all four sessions or just the session(s) that suit their needs. All sessions will be recorded (except for the delegate networking aspects). Session recordings will be shared with all registered delegates following the event.
The purpose of these Espresso events will be for providers to come together to discuss their approaches to each of these elements of the application, sharing ideas and early thinking to support one another in the process. The NASBTT Team will be on hand to provide discussion prompts, collate themes and questions for further discussion and to answer any questions they are able (or to seek answers to questions they cannot).
It is important to remember that the application process is not a competitive one. The documentation issued by the DfE makes it clear that:
“Applicants will be assessed against the new Quality Requirements, and there is no preferred size, structure of partnership, or curriculum. There is no minimum or maximum number of providers who can become accredited. Applicants’ compliance with the ITT criteria 2024/25 and the new Quality Requirements will form the basis of all assessment for accreditation.”
We hope, therefore, that providers will feel safe and comfortable to share their thinking in the knowledge that there is strength in a collective voice and a common approach. We do recognise that there may be local sensitivities to be aware of and will, therefore, strive to ensure breakout rooms are geographically diverse to limit any possible conflicts of interest that might otherwise arise.
Emma Hollis, NASBTT Executive Director
James Coleman, NASBTT Education Consultant
Delegate contribution (please be reminded that this is a networking event and will be initiated by delegates)
This event is free for NASBTT Members
The cost for non-members will be £50.00 per delegate.
Please note our payment and cancellation terms apply.
Booking a place
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Joining instructions and Zoom details will follow one week prior to the event.
Please note individual registrations are required for each delegate wishing to attend; registrations cannot be shared.
Please note a separate submission needs to be completed for each delegate booking. Bookings containing more than one delegate’s details cannot be accepted in line with GDPR legislation.
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