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Webinar: DfE Q&A on the ITT market review

Cat Scutt questions Ruth Talbot on the ITT market review

In this webinar recording, Cat Scutt (Director for Education and Research, Chartered College of Teaching) interviews Ruth Talbot (Deputy Director, Department for Education) on the ITT market review consultation.

The Department for Education appointed an expert group to undertake a review of the initial teacher training (ITT) market for courses that lead to qualified teacher status (QTS). The aim of the review is to enable the provision of consistently high quality training, in line with the ITT core content framework (CCF), in an effective and efficient market.

Following publication of the report, the department is seeking views on the recommendations made in the report through a consultation.

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About our presenters:

Ruth Talbot

Deputy Director, Department for Education

Ruth Talbot is a deputy director at the Department for Education, and has responsibility for initial teacher training policy and delivery.

Cat Scutt MBE

Director for Education and Research, Chartered College of Teaching

A former English teacher, Cat Scutt’s roles have since focused on supporting teacher development both online and through face-to-face activities, with a particular focus on development through collaboration and through engagement with research and evidence. She has worked as a teacher and advisor in the state and independent sector, as well as in corporate learning and development.

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