Paid Teacher Training
The Teaching Apprenticeship Programme is a Paid Teacher Training course that awards Qualified Teacher Status, or QTS, upon successful completion. This is a 1 year long school centred teacher training route that allows you to earn a salary whilst you train, with all course and assessment fees being covered by your school.
You will work on 2 written assignments throughout the year, but the main focus of the programme is to provide you with a wealth of practical classroom experience that will boost your professional development as a teacher. You will have mentors assigned to you from both the Training provider and your school, so you don’t need to worry about feeling overwhelmed.
This Paid Teacher Training programme will leave you with far more practical school experience compared to other routes, and the best part is that you will be able to earn a salary with your school covering all the costs of training.
We are partnered with schools across the South of England and London, and we are working with them to find places for passionate graduates to join them for a September start on the programme.
Should you apply through this advert and pass the initial screen, you will be invited to complete our formal application. The final step will be for you to interview with interested schools.
Some of the benefits of this Paid Teacher Training programme includes:
- The programme is fee free
- Being able to earn a competitive salary whilst you train
- Gain more experience working in a school before you qualify compared to other routes
- Become a key part of your school, receive both internal and external support, and really understand what teaching is all about
We welcome applications from most subject areas, but we are particularly looking for graduates in these subject areas:
English, Maths, Science (Bio, Chem, Phys), Geography, History, Modern Foreign Languages, Computer Science, Classics, Design Technology.
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