BA Primary Induction/Enrolment Programme BA Primary Induction/Enrolment Programme Monday 19th September 2016 All students are asked to arrive at the Kingston Hill Campus by 8.45am. Please go to the School of Education (see number 4 on map) where signs will be posted to tell you which room to go to. Your first session will begin at 9.00am. ENROLMENT Enrolment will take place at the University during your induction period and the exact date, time and details of your enrolment session will be confirmed at a later date. Please make sure that you read the information carefully and bring the necessary documents. WHAT TO BRING WITH YOU TO INDUCTION Outstanding qualification certificates (originals only) DBS Certificate CAR PARKING If you are arriving by car please park in Car Park D where there will also be signs directing you to the relevant room. Parking restrictions are in place on site during term- time, although this will be waived during the first week of term to give you time to obtain your permanent parking pass. However, you must obtain a temporary parking pass from Reception during the first week of term as you will receive a parking ticket if you park in an unmarked or disabled bay at any time. You will be able to apply for a permanent pass once you have enrolled and you will need to produce a valid KU ID card, vehicle registration document, MOT certificate and Certificate of Insurance Please note that car park G outside of the Education Building is for staff and visitors only during the hours of 8.30am and 4.30pm. Bus The 85 and K3 buses stop outside the Kingston Hill campus. OTHER IMPORTANT INFORMATION Registered name When you enrol, you should ensure that your name on our student record system is the same as your passport/photo card driving licence. Your details are sent direct from the University record system to the NCTL following enrolment for allocation of your Teacher Registration Number (TRN). Qualifications In order to meet NCTL/Ofsted regulations, you must produce all ORIGINAL certificates prior to enrolment as we have to ensure that all entry requirements have been met before applicants are registered on the course. General information – Getting Ready The University has a web page specifically for new students. You may find this helpful as a source of support and means of contacting other applicants. Disqualification by Association The DfE has a new policy on people working within the children’s workforce, potentially affecting students working with children under the age of 8. We therefore advise all Early Years Teaching and Primary Teaching applicants to check this policy. If you think this affects you, you will need to speak to the Director of ITE on your first day.