Teaching


CAREER PATHS: Teaching Assistant, Further Education Lecturer, Adult and Community Educator.


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Interested in inspiring young people? As a teacher, you can use your skills to help students get to where they want to be.

Once you have achieved qualified teacher status (QTS), you can expect a good starting salary that compares well with other graduate professions. This can also increase if you choose to take on additional responsibilities.

Becoming a teacher can offer you a satisfying, rewarding and stable career.

Teaching Courses

Diploma in Education and Training


Students who successfully complete this course will have gained a recognised teaching qualification for the post-16 education and training sector. This is one of the most popular qualifications for prospective teachers wishing to pursue a career in further education, or for those who currenlty hold an FE teaching role and wish to gain a full teaching qualification.

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Level 3 Award in Education and Training


This qualification is an introductory course for anyone wishing to explore teaching in a wide range of contexts. 

The course will benefit students who are considering taking a recognised teaching qualification.  The course is aimed at teaching students from the age of 14. This qualification gives learners the opportunity to explore:

  • Developing knowledge related to teaching and learning in an associated teaching role.

  • Developing skills in teaching and learning and assessment.

Students will achieve a nationally recognised Level 3 qualification. Course dates for this academic year are:
January  2021:  13th, 14th 15th, 18th and 19th.
July 2021: 7th, 8th, 9th, 12th and 13th.

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