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Alternative provider student 2017/18 - Teacher training course

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Alternative provider student 2017/18

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Teacher training course

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Short nameTTCID

This field is a one character field completed for students on courses that lead to teaching qualifications. The selection will determine the type of the teacher training.

Applicable toEngland Scotland

All courses.

Valid entries and labels
0Not a teacher training course
1On initial or pre-service teacher training course leading to Qualified Teacher Status or to registration as a school teacher with the General Teaching Council for Scotland
2On other initial teacher training course not leading to Qualified Teacher Status nor to registration as a school teacher with the General Teaching Council for Scotland
5Inset course
9Other DfE funded provision not elsewhere specified
DOther Pre-ITT activity funded by the DfE
QEarly Years Initial Teacher Training

Code 1 includes PGCE, BEd, first degree with Qualified Teacher Status and courses leading concurrently to a degree and to a diploma in Education.

Code 2 includes courses leading to Further Education Teacher Qualification and to Nursing and Midwifery Teacher Qualification.

Code 5: DfE and Office for Students have given a working definition of an INSET course as follows:

An INSET/In-service course is one for which the primary (but not necessarily the only) purpose is to improve the effectiveness of teachers, lecturers or trainers. In considering whether this is the purpose of particular course, providers may wish to consider the content of the course and course literature, including prospectuses and any other marketing material.
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Field length1
Minimum occurrences1
Maximum occurrences1
Schema components
Element: TTCID
Date modified2018-07-03
Change management notesRemoval of valid entry F 'Subject Knowledge Enhancement (SKE) - DfE funded'.

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