Become a teacher
How to get into teaching
To become a school teacher in England you will need a bachelor's degree and you will need to gain Qualified Teacher Status (QTS).
If you already have a degree, we offer a Post Graduate Certificate of Education (PGCE) and QTS qualification which is delivered in a school, local to you. Our hub-based (previously school-direct) initial teacher training takes 1 academic year (Sept - July) to complete and will provide you with practical skills and vital knowledge to confidently prepare you to transition into teaching.
Our PGCE hub-based programme is a non-salaried teacher training course, based in school and accredited by the University of Worcester.
Find out more about our hub-based PGCE in Primary Education.
Forthcoming Open Events
Our Train to Teach Open Event is a great opportunity to find out more about the PGCE qualification and discover how the course will be delivered in school.
Date: Wednesday 13th December
Time: 2.30 pm - 4 pm (Call in anytime, no need to book)
Location: Rivers Teaching Alliance (Next to St Clement's CofE Primary School), Henwick Road, Worcester, WR2 5NS
If you cannot make the open event, please contact us for further details and to discuss the programme.
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Hear from our trainee teachers about their experience on our hub-based PGCE
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Whether it's just an idea or you're ready to apply, contact us about training to teach on our PGCE with QTS hub-based Programme.