Postgraduate Teaching ApprenticeshipsWhat is a postgraduate teaching apprenticeship?
The postgraduate teaching apprenticeship is an initial teacher training (ITT) route that:
This programme offers a combination of classroom teaching, practical learning and a salary.
You’ll receive a combination of classroom teaching and 20% of your time is allocated to off-the-job training as you work towards Qualified Teacher Status (QTS).
In addition, you’ll be required to undertake an end-point assessment (EPA) in the final term to ensure you’re on track to be an effective newly qualified teacher.
Employers can find further information regarding the postgraduate teaching apprenticeship on the government website
Further information relating to other salaried routes into teaching and the support available can be found on the government get-into-teaching website.