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Initial Teacher Training routes

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This page will help you understand what options are available for you to train as a teacher in Cambridgeshire and the surrounding areas.

Key things to consider include the associated costs of qualifying for the role, the flexibility required to attend training at various locations, and the necessary time commitments.

The information here will not only help you understand the different skills and qualifications needed to become a teacher, but also the different routes and courses you can take to begin your journey in this profession.

We have also supplied a list of different bodies that provide teacher training, as well as the answers to a few questions we get asked regularly by prospective trainee teachers.

For example, you can find out what different course types are available based on your experience, and what qualifications are essential for a teaching role.

We hope that through this page you will gain all the relevant information pertaining to your future career in education. There may be other questions that you have, in which case please contact us for further information.

If you are a qualified teacher thinking about returning to the profession, talk to us about what support we can offer to get you back in school.

Teacher Training Routes in Cambridgeshire

The various routes that can enable you to become a teacher in Cambridge and the surrounding areas consist of both part-time and full-time courses, as well as the choice to opt for a teaching internship.

All of these are great choices that will allow you to further develop your skills and put your knowledge into practice.

One requirement for all qualified teachers is that they must have a degree in any subject and at least a GCSE grade C in Maths and English (and in Science if a primary teacher). Please see below for the teacher training routes that are available: