Paid Teacher Training
Do you want to get into teaching?
Finding it difficult to find a route that will allow you to earn a salary whilst you train?
The Teaching Apprenticeship Programme is a 12 months long Paid Teacher Training course that allows you to earn a competitive salary whilst you complete you training without any course fees attached! The majority of your time will be spent in the classroom, where you will get to grips with the world of teaching through a practical, work based Paid Teacher Training course. You will also complete 2 written assignments throughout the year to support your practical training.
You will be supported by a tutor from the training provider and a mentor from your school, ensuring you will have enough support throughout the year. As this is a Paid Teacher Training opportunity, you will earn a competitive salary on the Unqualified Teachers Pay Scale and your school will cover the cost of all training and assessment, leaving you to focus on your training.
We are working with schools across the country to find places for graduates such as yourself on this Paid Teacher Training course and our team of advisors want to find out more about you so we can find the best match for you. Should you be successful in passing this initial screen, you will be invited to complete a formal application to the programme. The final step will be an official interview with interested schools.
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