The Course Directors and Deputy Course Directors of ITT are (the persons directly) responsible for the quality assurance of all aspects of the courses including recruitment, organisation, administration, structure, teaching programmes and placements and trainee teacher assessment.
The Finance Manager is responsible for managing the funding and administration of the course. She is therefore the person you deal with concerning the administration of applications, interviews, pre and in course information and financial matters. She also provides trainees help and advice with day to day challenges.
The Administrator deals with applications and other enquiries and assists in dealing with correspondence and day to day support.
The Professional Tutor is often the Senior Member of staff in each consortium school who co-ordinates the trainee teacher experience and ensures consistency across different departments in the school.
The Lead Mentor/Deputy Lead Mentor is the subject specialist who has responsibility for managing the training of all Trainee Teachers in that subject across consortium schools. S/he is involved in selecting candidates for interview and participates in the interview. S/he manages and supports the work of the Subject Mentors, leads the Subject Studies sessions, produces the Subject Handbook and takes a leading role in the assessment of Trainee Teacher progress.
The Subject Mentor is an experienced subject teacher who works alongside the Trainee Teacher in the school. This person is the Trainee Teacher's main point of contact in the school and has a key training role. S/he offers support and advice about teaching and learning, observes and provides feedback on lessons seen, assesses achievement and reviews and reports on progress.
KMT also utilise the extertise of a range of consultants who have a wealth of experience within education, leadership and ITT.
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