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University College Birmingham – early years initial teacher training evening

11 February 2016 at 18:00 to 11 February 2016 at 19:30 in Birmingham at the University College Birmingham

Event info:

Are you an experienced early years practitioner? From September, UCB will offer two early years teacher status (EYTS) routes:

  • graduate entry route – aimed at graduates with limited experience of working with children, but who wish to work in the early years sector
  • graduate employment-based route – aimed at existing practitioners, both experienced or newly qualified, who work in relevant early years settings

Each route is fully funded by the National College for Teaching and Leadership (NCTL).

Come along to the information evening and talk to our early years teaching staff, hear about the different routes and how to apply, both for students and employers.

If you are interested in attending this event, please send us an email to book your place.

Venue information:

University College Birmingham, McIntyre House, Holland Street, Birmingham, B3 1PW

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Additional information:

Target audience:

Early years practitioners.

Organiser:

University College Birmingham

Event website:

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Contact email:

p.smith@ucb.ac.uk

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