NASBTT is pleased to have worked with the Department for Education (DfE) supporting the development of new provider-friendly video resources on Intensive Training and Practice (ITaP).

Together with Delta Academies Trust, Edge Hill University, Keele and North Staffordshire Teacher Education, Somerset SCITT Consortium, Sheffield Hallam University, SWIFT Teacher Training and United Teaching National SCITT, NASBTT has lead the creation of six ITaP videos for the DfE’s ITT Market and Providers Unit.

Emma Hollis, Executive Director, NASBTT and James Coleman, Head of Operations, NASBTT have conducted interviews with each ITT provider, with topics ranging from selecting the most useful ITaP topics, the difference between general training and ITaP, and rehearsal and practice, to design and delivery by experts and quality assurance, and measuring and understanding impact. The questions have been tested with DfE Associates, including Professor Samantha Twiselton OBE who is developing updated ITaP guidance.

These thematic videos captured ITT providers’ early exploration of different approaches to ITaP and are designed to help providers to prepare for the expectations for September 2024.