Design Technology Graduate Teacher Training

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Design Technology Graduate Teacher Training

 As a Design Technology teacher, you’ll nurture pupils’ creativity and teach them the skills to not only come up with brilliant ideas, but to turn them into a reality. By doing so, you’ll be teaching a subject that complements their wider learning and brings it to life in practical terms – from maths and science to computing and art.

With flexible start dates throughout the academic year 2019/2020 still available you can start your teaching journey sooner rather than later. Our Apprenticeship Programme will prepare you for a successful and enduring career as a Design Technology teacher. Teaching Apprenticeship Programme will help you focus on how you can encourage pupils to be resourceful, innovative and enterprising as they solve real and relevant problems in your classroom.

As a trainee you will earn a salary starting at £20,441 whilst you work towards your QTS. Additionally, you won't need to consider tuition fees with your placement school covering the cost of the programme. Once you qualify (after 12 months on the programme) you’ll be eligible to move onto the qualified teacher’s pay scale with a significant pay rise. As your career progresses, so will your salary – teachers in leadership roles can earn on average £58,100, with many earning significantly more.

What you need to apply:

A UK recognised undergraduate degree or equivalent 2.2 or above; additionally this needs to be in a DT based area for our Design Technology Graduate Teacher Training. Should you have a degree in a different area, call us on (phone number removed) to enquire if you are eligible for other training programmes.
GCSE equivalents with a C or above (or equivalent) in English Language and Maths
A creative and innovative mindset that can inspire learners
Right to work within the UK
Passion for working in education is essential
Experience working/volunteering with younger learners is not essential but desirable as this will help your application stand out from the crowd