We provide University level PGCE courses delivered in collaboration with Partner Schools resulting in outstanding employment rates across the West Midlands.
Confident, self-motivated and innovative teachers committed to high-quality PE teaching.
Giving you skills & experience in Science, Maths, English, History, Modern Foreign Languages or Geography.
Introducing you to the skills, strategies and theory behind education in the Primary classroom.
We will equip you to become a teacher who is able to effectively meet the demands of the 21st century.
Our PGCE programmes with Qualified Teacher Status (QTS) have been designed by experienced practitioners with support from Headteachers and outstanding subject practitioners.
The course awards 60 Masters Level Credits which can be used towards a Masters Degree.
PGCE programmes combine 'core training' sessions with classroom practice, all of which is based in schools across the West Midlands region. Core training sessions, often in the form of seminars and workshops, bring together associate teachers to reflect on their practice and share their experiences whilst receiving training from experienced colleagues.
Via Bursery or Salary
Over the 37 week programme, you will spend a minimum of 24 weeks honing your practical skills.
Associate Teachers’ skills are carefully developed and monitored by Mentors and Professional Tutors.
WMC Course Leaders support you throughout visits, tutorials and training workshops activities.
Written assignments encourage you to reflect on theory through your direct experiences in schools.
The opportunity to see evidence of the direct impact your skills have within the classroom.
3rd April 2019 at Thomas Telford School
Find out more with expert 1-2-1 tutors
Train to Teach drop-in event to be held at Thomas Telford school on Wednesday the 3rd of April, between 5-6pm.
We will be holding an informal 'drop in' session for potential applicants to teacher training who would like to learn more about the different routes into the profession. This is an opportunity to meet the Director of ITT together with course leaders and to ask any questions that you might have about teacher training. Please feel free to 'drop in' between 5-6pm on Wednesday 3rd April. We look forward to seeing you there!