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Assessment Only Route to Qualified Teacher Status (QTS)

英国教师资格证(QTS)评估项目

Sept·Jan·Apr

Start date

12 weeks

Course duration

£3,000

Course fees

9月·1月·4月

开始日期

12周

课程时间

£3000

课程费用

Course information

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The AO Route to Qualified Teacher Status is a fast-track route (maximum 12 weeks) to gain Qualified Teacher Status for teachers with two or more years’ teaching experience.

Qualified Teacher Status is the United Kingdom’s professional accreditation for teaching. It is often required by schools in the UK.  The University of Buckingham is one of the leading providers of QTS.

The Assessment Only Route is a fast-track route (maximum 12 weeks) to gain Qualified Teacher Status for teachers with two or more years’ teaching experience.

Applications are welcome from teachers, who do not hold Qualified Teacher Status, currently teaching in a school in the UK or abroad, providing they meet the necessary criteria. Schools may be state-maintained or independent. International schools abroad must be following the English national curriculum or IB curriculum.

Course content

Assessment Only candidates may apply for a September, January or April start date. The AO Route to Qualified Teacher Status consists of three Assessment Processes.

The first is an assessment of the candidate’s application, which may include a request to supply additional information. Once a candidate is accepted onto the route, they will undergo two assessment days in their school. The Initial Assessment Day will judge whether the candidate is likely to meet all of the QTS Teachers’ Standards within a maximum 12 week period without any further training. The Final Assessment Day will take place within 12 weeks from the Initial Assessment and will determine whether the candidate meets all of the Teachers’ Standards.

In order to assess many of the criteria for the award of QTS, during the initial assessment day the Tutor will interview the candidate, hold meetings with the candidate’s line manager, mentor and the school’s professional tutor, conduct at least 3 lesson observations and will scrutinize the candidate’s planning, marking, report writing and professional development. The candidate will also be required to produce a Teaching & Learning File (TLF). This serves as a portfolio of evidence in support of the candidate’s application for passing the Teachers’ Standards. The file is used by the candidate to showcase evidence over time in meeting the Teachers’ Standards.

Entry requirements

For entry onto the Assessment Only Route, you will be expected to have the following qualifications:

  • A first degree from a UK University or equivalent.
  • GCSE in English, Maths and a Science at grade C/4 or above (or equivalent).
  • You must be employed in a school.

In addition, you must:

  • Have two years’ teaching experience in at least two contrasting schools, one of which may be your current school. (For candidates who have taught in only one school, a minimum three-week teaching placement in another school will be required prior to the start of the course.)
  • Demonstrate that you meet all of the Teaching Standards across the age-range of assessment, as stipulated by the Department of Education.
  • Be teaching your subject to full classes for at least 50% (approximately 12 hours per week) of a full school timetable in the assessed age range
  • Demonstrate competence in basic literacy and numeracy.
  • Show you have the health and physical capacity to teach.
  • Satisfy criteria based on suitability and aptitude for teaching. This includes Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) criminal records checks and children’s barred list information. Candidates who have lived or worked outside the UK must undergo the same checks as all other staff in schools and colleges. In addition, further checks may be carried out. The Home Office has published guidance on criminal record checks for overseas applicants.

The employing school must be able to fully support a candidate through the course, enabling them to demonstrate all of the Teachers’ Standards across the full age and ability range of training, and cannot have been graded as inadequate by Ofsted.

Fees

£3,000

International trainees will also be expected to cover any visa, flight, accommodation, travel and sustenance costs incurred whilst the University tutor visits.

How to apply

Please use the ‘Apply’ button or contact info@bise.org.

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课程资料

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对于有两年或两年以上教学经验的教师来说,英国教师资格证(QTS)评估项目(AO)是获得英国教师资格证(QTS)的快速通道(最长12周)。

QTS是英国对教师的专业认证。它通常是英国学校招聘教师的硬性要求。白金汉大学是英国教师资格证(QTS)的主要培训提供方之一。

本项目(通过一个为期12周的评估过程)是获取该资格认证的快捷途径,项目面向具有两年或两年以上教学经验教师开放。

本课程适合尚未取得英国教师资格证(QTS),同时正在英国或海外的学校任教,并且符合必要标准的教师申请。申请人任职学校可以是英国公立学校或私立学校。英国以外地区的国际化学校必须使用英式课程体系或IB课程体系。

课程内容

对本课程感兴趣的申请者可以选择9月、1月或4月作为开课时间。

教师资格认证途径包括三个评估过程,包括对申请材料的评估及两个在校评估日。

学院首先对申请人的申请材料进行评估,包括可能要求申请人提供额外的信息或材料。一旦被录取,申请人将在任职学校接受两天的评估。第一个评估日将用来判断候选人是否有可能在不需要进一步培训的情况下,在最长12周内达到QTS标准。第二个评估日将在第一个评估日后的12周内进行,以确定候选人是否符合所有QTS所要求的教师标准。

为了对QTS标准要求的多个领域进行评估,在第一个评估日导师将面试申请人,与候选人的直线领导、导师和学校的专业指导老师召开会议, 对申请人进行至少3次课堂观察,并对申请人的课程计划、批改、报告编写和专业发展进行审查。此外,申请人还需要提供教学文件(TLF)。该文件将作为证明,以支持申请人通过QTS所要求的教师标准。以上所有文档将被申请人用来作为在一段时间内展示自己符合教师标准要求的依据。

入学要求

申请英国教师资格认证(QTS)评估项目,你需要满足以下条件:

  • 英国大学学士学位或同等学历。
  • 英国普通中等教育证书(GCSE)的英语和数学等级为C/4或以上(或同等水平证书),如果教授对象为5-11岁的学生,则需要提供科学课成绩证明。
  • 当前在学校工作。

除此之外,你必须满足:

  • 至少在两所不同的学校有两年以上教学经验,其中一所可以是你现在在职的学校。(对于只在一所学校任教过的申请人,在课程开始前,需要在另一所学校进行至少为期三周的教学实习。)。
  • 证明你符合英国教育部规定的所有年龄段的教学标准。
  • 根据你的科目,面向整班授课,至少完成学校课表规定课时的50%时间(大约每周12小时)。
  • 展示基本的读写和算术能力。
  • 表现出你有支持教学的身体素质和心理能力。
  • 满足基于适合性和教学能力的要求。这包括披露和禁止服务(DBS)犯罪记录检查和儿童行业禁入名单信息核查。在英国以外居住或工作的申请人必须接受与其他学校和大学职员同样的入职调查,或进一步的检查。更多细节可参考英国内政部发布的关于检查海外申请者犯罪记录的指导意见。

申请人所在学校必须能够在整个课程中充分支持申请人,帮助申请人在整个学龄和能力的培训范围内发挥出所有相关的教师标准。申请人所在学校在接受Ofsted考评时,不能被定级为不合格。

费用

3000英镑

国际学员还将承担大学导师访问期间的签证、飞行、住宿、旅行和生活费。

如何申请

请点击申请按钮,在线提交信息并申请。或联系info@bise.org。

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