Postgraduate Teaching Apprenticeships are a new, nationally-recognised, work-based route into teaching. In addition to working towards Qualified Teacher Status (QTS) on successful completion of the course, apprentices will also complete an endpoint assessment (EPA) after the summer to consolidate learning from initial teacher training.
Postgraduate Teaching Apprenticeship programmes combine paid work with on and off-the-job training. The design of the programme has been led by a group of experienced schools and teachers, specifically for apprentices.
Apprentices will split their time between school and university study. You’ll receive practical, school-led training alongside experienced staff, and spend at least 20% of your time off-timetable to learn the pedagogy of teaching
A degree awarded by a UK Higher Education institution or recognised alternative, C/4 in GCSE Maths and English, also science if applying for primary. Pass in professional skills test.
Some training providers may also have specific entry criteria.
QTS. Possibly PGCE depending on school
Dependent on school
Direct to school
The University of Wolverhampton has been providing students with the opportunities presented by a first-class education for over 180 years. One of the West Midlands’ largest providers of teacher education, at the Institute of Education we offer a comprehensive range of nationally-recognised courses for the education professionals of the future, including cutting-edge teacher training and undergraduate courses.
The University of Wolverhampton's attractive offering to students from around the world includes 96% graduate employability (Destination of Leavers of Higher Education survey 2017).