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The many benefits of SET membership for trainee teachers


Students on initial teacher education courses are eligible for free membership of the Society for Education and Training. inTuition explores some of the benefits membership brings to early-career practitioners.


Reasons to join SET as a student teacher


By Stephanie Wallis The Society for Education and Training offers all initial teacher education (ITE) students free membership of SET while they are studying. This allows them to access all the benefits available to SET members and supports them with their studies. The benefits of this membership include:


2,600 STUDENT MEMBERS


Stephanie Wallis is relationship manager at SET.


• Access to SET’s online research library of essential teaching and learning resources, including extra advice and guidance available from the Education and Training Foundation (ETF), FE Advice and more than 7,000 resources from the Excellence Gateway • A personalised portal where student members can select Special Interests to allow people to curate relevant materials for use in their studies and research • A passport, when eligible, to Qualified Teacher Learning and Skills (QTLS) status – the badge of professionalism in further education and training


• Invitations to join live and on-demand webinars on key topic areas


• Peer-support and networking opportunities via SET Facebook groups and local networking events.


Once qualified, the membership cost is just £5.25 per month by direct debit. For full details and to apply for free student membership, follow this link: bit.ly/SETStudents QTLS is available to all teachers holding a teaching qualification and costs just £485, which can be paid in instalments. Follow this link to find out more at bit.ly/RegisterForQTLS


30 ISSUE 38 • WINTER 2019 inTUITION CASE STUDY THE NEWLY QUALIFIED TEACHER


Sophie Harris, fashion business and retail teacher at Derby College.


I became a member of SET as a PGCE student (Post 14 Education and Training) at Derby College in


a bid to remain current with my research sources and the changing landscape of education. The array of journals and the currency of those available via the online library were particularly beneficial both for topic accuracy and to spark my curiosity to take my explorations further. Quarterly issues of inTuition not only helped with the qualification assignments, but aligned daily issues and classroom activities with research and evidence-based practice across the sector – it’s always reassuring to know that other practitioners have similar experiences. I used these elements of the SET membership the most – associating the theory and evidence from library resources with the practical, ‘real-world’ articles in inTuition allowed me to reflect, adapt and experiment within my own practice. I qualified in June and I hope to become a programme lead for fashion business and retail alongside participation in pedagogy research.


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