The National Teacher Training Conference will offer the latest practical guidance in assessing how all schools can develop high quality strategies which deliver effective teacher training and recruitment to maximise learning outcomes.

Attendees will gain key insights into the government’s new National Teacher Recruitment and Retention Strategy, the development of the new Early Career Framework and will explore key learning from the roll out of teaching apprenticeship programmes.


Reasons to Attend

practical insights into how all schools can develop their recruitment and training procedures to support the long-term retention of high-quality teachers

how schools can enhance teacher training provision in partnership with universities to maximise teaching and learning outcomes

the latest updates on the development and implementation of the Early Careers Framework (ECF) being implemented from 2021

the future of school-based and evidence led approaches to teacher training and professional development

the key outcomes from the National Teacher Recruitment and Retention Strategy and how schools can harness funding to support recruitment

what constitutes a high-quality approach teacher training programme

the roll out of teaching apprenticeship programmes and hear on the learning so far

with leading teachers and professionals from across the education sector to share best practice and guidance

This Conference is specifically designed for Primary and Secondary Schools, Local Authorities and Charities. Typical job titles will include:
  • Headteachers
  • Directors of Recruitment
  • Directors of Quality and Retention
  • Directors of Education
  • Directors and Heads of Talent
  • Directors of Schools and Learning
  • Directors of Strategy
  • Deputy Headteachers
  • Assistant Headteachers
  • Heads of Teaching Workforce
  • Heads of Teacher Apprenticeships
  • Executive Director for Programme Development
  • Heads of Policy
  • Heads of Teaching, Quality and Learning Innovation
  • Head of Careers
  • Head of Teacher Training Support
  • SCITT Directors

*This Conference is also open to the wider public and private sectors to encourage networking and debate.