Get personalised one-to-one advice from our experienced agents over the telephone. They can talk you through your training options and the application process, helping you take your next steps towards a career in teaching.
Help arranging school experience
We can help you arrange the classroom experience you need for a successful application. Our School Experience Programme helps you get a placement in a school near you and is available exclusively to people who have registered with us.
Access to our teaching information events
Our Train to Teach events and application workshops offer you the chance to speak to teaching experts face-to-face. Get bespoke advice, help with your application, and meet training providers in your area – all completely free.
Handy hints and tips
We’ll send you helpful tips, hints and news to help you throughout your application – so you’ll get the important information you need, when you need it.
Support from an experienced teaching professional
If you want to train to teach secondary physics, maths, languages, geography, computing, biology or chemistry, you could be eligible for our free Premier Plus service. Your own dedicated adviser will support you through your application and be just a phone call, text or email away.
Find out everything you need to know about teacher training at one of our flagship Train to Teach Roadshows. These popular events take place all over the country and offer a brilliant opportunity to get all of your questions answered by a range of teaching professionals. Best of all, they’re completely free – find your local event and register to guarantee your place.
When you attend a Train to Teach event, you’ll get the chance to:
attend a presentation on the different teacher training routes and funding available
speak to teaching experts to receive one-to-one advice on your training options – please check your eligibility for teacher training before coming along to our event
receive personalised advice on your UCAS application – don’t forget to bring a copy of your personal statement with you
talk to practising teachers about life in the classroom
meet representatives from the schools and universities that deliver teacher training in your region to find out about their courses and entry requirements
Train to Teach events operate on a drop-in basis so you can arrive and leave at any time. However, we recommend allowing at least two hours to make the most of your visit and the wealth of information available. The presentations run hourly throughout the event and our experts will always be on hand to offer you advice.