UCB early years teacher status (EYTS) open evening

11 May 2016 at 15:30 - 19:30 in Birmingham at the University College Birmingham

Event info:

From September 2016, University College Birmingham (UCB) will offer two entry routes:

  • graduate entry route – aimed at graduates with limited experience of working with children, but who wish to work in the early years sector
  • graduate employment-based route – aimed at existing practitioners, both experienced or newly-qualified, who work in relevant early years settings

Each route is fully funded by the National College for Teaching and Leadership (NCTL).

The open evening will provide you with an opportunity to speak with lecturers and ask any questions you may have about early years teacher status. Those interested in applying can also complete an application form.

Please register to attend the event.


Venue information:

University College Birmingham, McIntyre House, Holland Street, Birmingham, B3 1PW

Additional information:

Target audience:

Early years teacher training leading to early years teacher status (EYTS) is designed for people with a passion for working with children from birth to five years old and who wish to specialise in early childhood development.


University College Birmingham

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