This course is a secondary teaching apprenticeship with QTS. Upon completion trainees are presented with Qualified Teacher Status.
Our course runs in partnership with the University of Derby who are recognised as an outstanding HEI provider.
Link tutor visits, key assessment points and level 6 studies are required to be completed throughout the course of the year. All of these elements are designed to ensure trainees are aware of current pedagogical and theoretical approaches to learning.
In addition to the University lectures, trainees are provided with in school “Hub” days that further deepen the knowledge of classroom pedagogy which are facilitated by current school practitioners in a range of areas.
2 placements are conducted in contrasting key stages and sectors.
You need a UK Honours degree (preferably 2:2) or above.
GCSE Grade C or above in English and Maths. You need to have already gained the required GCSE grades when you apply.
If you have the motivation, commitment, resilience and ability to inspire a love of learning, then this is the course for you.
A DBS (Disclosure and Barring Service) check is required at the point of accepting a place at the University.
This is to be discussed with the host school.
Fees and financial support
About the training provider
The Loughborough Learning Alliance is a Teaching School based in Loughborough, Leicestershire. We are one of 8 Teaching Schools in the county.
We provide Primary, Special Educational Needs (SEND) and Secondary Teacher Training.
We work with a number of schools to provide high quality placements and we ensure that our trainees are well supported throughout their training year (and beyond).
About the accredited body
As an outstanding provider, the University of Derby provide excellent academic support and challenge to our trainees. The support and knowledge provided to our trainees through the University of Derby ensures that all are treated as an individual whilst also feeling part of a much larger collegiate group.
Through level 7 studies and exposure to educational topics and pedagogies the University of Derby ensure that all trainees are adequately skilled to work and adapt in an ever changing classroom environment and profession.
You will have to attend an interview prior to starting the apprenticeship.
Training with disabilities and other needs
We would encourage applicants with any specific needs to talk to us so that we can plan accordingly to meet their requirements to support and accommodate.
Ashmount School Thorpe Hill Loughborough Leicestershire LE11 4SQ
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