Schools Direct is a one year qualified teaching programme that gives you an opportunity to ‘learn on the job’ in a primary or secondary school. From day one you will be part of the teaching team, learning from experienced and practicing colleagues, putting your new skills into practice, as well as earning a salary. This is appropriate for those who are currently working in a school without qualified teaching status (QTS), teaching assistants (TA) who wish to train as a teacher or anyone with 2 years’ work experience (in any field) looking for a career change.
SCITT is a one-year primary school teaching programme that leads to qualified teacher status (QTS) and post-graduate certification of education (PGCE). During the year, you learn how to teach across the primary curriculum as well as spending 120 days training in high-performing schools.
SCITT is an opportunity to have university style training with significant hands-on experience. Numbers are restricted which allows the programme to offer excellent individual support, 1-1 mentoring that in turn allows the trainers to fully invest in the development of each student. This results in being well equipped to enter any classroom by the end of the course.
The course covers all the subjects that you are required to teach across the primary curriculum. These include, English, Maths, Science and foundation subjects. There are two options to choose from: Primary Teacher that gives a broad understanding of primary teaching or Primary Teacher Specialising in Jewish Studies in which you become an effective practitioner in both secular and Jewish Studies.
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Lilmod L’lamed is a qualification that is equivalent to qualified teaching status (QTS) that entitles you to teach as a qualified teacher in both Primary and Secondary Schools. The programme provides you with the fundamental skills and ideas for leaders, managers and teachers as well as forum for professional development.
The course will take place in London and Manchester and will begin in January 2018. In order to qualify for the programme you need to pass a level 5 Diploma in Education. This is done through distance learning, with lecturing and mentoring.
The programme is the perfect opportunity to help you become more proficient in classroom management and understand how to plan and deliver a lesson that stimulates their students.
After the completion of the course teachers can then go on to register with the Society for Education and Training for the final part of the course, the ‘Professional Formation’ that takes place across two terms.
- GCSE English and Mathematics at grade C or equivalent
- Recommendation from your school
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To see PaJeS scheduled training events for Teachers, take a look at Training and Events