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CREC Early Years Partnership SCITT Open Evening

8 December 2015 at 16:00 - 18:00 in Birmingham at the Centre for Research in Early Childhood

Event info:

This is the third of our open evenings we are holding for anyone interested in beginning Early Years Teacher Training (with QTS) through the CEYP.

The SCITT programme will benefit from the direct contributions of Professor Chris Pascal and Professor Tony Bertram from CREC, both highly experienced teacher educators, and a wider team of highly knowledgeable and effective early years tutors and Placement Mentors. This course also carries Postgraduate Accreditation (60 Masters Credits) awarded by Birmingham City University.

This is a great opportunity to find out more about what the course entails, meet some of the staff delivering the programme and have the opportunity to ask questions in a relaxed environment.

Please email us to register for this event.

 

Venue information:

Centre for Research in Early Childhood, St. Thomas Centre Nursery, Bell Barn Road, Birmingham, B15 2AF

Additional information:

Target audience:

Anyone with a degree (including those graduating Summer 2016) interested in a career in early years or primary teaching.

Organiser:

Centre for Research in Early Childhood

Contact email:

itt@crec.co.uk

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