Training to become a Teacher. www.education.gov.uk/get-into-teaching. Recruitment for 2015. Anyone starting PGCE teacher training will, in general, need to hold at least a second class honours first degree of a UK HEI or equivalent qualification.
You can start applying for 2015 courses from the end of October 2014
UCAS Teacher Training (UTT) has replaced the Graduate Teacher Training Registry and UCAS now includes applications to the School Direct scheme and Post Compulsory PGCE.
Applicants will have three (concurrent) choices. Institutions have 40 working days to make a final decision or the applicant is automatically rejected.
Programmes open in November 2014 for 2015 entry but forms can start to be completed towards the end of this month. Programmes stay open for 10 working days initially. After that, programmes can be opened and closed.
In UCAS Teacher Training applicants will be able to make a comparison between providers before making their choice.
For some PGCE programmes providers will remain ‘open’ all year round as is that case at the moment. Others might only open for 10 working and then close.
(This includes the PGCE 7-14 option)
(and a small number of 14-19 places)
Access the forms via the website
If accepted onto a course you need to complete school experience which you arrange.