We train and support Armed Forces Personnel, Veterans and Spouses or those who wish to change their career.
Our new part-time programme combines teacher training and practical teaching placement. After completing the induction element, you will be able to start your practical teaching placement within the classroom, gaining new skills and experience to support your teacher training.
The Level 5 Diploma in Education and Training (QCF) is suitable for teachers working in academies, secondary schools and further education colleges. It prepares trainee teachers to teach in a wide range of contexts and requires observation and assessment of practice.
Through our partnership with the Society for Education and Training (SET) we are pleased to offer our trainee teachers a discounted rate when undertaking QTLS.
Martin Reid, the Society for Education and Training's Director, said: "We believe that trainee teachers at Essential Teaching UK will enjoy the ongoing support of their peer group as they go on to undertake QTLS with the Society for Education and Training. With many candidates already applying for QTLS immediately after they have qualified, we believe that continuity will prove an appealing prospect."
Our programme is your chance to use your creativity, personality and passion every single day, in an environment that’s challenging and rewarding in equal measure.
We don't just enrol people who are fresh out of university. Many people take on our programme to start a new career or develop the skills they need to jump-start their teaching journey. We do not require any teaching experience but we will be looking for you to demonstrate examples of our values and competencies, which will be assessed at application and interview stage.
If you are successful at application and the interview stage, you will be made a conditional offer for the DET with QTLS Programme. The curriculum area you teach will be based on the needs of the School, Academy or College and your eligibility.
We deliver our Teach UK Programme twice a year - January and September. All of our live virtual classroom sessions are held monthly, starting on the dates below.
An employment-based route into teaching for those suitably qualified with three or more years' career experience. The trainee is employed as an unqualified teacher by one of our partner schools or academies. The school pays for the trainee’s salary and teacher training.
This route is where trainees pay the tuition fee and we will arrange for a Teacher Training Placement where required with one of our partner schools or academies. For those eligible ELCAS Funding is available.
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Enhanced Learning Credits Adminstration Service - The MOD's Enhanced Learning Credits Scheme (ELC) promotes lifelong learning amongst members of the Armed Forces. The scheme provides financial support in each of a maximum of three separate financial years for higher level learning of a nationally recognised qualification at Level three or above, You can find out if you are eligable and your funding options here.
For Secondary & Further Education, you require either a degree (2.2 or above) or in some cases Subject Matter Experience (Level 3 Qualification or above).
The application and selection process is exactly the same for all applicants. You must meet the basic eligibility requirements as well as the teaching requirements for the curriculum area you will be teaching.
Gaining classroom experience before starting your teaching training is essential, without it how do you know teaching is for you? Our Taster day is a unique one day opportunity to engage with Essential Teaching UK and the local Schools, Academies or Colleges; starting to develop the skills and attributes needed to progress into teaching. Designed exclusively for those who are leaving the Armed Forces (Royal Navy, British Army & Royal Air Force) and Spouses within the AF Community.
Learners may already be teaching and wish to have their experience and practice accredited, or not presently teaching but capable of meeting the minimum teaching practice requirement of 100 hours. If you are unable to complete the minimum teaching practice, we currently place participants into UTC Portsmouth, Milton Cross Academy & Portsmouth College, Hampshire and wider UK Schools & Colleges.
After you apply, your application is reviewed separately by two experienced members of the placement team. If you are successful, you will be invited to the interview stage. Success at your interview will lead to an offer, conditional on assessments including numeracy, language, literacy and curriculum knowledge.
This qualification is suitable for individuals who want a qualification that focuses on practical teaching, and prefer a wide choice of optional units. This course is designed for local Schools, Academies Colleges, and covers the generic teaching skills that are required in becoming an effective teacher.
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