Paid Teacher Training Programme
Looking to get into teaching?
Why not train through a Paid Teacher Training Programme that won’t charge you any tuition fees?
The Teaching Apprenticeship Programme is a 12 month long Paid Teacher Training Programme that is free from tuition fees, meaning it won’t cost you a thing to train for your Qualified Teacher Status. You will work and train from within the classroom, developing and honing your teaching ability through a practical work based training course. You will also work on 2 written assignments and attend regular training days throughout the year.
You will be assigned a school based mentor, and a tutor from the training provider which will ensure you have the necessary support you need to become the best teacher possible. As this is a Paid Teacher Training Programme, you will earn a competitive salary on the Unqualified Teachers Payscale, and your training school will cover all costs associated with training and assessment for QTS.
The Teaching Apprenticeship Programme are working to find places for graduates on this Paid Teacher Training course, with the majority of our schools located in the South of England and London. Our advisors want to know more about you so they can find the ideal school for you. Should you pass our initial screen, you will be invited to complete our full application with the final step being a formal interview with your placement school.
Some of the benefits of this Paid 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
To explore your Paid Teacher Training options immediately, apply now and begin your journey!
Entry criteria for all Paid Teacher Training programmes:
- Honours degree (ideally 2:2 or above)
- Secondary training – Cs or above in GCSE (or equivalent) English & Maths