Secondary SCITT overview
SCITT (School Centred Initial Teacher Training) is a 36 week full-time post-graduate teacher training programme. A group of schools take the lead in designing the training programme.
The Titan Secondary SCITT offers training across Key Stages 3 and 4 (11-16 year olds). Successful applicants to our programme will work in at least two of the participating schools gaining experience both in the classroom and in the general day-to-day life of a school.
The course offers Qualified Teacher Status (QTS) and a Post Graduate Certificate in Education (PGCE) with Master's credits. The PGCE qualification is validated by Birmingham City University.
We will be running the course in the following subjects for September 2018:
Design and Technology
Physical Education with an EBacc Subject - Please contact us regarding this new course
The course elements are assessed by:
- Reflective Evaluative Evidence Portfolio – The REEP provides an opportunity for the trainees to submit evidence that demonstrates their competence against the National College of Teaching and Leadership’s Teachers’ Standards (2012)
- Development Log – Trainees keep a reflective log of their training and learning experiences throughout the course. At three points in the training year trainees self-assess against Level Descriptors linked to the Teachers’ Standards.
- Subject Knowledge folder –Trainees track their subject knowledge acquisition and expertise across the year in their audits and compile a folder demonstrating their subject knowledge linked to the National Curriculum.
- Written assignments and a research task presentation. Trainees will study at level 7 in order to gain Masters level credits.