Train to Teach with the West Midlands Consortium

About Us

The West Midlands Consortium is one of the longest running SCITTs in England. For 20 years we have trained graduates to become outstanding teachers with great success. Our courses are designed and delivered in collaboration with Partner Schools to provide you with the most relevant and up-to-date training. PGCE courses award up to 90 Masters Credits and are supported by our Partner University, giving you all the features of a University PGCE course with the added benefits of a well-established school-based training programme.

Benefits of training with WMC

  • Internationally recognised, fully accredited PGCE courses with up to 90 Masters Credits
  • Primary and Secondary Partner Schools working together to ensure outstanding training
  • Training delivered in schools by experienced, current practitioners
  • A dedicated team to support your development

The West Midlands Consortium is made up of over 70 Primary and Secondary Schools, and is led by Thomas Telford School, one of the top performing schools in England. If you are a graduate and want to train in a school environment, School-Centred Initial Teacher Training (SCITT) with the West Midlands Consortium is for you.

Trainee Pass Rate

At WMC we are proud of our results. We can boast that we have an outstanding pass rate for our courses, with the majority of our trainees securing teaching positions in partner schools well before the end of the course.  

Want to know more?

If you are not sure that you are eligible to start teacher training, or which course is right for you, visit our guide to teacher training courses, the train to teach website or contact us for more information.

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