School Direct (tuition fee) programmes allow you to learn on the job as you work towards your Qualified Teacher Status (QTS) recommendation. This non-salaried route is run by a school, or group of schools, that work closely with e-Qualitas to certify successful trainees.
|STUDY||FULL TIME 12-MONTHS|
|TEACHING QUALIFICATIONS||QUALIFIED TEACHER STATUS (QTS)|
|FEES & FUNDING||£7,200|
- School Direct programmes are popular with students who are hoping to gain a position in their placement school following their training.
- Although your training is based in a school, they’re not your employers, and in many ways your training will be similar to training programmes in universities and colleges.
- Unlike School Direct (salaried) programmes, you’ll pay fees but you might be eligible for funding through student loans, bursaries, or scholarships. Find out more.
- If your degree subject doesn’t link closely to your chosen teaching subject, you may still be able to apply for a School Direct (salaried) programme by undertaking a subject knowledge enhancement course. You may be asked to take an SKE course as a condition of your offer, before you start your initial teacher training programme.