EARLY CAREER FRAMEWORK & APPROPRIATE BODY
Early Career Framework (ECF)
Redhill Teaching Hub is partnering with the Education Development Trust (EDT) to deliver the Early Career Framework for our region.
The Early Career Framework underpins a statutory entitlement to a fully funded, 2-year package of structured support for early career teachers, linked to the best available research evidence.
From September 2021, new teachers will receive developmental support and training over 2 years instead of one, with additional funding available to support their time out of the classroom in the second year and a dedicated mentor. Support will also be available to mentors.
To view the Education Development Trust programme click here or scroll down to download the brochure.
This is your checklist to register your Early Career Teachers
Register your Early Career Teachers on the DfE Portal
Register with EDT (and choose Redhill Hub as the delivery partner)
Register for further Early Career Framework news and register your Early Career Teacher numbers via our Hub ECT registration form
Register to receive the latest Redhill Hub information and invitations to future events by joining our mailing list
The following documents have been compiled to provide essential information and answer frequently asked questions:
Training Dates 2021-22
WEBINAR: Expanding Your Focus: The Early Career Framework and Appropriate Body
WEBINAR: Early Career Framework - Induction Tutors
WEBINAR: Early Career Framework - Mentor Induction
Redhill Teaching Hub is delighted to be able to provide Appropriate Body services to all schools within The Redhill Academy Trust, Minster Trust for Education and Diverse Academies Trust, with new teachers joining them from September 2021.
Providing both Early Career training and Appropriate Body Services means we can offer a unified package of structured support; reducing workload for schools and providing reassurance that they are meeting statutory requirements.
The Appropriate Body Service will ensure that, in accordance with statutory guidance:
- Headteachers and governing bodies are aware of, and are meeting, their responsibilities with regard to monitoring, support and assessment. This includes checking that the Early Career Teacher (ECT) is receiving a personalised induction programme, has a named induction tutor/mentor and has a reduced timetable.
- The school’s monitoring, support, assessment and guidance procedures are fair, appropriate and consistent across all schools and are embedded in good practice.
The Redhill Teaching Hub will use NQT Manager (soon to be re-named as ECT Manager) as the main administration tool. Schools will continue to have access to this for ECT registrations, assessments and all previous functions. We will use the DfE approved templates for all forms for recording information, progress and assessments.
To register your ECTs the first step is to register your school’s induction tutor. All schools will need to register for an NQT Manager account. Current log-in details cannot be used to access the portal. Once approved the induction tutor can then log-in and add details about tutors, mentors and ECTs.
Appropriate Body Service: Pricing Structure
Full Induction Programme (FIP)
Redhill Appropriate Body Services combined with the Full Induction Programme (FIP) delivered by the Redhill Hub Early Career Team.
£150 for 1 year
£275 for 2 years
For further information about our Appropriate Body services, Early Career Framework or the Redhill Teaching Hub please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Core Induction Programme (CIP)
National provider designs the material to be delivered by the school. There will be additional charges for fidelity checks to ensure the sessions are in line with the statutory guidance for induction and meet the EFC programme standards.
£300 visit costs (plus registration)
School Based Induction Programme (SBIP)
The school designs the material and delivers the programme.
To discuss QA visit costs please contact us.