PGCE training delivered on your terms

The National School of Education & Teaching offers innovative postgraduate degrees that are taught 'on the job', and highly effective ongoing training in teaching and school leadership. Our training is available nationwide and only six days need to be spent out of school, so you won’t have to get in substitutes to cover classes.

Next generation of teachers

Next generation of teachers

Recruit and retain the next generation of teachers. We can help you fill your school’s vacancies by sourcing and training new teachers from our talent pool.

Available nationwide

Available nationwide

Approved by the Department for Education (DfE), our Initial Teacher Training course for teaching in England (PGCE with QTS) is available nationwide.

Apprenticeship levy

Apprenticeship levy

The course can be funded in whole or in part by a school’s apprenticeship levy. All of our courses are highly practical in nature and underpinned by useful and relevant research.

Our courses

  • PGCE with QTS
    Postgraduate Certificate in Education with Qualified Teacher Status. Teach in state-maintained or independent schools in England.
  • PGCE
    Postgraduate Certificate in Education. Teach in international schools or independent schools.
  • PreTeach & PreTeach Skill-Builders
    A range of introductory, online short-courses before you start training to teach.
  • Postgraduate Teaching Apprenticeship
    Use your school’s apprenticeship levy to pay for training.

School leaders

Find out more about the training offered at the National School of Education and Teaching.

We offer innovative postgraduate degrees and highly effective ongoing training in teaching and school leadership. 

Enquire online

For more information complete our online form and a member of the team will get back to you. 

Why choose us?

Affordable

Use your apprenticeship levy to fund courses

Recruitment

We can help you to fill teaching vacancies

On the job training

Delivered by outstanding teachers and school leaders


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