Creating teachers for life with the Early Career Framework
The Early Career Framework (ECF) was established by the Department for Education to give teachers more training and development opportunities at the beginning of their careers. As part of the ECF reforms, early career teachers are now able to receive two years of funded development support and training, as well as access to a mentor who has experience in a similar setting.
University of Winchester is proud to be partnering with Capita and the University of Birmingham to deliver this induction programme to early career teachers across England.
Our programme is tried and tested and uniquely tailored to your needs, combining the experience and capacity of Capita and the rich history of the University of Winchester in the field of initial teacher education and continuing professional development.
To register for the ECF with the University of Winchester: Early Career Framework: School Registration Form (office.com)
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