Train to Teach
You have a variety of options if you want to train to teach on the Yorkshire Coast. School-led training programmes are available which offer hands on training in a local school from the start. Alternatively, university-led programmes are also available, which include placements in local schools too.
Get Into Teaching
Information about different types of training course, eligibility and funding options is provided at the government Get Into Teaching website.
You can also find useful information about eligibility and the application process at the UCAS *[UCAS]: Universities and Colleges Admissions Service website.
See this Get Into Teaching video where trainee teachers explain how and why they got into teaching:
How to apply
You apply for all teacher training courses in our area through the UCAS website. Enter the name of your preferred training provider to find out what courses they are offering.
Initial Teacher Training Providers
Want to learn to how to teach… with first-hand experience in the workplace with the children and young people on the North Yorkshire Coast?
Whether you're a new graduate, in your final year of university or considering a change of career, teacher training alliances can offer you a high-quality school-based initial teacher training course, encompassing a PGCE *[PGCE]: Postgraduate Certificate of Education from an accredited partner university, could provide you with the best start to your career in teaching on the North Yorkshire Coast.
Teaching Alliances on the North Yorkshire Coast are:
- Ebor Hope Teaching Alliance
- Esk Valley Alliance
- Redcar and Cleveland Teacher Training Partnership
- Scarborough Teaching Alliance
- Teach First
- The Middlesbrough Diocese Teaching Alliance
Alternatively, you can learn how to teach directly with the local universities who offer teacher training courses working with North Yorkshire schools: