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By 31 March 2019, Swansea University and Schools’ Partnership (SUSP), and the University of South Wales Partnership (USWP) submitted separate programmes of ITE for accreditation. During April and May 2019, separate ITE accreditation committees undertook assessments of these programmes. The programmes have been accredited for a period of five years, subject to conditions.
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You can see a list of all programmes accredited by EWC, through its ITE Accreditation Board, here.
This consultation will be of particular interest to registrants, professional bodies, members of the public and organisations representing education workforce practitioners.
The EWC pilot research bursary scheme was introduced in 2017 and was devised as a learning opportunity for all our registrant groups. In this area, you can see some of the research reports completed by successful applicants.
The Education Workforce Council has appointed four new members to its ITE accreditation Board.
Chaired by Oxford University's Emeritus Professor of Education, John Furlong, the Board now consists of 13 individuals, each drawn from different fields of education.
The new ITE accreditation Board members are Robert Newsome, interim Headteacher of Ysgol Bro Dinefwr, and previous Headteacher of Dyffryn Taf School; Dr Beth Dickson, Senior Lecturer (ITE) at the University of Glasgow; Penelope Lewis, HM inspector at Estyn; and Gemma Long, Quality Assurance and Engagement Manager and Lead for Wales at the UK Quality Assurance Agency for Higher Education (QAA).
Have a look at our response to the CYP&E Committee consultation about Welsh Government’s progress in developing the new curriculum for Wales.