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The Pre-Teaching Programme is aimed at students who are interested in becoming a teacher, be it in the Primary, Secondary, or Further Education sector. Over the two year course you will have the opportunity to hear from professionals in teaching, attend master classes and be supported to find work experience.
You will be given assistance to complete your university application and gain an understanding of the different routes into becoming a teacher. We aim to give you the guidance and expertise required to help you prepare for a future career in education. As part of the course, you will be given advice and experience in the following areas:
• Routes into teaching for all Key Stages
• What to expect as a teacher and within the profession
• Regular sessions and insight into learning strategies
• Guest speakers from all sectors of education
• Work experience in a school that suits your needs
• Bespoke guidance on your UCAS application
One session every two weeks, plus guest speaker sessions.
Expert insight into the world of teaching, placement experience, speakers from a variety of educational backgrounds. UCAS support and advice into the various routes into teaching.
There is no cost or resources required.
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