The NCETM PD Lead Development and Accreditation Programme – Recruitment round NOW OPEN!

Mar 9, 2022

The NCETM PD Lead Development and Accreditation Programme – Recruitment round NOW OPEN!

The programme If you have existing experience as a leader of professional development and wish to develop further in this role, this programme is for you. Your prior experience could be within your own setting/organisation or more widely, including work with your local hub. Experience and an ongoing commitment to lead professional development for teachers of maths is an essential requirement for recruitment to the programme.

Throughout the year you will:
• consider what constitutes effective PD and the role of the PD Lead in terms of planning, executing and evaluating PD programmes
• consider some fundamental themes and issues in maths and the teaching of maths, and the implications of these in the context of supporting other practitioners • develop an understanding of the full range of potential outcomes of maths professional development, including: knowledge, attitudes and dispositions; practice development; school approaches/policies; pupil outcomes
• develop an understanding of effective models of maths professional development, the rationale for using them, and the research evidence that supports them.
Accreditation will be based on your ability to successfully:
• engage with the Cohort Lead with regard to your decision-making processes and actions involved in designing a PD programme
• critically evaluate the effectiveness of the PD programme you have designed
• reflect on the whole process and critically assess your own learning and practice development as a PD Lead.
In order to be recognised as an NCETM Accredited PD Lead, you will need to successfully complete the programme through meeting the accreditation criteria (including full attendance at the sessions and completion of all programme tasks with related paperwork).

NW3 Maths Hubs are seeking to appoint primary teachers/leaders with a passion for Maths from within the following areas: Knowsley, Sefton, Liverpool, Wigan and St Helens.

The closing date for applications is 17:00 Friday 20 May 2022.

Please see attached further information about the role including a background to the programme, benefits for the member of staff and school, funding, and time allocated, who should apply and how to apply.