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At Worcester you will be taught by a multi-disciplinary team who are all research active with regular publication outputs. The Early Years Initial Teacher Training (EYTT) programme works in partnership with employers to develop and enhance student experience.

We provide networking and CPD opportunities available during training and additional opportunities for further study after training with individual training plans and developmental needs supported.

Key features

- Aimed at degree holders who wish to become specialists in early childhood and development (0-5 years)

- Work alongside your studies by taking the Graduate Employment Based (GEB) route with additional £7000 funding for employers to support your training

- Study alongside voluntary placements with the Graduate Entry (GE) route. Trainees on this programme may be eligible to a bursary

- The opportunity to gain a Postgraduate Certificate in Leading Early Years Practice (awarding 60 credits towards Masters level)

- Explore wider pedagogical and practice elements to enhance your prospects in leading the early years profession

- Once you have qualified as an Early Years Teacher, you will continue to have access to personalised support from the University of Worcester

Visit the Early Years Initial Teacher Training page on the University of Worcester website for more details!




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