Full time teacher apprenticeship PGCE QTS based at North Birmingham E-ACT Academy, with Coventry University.
15 month course. Mix of work based learning in the classroom and University content.
More detail will be provided - a 6 week placement in a contrasting school.
An undergraduate degree, or equivalent.
Your degree subject should be in Health and social care or a similar subject. Otherwise you’ll need to prove your subject knowledge in some other way.
Grade 4 (C) or above in English and maths, or equivalent qualification.
We’ll consider candidates with pending GCSEs.
We’ll consider candidates who need to take a GCSE equivalency test in English or maths.
Unqualified teacher salary
Course fee covered by apprenticeship levy funds
Fees and financial support
About the training provider
E-ACT is a Multi Academy Trust with 28 Academies across the country. We offer a range of paid Teaching Apprenticeships across different locations and subjects. More details on current vacancies can be found on our website https://www.e-act.org.uk/work-for-us/
As well as the training provided by our partner Coventry University you will also have a mentor to support you in school.
Once you have successfully completed the course to gain QTS status E-ACT offers teaching roles with excellent CPD and further progression opportunities. Being part of a multi academy trust also provides excellent opportunities to move between academies to progress, as well as access to a wide range of experienced professional who can share their skills.
About the accredited body
The National Institute of Teaching and Education is part of the Coventry University group.
Gt Francis Street Nechells Birmingham West Midlands B7 4QR
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