Train to Teach - Secondary
Teacher Training – Secondary - Premier Pathways - Sandwell
We are currently recruiting English, Maths & Science graduates to join the Premier Pathways Teacher Training course, starting September.
This is a Train to Teach route over 2 years, which is fully paid (15k per annum) and supported through The University of Buckingham. Each participant will gain a PGCE with full QTS.
With this Teacher Training route, there is NO University fees, so no more debt. You earn £15,000 per year while you train.
We are looking for graduates with a 2:1 or above degree in maths, English or a science subject and a highly enthusiastic personality to join the Premier Pathways secondary Teacher Training Programme from September.
*** Premier Pathways
*** Graduate Teacher Training
*** Graduate with 2:1 or above Hons degree required
*** English, Maths, Economics, Physics, Chemistry
*** 2:1 or above Hons degree with strong A-Levels
*** Full time, September 2017 start
*** £15'000 per annum - 2-year contract
*** NO University fees
*** Gain PGCE with full QTS
Why Choose Premier Pathways?
*** A Teaching Assistant to Teacher route into teaching
*** A fully paid journey to a career in teaching
*** Inspirational, cutting edge teacher training
*** A progressive phased system that builds your confidence and teaching ability at your own pace
*** Incredible resources and support to keep you happy and motivated throughout the programme.
*** A dedicated Participant Liaison Officer and in-school mentor
*** A PGCE with QTS awarded by the University of Buckingham School of Education
We are recruiting graduates who have a burning desire to teach and the personality to become a hit in the classroom. You will train for 2 years in a 'Good' Ofsted rated School and gain a PGCE with full QTS at the end.
So, if you are a graduate looking for a route into teaching with no debt attached, apply to Premier Pathways and join us today!
Places are limited so do not delay your application. Click 'Apply Now' and send your CV and covering letter to David Baker at EduStaff.