For the most current information and for individual advice please visit the Department of Education Get into Teaching website.
There are school-led training options for graduates who want hands-on training in a school. On a school-led training course, you’ll get the chance to learn on the job in at least two schools, learning from experienced colleagues and putting your new skills into practice from day one.
School-led courses, such as SCITT or Schools Direct, generally last a year and result in the award of qualified teacher status (QTS). Most courses include a postgraduate qualification, which is likely to carry with it Master’s-level credits.
You should check the exact details of individual courses at UCAS Teacher Training.
Local providers have included the following:
University led programmes are at undergraduate and postgraduate levels
There are two types of degree that lead to qualified teacher status (QTS), a Bachelor of Education (BEd) degree and Bachelor of Arts (BA) and Bachelor of Science (BSc) degrees with QTS.
University led courses run full-time over one year or part-time over two years. Training includes spending time at university or college and a minimum of 24 weeks in placement schools.
Local providers include:
When you return to teaching, you bring invaluable experience with you. To make that process as easy as possible DfE have put together some information and resources you might find useful.
From time to time Hampshire County Council run courses for those who have recently returned to the profession. For information on the current arrangements please search the Learning Zone using the term ‘Returned to teaching’.
To be a qualified teacher in England, you will need to gain qualified teacher status (QTS). You may be able to gain QTS in England without any further training or assessment. If you are qualified to teach in the European Economic Area (EEA), Australia, Canada, New Zealand or the USA, visit GOV.UK to find out more. Although not mandatory for all schools, evidence shows that most schools hire teachers who hold QTS, or are working towards QTS.
If you’re an experienced teacher with a degree, you can achieve qualified teacher status (QTS) by the Assessment Only route which allows you to demonstrate that you already meet all of the standards for QTS. Criteria apply, see Assessment only for details and the current provider list.
Two-year Troops to Teachers courses are for non-graduates and lead to QTS and a degree qualification. This involves earning a salary as an unqualified teacher while you train. Training to teach in a school for four days a week, with university training one a day a week to further your academic qualifications to degree level. For further information please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01273 643 598.
Teach First is a charity offering a two year programme which trains its participants to be in schools in low-income areas, specifically to address the needs of secondary-level pupils. Eligibility criteria apply, see Teach First.
If you are looking for information about a career in teaching please find details of 2018 events across Hampshire that will provide you with further information.
School Experience Day - All FTSA Alton Cluster Schools
Foundations Teaching School Alliance, Alton Cluster, offer School Direct Initial Teacher Training. This is a chance to visit any of our schools via the Get into Teaching School Experience Programme.
8.45am – 2pm
School Experience Taster Day - Wildern School, Wildern Lane, Hedge End, Southampton, SO30 4EJ
We are pleased to offer a placement day for eligible applicants looking to teach Art & Design, Biology, Chemistry, Computer Science, Design & Technology, English, Geography, History, French, German, Maths, Music, Physics or Spanish
Please register via Eventbrite.
If you have any questions please e-mail email@example.com
17.30 – 19.00
Initial Teacher Education Open Evening - Southampton Education School: Building 34, Highfield Campus, Southampton, SO17 1BJ
We offer a variety of University-Led and School Direct PGCE programmes to suit all candidates – from those about to leave University to career changers who want a new challenge in life.