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Your training will be spread over a longer period, usually over two years. This flexible approach means you can fit training to become a qualified teacher around other commitments, offering a more gradual introduction into the profession. To support your training you could access a bursary or scholarship, or earn a salary.
If you’re interested in training part-time, we recommend contacting the schools or universities directly before applying. You can find part-time courses on the Department for Education’s search tool: Find Postgraduate Teacher Training by selecting ‘part-time’ courses. You can also search by location, training provider and subject.
Not sure this route is for you?
You could also take the standard approach to training on a one-year teacher training course. Alternatively, you could qualify as a teacher in two terms on an accelerated course.
If you need further information, you can register with us for tailored advice, or call us on Freephone 0800 389 2500.
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