Graduate Teacher Apprenticeship in Science (Physics, Chemistry or Biology)
Secondary Schools within Buckinghamshire
September or October 2021 Starts Available
Science Teacher Training for a secondary schools in Buckinghamshire.
Would you like to train to become a teacher and get paid whilst doing so?
Does the idea of not having to take a student loan appeal to you?
Would you like to gain your Qualified Teacher Status (QTS) without having to pay the tuition fee?
If so then this is the perfect opportunity for you.
The Teacher Apprenticeship programme are working with schools in the Buckinghamshire County to support them in identifying Science graduates for Initial Teacher Training. Once we have pre-screened candidates who meet the criteria for teacher training we then schedule interviews with schools who will conduct their own interview process to identify the most suitable graduate for their school.
If you would like to join at this exciting time then you must meet the following entry requirements.
- A - C grades (or equivalent) in GCSE Science, Maths and English.
- You must have a minimum of a 2:2 honours degree in a Science subject, please note Sports Science does NOT count.
- You must have all your certificates to produce as evidence.
- If you have a degree from abroad then it must be NARIC checked prior to application.
- All candidates must pass the QTS Skills Test in numeracy and literacy before starting the course.
This post is subject to an Enhanced Disclosure check (DBS) under the Rehabilitation of Offenders Acts 1974. The role includes liaison with staff, parents and third parties.
To take full advantage of this opportunity please forward your CV to (url removed) or call Alicja Luambano on: (phone number removed)
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