If you’re eligible to train to teach, you’ll need to choose an age group and subject, and explore the different training courses. Depending on your choices, you may be eligible for a tax-free bursary to support you, or you could earn a salary while you train.
We can help you get into teaching
As a teacher, you can inspire the next generation and help them realise their ambitions. That means you can go home each day knowing you’ve made a real difference, giving all young people the chance to fulfil their potential.
If you want to grab that opportunity, we’re here to help you kick-start your new career. Register with us to receive personalised support, advice, and access to exclusive events. Use this site to keep track of your progress towards making a successful application to teacher training, and receive personalised information each time you log in.
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- 27 April 2015 AT 15:30
Please drop into this event to discuss how to apply for school direct, how the course is run, funding avaliable, places within local schools. There will be opportunity to talk to course leaders. We are looking forward to meeting you and answering your questions.Nottingham Open
- 27 April 2015 AT 16:00
The University of Reading hosts regular Information Meetings to explain School Direct and other routes into Initial Teacher Training.Reading Open
- 27 April 2015 AT 17:00
London schools are holding a series of school led train to teach events to provide information and support to potential applicants looking for teacher training places starting September 2015.Hillingdon Open
- 27 April 2015 AT 18:00
An opportunity to find out more about routes into teaching, the salaries and bursaries available while you train, and tips and advice on the application process.High Wycombe Open