Once we receive your application, we’ll acknowledge by email and update UCAS if you are invited to interview. We’ll e-mail or call you with the details.
If you are selected for interview, you will be asked to prepare a task to bring to your interview and should expect to undertake a written task to demonstrate your ability to read effectively and communicate clearly and accurately in Standard English.
You will be expected to answer a range of questions which are designed to explore your personal qualities and meeting the course criteria.
The interview gives you the opportunity to discuss why you want to teach, what you would bring to the profession, and show us your resilience and initiative.
You’ll need to bring to your interview original certificates of all qualifications and proof of identity as part of our Safeguarding processes.
If you are successful, we’ll offer you a place. Ideally within 48 hours. We’ll update UCAS and contact you.
If you accept, we’ll recommended you to a partner school as a prospective trainee. Once confirmed as the host school you should expect to visit; follow its Safeguarding processes, meet the department/class and mentor and maybe a tour of the school.
Before commencing the programme we’ll ask you to sign a contract between you, the host school and us so that everyone agrees to the same supporting principals and requirements of your training year.
We will carry out a criminal background check and other requisite checks.