Student 2020/21 - Teacher training course
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Teacher training course
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This field is a one character field completed for students on courses that lead to teacher qualifications. The selection will determine the type of the teacher training.
|Applicable to||England Northern Ireland Scotland Wales|
All courses where Course.REDUCEDC = 00, 01 or 04
|Valid entries and labels|
Providers in Wales can only use codes 0, 1, 2 and 5.
Students funded by DfE(NI) on courses leading to eligibility to teach in Northern Ireland should be coded 1 in this field.
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. FE courses will be specifically identified in Course.ITTPHSC code 31 'Further education'.
Code 5: DfE and Office for Students have given a working definition of an INSET course as follows:
Providers are not expected to return a record to HESA for students on employment-based routes (e.g. GTP, OTT and RTP). The DfE collects this data via the Employment Based Routes Data Management System (EBRDMS).
Masters in Teaching and Learning (MTL) students must be coded 9 'Other DfE funded provision not elsewhere specified' in this field. MTL students must be identified as such using the M02 code in Course.COURSEAIM field.
Early Years Initial Teacher Training (EYITT) programmes
Further guidance on the coding requirements for those on EYITT programmes may be found in the 'Further guidance about Early Years Initial Teacher Training (EYITT) programmes' document.
Quality rules to follow
|Reason required||Used to identify and differentiate between different types of teacher training student in the analysis of ITT provision.|
Data type: TTCIDCodeContentType
|Change management notes||Coverage updated to remove reference to Course.REDUCEDC = 07 as this is redundant.|
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