Are you ready to apply?

Start your journey to train to teach in September 2016. Applications are made through UCAS Teacher Training – applying is easier than you think, you just need to follow three straightforward phases.

Watch our ‘Steps to becoming a teacher’ video to find out how your journey into teaching needn’t be complicated. Transcript (PDF, 207KB)

Phase one: prepare

During this phase, you’ll need to think about…

Get access to a wide range of support and advice to help you get into teaching

Phase two: application 

Once you’re ready to apply, do so via UCAS Teacher Training. In the application phase, you’ll need to:


Phase three: post-application 

Depending on whether you’ve been successful in your application, in the post-application phase you should:

  • prepare for your interview so you can demonstrate your potential as a teacher
  • finalise your funding once you’ve accepted a place – your training provider should inform you of the support that’s available
  • resubmit your application during the Apply 2 phase if you’ve been unsuccessful or chosen not to accept an offer


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Upcoming events

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  • Emmanuel College – training to teach

    11 February 2016 AT 08:00

    Emmanuel College is hosting an event aimed at undergraduates, graduates and career changers looking to start training in 2016. You will spend the day observing lessons and speaking with our experts who will be on hand to offer advice.

  • Bromley Schools’ Collegiate – teaching information event

    11 February 2016 AT 08:30

    We have been graded as outstanding by Ofsted with partnership schools in the borough of Bromley. There will be an opportunity to meet teachers and BSC staff to discuss the School Direct (salaried), School Direct training and SCITT programmes.

  • Bay House School and Sixth Form school experience day

    11 February 2016 AT 08:30

    This is an open day to allow potential candidates the opportunity to experience our school environment.

  • School experience day – Retford Oaks Academy

    11 February 2016 AT 08:30

    Retford Oaks Academy is running an school experience day for those interested in gaining further information about teacher training. You will be observing four lessons within your subject area and have a session with the teaching school leaders about routes into teaching.