Applicants should normally have at least an upper second class honours degree in a cognate subject. Applicants with a lower second class honours degree may be considered if they have relevant work experience. Applicants should also be studying or have recently completed a QTS course.
GCSEs - All applicants must have grade C passes in GCSE English language and maths (or equivalent) before making their application.
Months of entry
We understand that practice is your main priority, that's why we have designed this online course that enables you to study wherever and whenever you want.
Training to become a teacher is one of the most challenging thing you will ever do. With this in mind, this online course is designed to fit around your other professional commitments and will involve assessments relevant to your working life. Designed for practising teachers or those who want to teach in primary or secondary schools and who have recently undertaken or are undertaking a period of training leading to QTS or equivalent, our goal is to provide the foundations that will enrich your practice and fast-track your teaching career.
You will benefit from outstanding support tailored to your professional development needs, including personal online learning tutors, online tutorials using a range of web-based software and numerous opportunities to network through our professional learning communities.
You will expand your critical understanding of the education sector and share best practice with your colleagues on the course. You will also scrutinise government and sector-wide policies and analyse theoretical, pedagogical and policy discourse and debates to gain a critical research-informed perspective on what is happening in education.
We currently work in partnership with Rochdale Pioneers Partnership, Ripley TSAand Equalitas and we are keen to extend our partners both in the UK and internationally within the English curriculum.
Qualification and course duration
Course contact details
- Admissions Enquiries
- 0113 812 3113