Services for Education are proud to announce that they are now able to deliver the Early Career Framework in partnership with Best Practice Network, one of the UK’s leading providers of training. Click here to find out more.
ECTs from both the primary and secondary sector and their Mentors can now access the ECF programme and Mentor programme with Services For Education, alongside registering with us as your ECTs Appropriate Body on behalf of Birmingham City Council.
Our ECF programme provides the flexibility of face-to-face and online delivery ensuring that your early career teacher and mentor can balance the demands of the programme alongside their school commitments.
Services For Education is the Appropriate Body on behalf of Birmingham Local Authority. We provide ECT (Early Career Teacher) registration and professional development to ensure teachers new to the profession develop fully to become outstanding practitioners. Click here to find out more.
Becoming newly qualified is a challenging and exciting time and we’ve found that ECTs and their mentors really benefit from guidance, support and the updates and communication that we have to offer.
In turn, schools will see a real boost in the teaching they provide and benefit from greater levels of retention of new teachers.
We provide a range of different courses to help support those in their first few years of teaching. These courses are aimed at those primarily in their first and second years of teaching, as well as those overseeing their development.
As the appropriate body for Birmingham ECTs, we have a comprehensive understanding of the needs of newly and recently qualified teachers and our courses are open to all, whether you are registered with us as the appropriate body or another provider.
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