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  • SCITT = school-centred initial teacher training All training takes place in schools Once accredited by the Teacher Training Agency, SCITT can award QTS

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  • Durham Secondary Applied SCITT Steven Harness www.durhamscitt.org “ Bringing the world of work alive in the classroom”
  • Woodham Community Technology College
    • 11 – 18 Technology College
    • 1200 students
    • Small New Town located in North East
    • Strong Vocational Programme
    • Young Apprenticeship
    • Vocational Teacher Training
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  • Background (Durham Secondment) 2002
    • Key Stage 4 in 36 secondary schools
    • Major Issue - vocational education
      • Planned growth in voc. courses
      • Lack of teaching expertise
      • Poor work based provision
      • Issues of sustainability
      • Collaboration difficult and volatile
      • VERY HIGH EXPECTATIONS !!
  • SCITT -Rationale
    • Development of 14-19 curriculum requires specialist teachers
    • Attract trainees with relevant work-related experience.
    • Demand forecasts high
    • Nowhere locally provides this training
    • Home-grow our own teachers with unique training programme
  • Durham SCITT - Structure
    • Partnership of 33 schools in Co.Durham
    • Woodham is designated Lead School
    • Full and active support from
      • Durham LEA
      • LSC
      • Bishop Auckland College
      • TDA
  • Durham SCITT - Structure 2
    • Budget - £450,000
    • 1.5 full time staff
    • Dedicated Premises - Digital Factory
    • Network of
      • Professional tutors
      • Occasional Lecturers
      • Subject Tutors
  • Facilities Digital Factory
    • Lecture Room
    • 2 Seminar rooms
    • Refectory
    • 2 ICT rooms
    • Admin Office
  • Durham SCITT - Trainee Places
    • Applied ICT (7)
    • Health & Social Care (7)
    • Leisure & Tourism (7)
    • Applied Science (6)
    • Applied Art & Design (5)
  • Entry Requirements
    • GCSE grade C or better in English and Mathematics
    • A degree or equivalent qualification
    • Able to demonstrate sufficient subject knowledge to be able to teach specialism by the end of the course
  • Case studies Francine Childhood Studies Degree Learning Support ASST. SEN Support Worker Athletics Counsellor Sure Start New Mother Support Counsellor
  • Case studies Francine QTS and PGCE 2006 First teaching post across 3 schools Pioneering Care Centre Young Apprenticeship H&SC Post 16 H&SC
  • The Course
    • One-year full-time course.
    • 5 elements:
    • General Professional Studies Programme
    • Applied Specialism Programme
    • Individual Studies Programme
    • Classroom Practice Programme
    • PGCE module
  • Subject Allocations
    • Applied ICT (7)
    • Health & Social Care (7)
    • Leisure & Tourism (7)
    • Applied Science (6)
    • Applied Art & Design (5)
  • Assessment
    • Assessed against QTS standards Assessment through a series of short assignments and observation of teaching
    • Assessment carried out by Durham Secondary Applied SCITT. Validated by external examiner.
    • PGCE assessed by University of Durham (2 long essays)
  • Trainee Finance
    • Tuition fees £3000 (up to £2700 maintenance grant available)
    • £6 000 (£9000 Applied ICT and Applied Science) training bursary paid monthly
    • Golden Hello on completion of first year after award of QTS in Applied ICT and Applied Science
  • Case studies Karen Computing Science Degree Computer Auditor Systems Programmer - Engineering Farm manager
  • Case studies Sarah Textile Design Degree Office Administration Tour Guide Retail Fashion Buyer
  • Case studies Andrew Zoology Degree Travel Sales Adviser Musical Director on Cruise ships Musician / entertainer Kitchen Designer
  • Future Developments
    • Move to a new £6m Industrial Learning Centre 2008
    • Centre for CPD and vocational teacher networks
    • Collaboration with FE teacher training
    • Extend the range of subjects & number of trainees
    • Focus for work based providers to train
  • Further Enquiries
    • Cath Sewell or Pip Jenkinson
    • Woodham Community Technology College
    • Wolsey Close
    • Newton Aycliffe
    • County Durham
    • DL5 4AX
    • Tel: 01325 300328
    • Email [email_address]