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Newman University - teacher training open day

25 January 2019 at 16:00 to 25 January 2019 at 19:00 in Birmingham at the Newman University

Event info:

Our Faculty of Education has been training teachers for 50 years with over 13,500 students becoming qualified teachers through Newman University's Initial Teacher Education courses. Academic staff will be available to discuss undergraduate and postgraduate routes into teaching, Subject Knowledge Enhancement (SKE) and Skills Test support with prospective applicants.

We offer two undergraduate routes to qualified teacher status (QTS)

  • Primary (3-7) - 3 and 4 year options
  • Primary (5-11) – 3 and 4 year options

plus progression routes from foundation degree level for the above options.

We offer the following 1 year PGCEs with QTS for graduate teacher trainees:

Primary

  • Primary (3-7)
  • Primary (5-11)

Secondary

  • Secondary Biology
  • Secondary Chemistry
  • Secondary Computing
  • Secondary English
  • Secondary Geography
  • Secondary History
  • Secondary Mathematics
  • Secondary Physical Education
  • Secondary Physics
  • Secondary Religious Education

School Direct

We also work with 12 partner Teaching School Alliances to provide School Direct PGCE routes to QTS at Primary and Secondary Schools across the Midlands.

For those applicants who do not have sufficient subject knowledge prior to starting their PGCE, Newman University offers Subject Knowledge Enhancement (SKE) courses in: Computing, English,Geography, Mathematics, Biology, Chemistry, Physics.

Free skills test support for teacher training applicants who have accepted a place at Newman is also provided.

To attend this event, please register on our website.

Venue information:

Newman University, Genners Lane, Bartley Green, Birmingham, B32 3NT

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Additional information:

Target audience:

Those looking at a career in teaching at undergraduate or postgraduate level

Organiser:

Newman University

Event website:

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Contact email:

colin.harris@newman.ac.uk