Getting there in partnership

21st March 2003 at 00:00
Universities, education authorities, FE colleges and private agencies will help deliver the programme, organised into partnerships. Each partnership must involve a university as the CT is a postgraduate award. All levels and awards will be ratified by the GTC.

All teachers must take module one, a combination of reviewing their own professional development to date and mapping out a programme for professional development over the next five or six years and relating these to the concept of the CT standard.

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