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Qualified Teacher Status (QTS) Assessment Only Route

Course Description

Course overview

This assessment only route to Qualified Teaching Status has been specially designed to support graduates who have significant experience in the teaching profession but are not yet qualified teachers.

This course recognises the work and experience that unqualified teachers have gained during their professional career and offers them the opportunity to gain Qualified Teacher Status.

Why should I choose this course?

In just 12 weeks, you could become a qualified teacher.
You will get high quality support throughout the course.
You will develop your professional career in education as you specialise in the rewarding area of teaching and learning.
You will be able to increase your career prospects and employment opportunities.
This course solely measures your practical experience within your workplace, with no academic study.

Entry Requirements

You will need GCSEs in Maths, English and Science (Grade C or above) and a relevant degree at 2.2 or above from a higher education institution. Plus a minimum of three years teaching experience across at least two different schools and two different age groups. You will also have to have passed your QTS tests in Literacy and Numeracy before beginning this course. You will also need to provide: Two written references acknowledging your teaching experience A letter of support from the school you currently work in, on headed paper, confirming that they will pay for your course.

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