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READ THE SUMMARY, AND DOWNLOAD THE PDF, OF THE WEST MIDLANDS CONSORTIUMS EXTERNAL MODERATOR REPORT.
"It is very clear that all members of the West Midlands Consortium feel a shared responsibility for the development of new teachers and there is a strong cohesive education philosophy that underlies the training programme. There are effective relationships between ATs, school colleagues and WMC Lead which results in open, honest discussions creating reflective practitioners. ATs are excited to learn more and the course is scaffolded to achieve this. The leadership team are ambitious to continually develop their curriculum, expand and support local schools to provide equality of education for all learners.
It has been a pleasure to lead the External Moderation for West Midlands Consortium for the first time. I look forward to seeing them continue and thrive in their delivery of ITT programmes for Primary and secondary."P. Treanor 31/03/2022
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The team at WMC is delighted to announce that we have been successful in our ITT Accreditation application which means that we are able to continue to offer high quality, innovative Teacher Training programmes, developing the next generation of creative, forward-thinking teachers for the West Midlands and beyond.
West Midlands Consortium; an organisation that has a proven track record of success and innovation within teacher training.
All information on our course can be found here. Please search by selecting to “Find courses by training provider” and selecting West Midlands Consortium (W53).
Our PGCE courses include 60 Masters Credits working closely with Staffordshire University. All routes offered are awarded Qualified Teacher Status (QTS).
West Midlands Consortium is committed to protecting and safeguarding the welfare of its Associate Teachers (ATs) and children in its partnership schools. As our ATs come into contact with children and their families, they have an important role to play in safeguarding children. Through the training programme and in partnership with our schools, we jointly take responsibility for the protection and safeguarding of young people on whom our programmes might impact.
To become an outstanding teacher it’s vital to choose the right course. You only train once so train with an organisation that has a proven track record of success and innovation.
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