You will remember that ICF were commissioned last year to evaluate the whole Advanced Practitioner Development Programme.
Keep the date! This year there will be 125 places and we are delighted to announce that our keynote will be delivered by Professor Rachel Lofthouse of Leeds Beckett University.
QTLS is a professional status gained after achievement of an initial teacher education qualification (Level 5 or above). It is a six-month professional development opportunity underpinned by The Professional Standards.
We are hugely committed to action that is shaped by evidence-informed practice. This can encompass:
• published research
• your professional judgement/ experiences
• your organisational context
• stakeholders’ values and concerns
Of the 15 projects funded by the ETF for 2018-19, reports are already available on the Excellence Gateway. Browse the site or take a look below to see what the projects have to say about the role of the AP, and its impact on teaching and learning.
Don’t forget that the AP Toolkit, comprising the set of Development Cards and the four AP Practical Guides, are available to download from the Education and Training Foundation’s website.
The 3-day ‘Developing Advanced Practitioners’ Development Programme goes from strength to strength as we move towards the final training days in November for cohorts 5 and 6.
September is here and the three AP ‘Communities of Practice’ constellations are gearing up for the new year. Meanwhile the Bowerbird has been hopping around #APConnect’s digital spaces to see what you have been up to!