Primary/Secondary Teacher Trainee
A fantastic opportunity to start a challenging and rewarding career as a teacher. You can train as a Primary school teacher or Secondary school teacher in your specialist subject, through a school-led employment route at one of our 300 partner schools in the Midlands. This means you can earn as you learn working in a school whilst also attending training at the University of Warwick. There are two other routes into teaching - including a university-led route which may offer you bursaries or scholarships up to £30,000. Applications are now open – the role and training will then commence at the end of August annually. Find out more about life as teacher. warwick.ac.uk/become-a-teacher.
We are seeking someone who:
• Is able to relate to young people
• Has the passion to promote a love for learning
• Demonstrates confidence
• Has the ability to influence and inspire others
• Creates positive working relationships
• Demonstrates cultural knowledge and consideration of others
• Is creative and flexible
• Shows resilience and adaptability
In return we can offer you:
• A welcoming, inclusive and supportive community
• ‘Outstanding’ teacher training (Ofsted 2015)
• Master’s Level Credits; you will gain 90 credits upon your completion
• Financial help – trainees may be eligible for bursaries or scholarships
• 98% employment rate after training
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More information about this gap year opportunity...
On application you must have graduated, or be about to graduate, from a UK Higher Educational Institute or equivalent, with a 2:2 or above honours degree. You need a grade C or above for GCSE English and Mathematics and Science (equivalent qualifications are considered). For secondary, a degree in the subject you wish to teach, or a strong A-level in that subject. It is recommended you gain as much school experience as possible before application. You can find out more on our website about the entry requirements. warwick.ac.uk/become-a-teacher
How to apply
All applicants must submit an online application through UCAS. Visit our website to learn more about the application process. warwick.ac.uk/become-a-teacher
The University of Warwick and our school partners are fully committed to equal opportunities. We welcome applications to our PGCE (Core and School Direct) and EYITT from all sections of the community, from people at all stages of life and continually seek to make our programmes as inclusive as possible.
Applications are reviewed on a rolling basis until we fill all our places. Places fill fast so apply early to avoid disappointment!
The University of Warwick’s reputation amongst employers is rated as one of the top fifteen in the world. We are also consistently ranked as one of the top ten in the United Kingdom, and have been training teachers for over 40 years. CPE is the University’s global service provider for high quality training and professional education. Ofsted have rated us as an ‘Outstanding’ provider of teacher training for Primary and Secondary and our employment rate is 98%.
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