Paid DT Teacher Training
Are you passionate about Design Technology and want the younger generation to feel the same way?
Here at the Teaching Apprentice Programme, we are looking for Design and Technology graduates to start on our Paid DT Teacher Training course!
We work with a wide range of schools across London and the South of England to help aspiring DT Teachers find their places on the Teaching Apprenticeship Programme – A Paid DT Teacher Training course that leads to Qualified Teacher Status.
The Teaching Apprenticeship Programme exists to enable graduates to earn a salary while they undergo their training on a practical course – You will complete your teacher training whilst you work in a secondary school, blending practical experience with theoretical learning. Graduates looking to train on the Paid DT Teacher Training course will be able to utilise their creative and practical skillset as they complete this hands on, work based programme.
The programme is one year long, and you will receive excellent support and training from both your school and the training provider. At the end of the Paid DT Teacher Training programme, you are likely to receive a job with your training school.
Best of all? You will earn a competitive salary as you train, and you won’t have to pay any fees.
If you’re interested in getting your Qualified Teacher Status, all while earning a salary, or even if you just need some advice about doing so – apply for our Paid DT Teacher Training Course with Teach In now!
Some of the benefits of this Paid DT Teacher Training course include:
- The programme is fee free
- Being able to earn a salary while you train, as well as receiving a discount on travel within London
- Gain more experience working in a school before you qualify, so you are more prepared for life as a newly qualified teacher.
- Become a key part of your school, receive both internal and external support, and really understand what teaching is all about on a day to day basis
Entry criteria for all Paid DT Teacher Training programmes:
- Honours degree (ideally 2:2 or above)
- Secondary training – Cs or above in GCSE (or equivalent) English & Maths