Initial Teacher Training
UNIVERSITY OF BRIGHTON TRAIN TO TEACH OPEN EVENING.
Become a teacher and inspire the next generation with the University of Brighton
Whether you have just graduated or already hold a degree and are looking for a career change, come along to University of Brighton Train to Teach open evening on Wednesday 23 May 2018 to find out about their postgraduate routes into teaching:
- PGCE primary, secondary and Further Education and Training
- School Direct Training and School Direct Salaried
- Early Years Initial Teacher Training
Meet course tutors, current trainee teachers and discuss vacancies with our School Direct partners. Plus learn about training bursaries worth up to £28,000 plus £10,000 early-career payments for maths
There's no better place to train to teach than Brighton.
Thinking of Teaching?
School-led Training (School Direct Non-salaried/Tuition fee)
If you want your training to be based in a school where you can be fully immersed in the life of a teacher from day one, a school-led training course is for you. You're selected by the school and are based there during your training. You will also spend time in at least one other school to gain the broad experience required to become a qualified teacher.
All school-led courses cover the practical and theoretical elements of teaching, often with university partners. Most school-led courses lead to a postgraduate certificate in education (PGCE) and/or master's-level credits, in addition to qualified teacher status (QTS).
The window for the 2017/18 applications for School Direct is now open.
Newick Teaching School currently have vacancies for both Primary and Secondary trainees. All Secondary placements will be based at Chailey School. Primary trainees will be placed in schools within our partnership.
Newick Teaching School use Brighton and Sussex Universities as their accrediting provider. Therefore, successful applicants will be interviewed by both the University and the Teaching School.
There are currently 6 Primary and 4 Secondary vacancies
Secondary Subjects are:
Modern Foreign Languages
If you would like to get the feel of what teaching is like today we can arrange short placements.
For taster sessions please contact Denise Taylor at firstname.lastname@example.org
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