You must have:
- A UK degree or equivalent qualification giving graduate status
- GCSE English Language and Mathematics (A* – C grades) (an equivalence test in Mathematics and/or English is available via www.equivalencytesting.com).
You must have:
You should expect to hear back from us within two weeks of submitting your application to UCAS. If your application is successful, we will invite you to an interview. For further details, please see the Interview Process on each individual course page.
In order to study with us you need to have Right to Remain status. We do not have a CAS number so are unable to accept overseas applicants.
As of October 2019 you will no longer have to take the skills tests in numeracy in literacy, instead you will complete a numeracy and literacy test set by ourselves that must be passed before you complete your teacher training programme.
The skills tests are no longer an entry requirement for teacher training.
For our SCITT and School Direct programmes, we will place you in, at least, two schools during your training period.
For our Assessment Only route, you must be employed already by a school. For further information on this route, please visit our Assessment Only page.
As we are a small provider with a limited number of places we would encourage applicants to apply as early in the academic year as they are able to. Please bear in mind that some of our courses are very competitive, therefore the earlier you can apply, the better chance you will have of securing a place.
Your degree does not have to link to the subject you wish to train to teach in, however it would be advantageous to you if it did.
You will need to prove proficient subject knowledge in your chosen subject at interview where you will sit a subject knowledge test.
Subject Knowledge Enhancement (SKE) courses are available to those who we think would benefit from them prior to starting the course.
All applications must be made via UCAS Teacher Training.
UK trainees may be eligible to receive a training bursary from the DfE. Please see our bursary grid here.
Trainees can apply to Student Finance England for means-tested and non-means-tested grants. Please visit Student Finance for further information.
Titan also offers a hardship fund for trainees to request during their training year.
Unless you have chosen a salaried route, tuition fees for the course are £9,250.
The SCITT Programme will place you in at least two schools during your training period.
School-Centred Initial Teacher Training (SCITT) enables graduates to enter the teaching profession through a school-based route that offers both the conventional PGCE (Post Graduate or Professional Graduate Certificate in Education) and extensive classroom experience, all in the one year.
Please visit our Assessment Only page for eligibility and other information.
A high percentage of our trainees secure a NQT position at the end of their training year. Many are employed by our partnership schools.
All of our courses lead to qualified teacher status (QTS) and a PGCE with master's credits accredited by Birmingham City University.
All trainees are assigned a SBT (School Based Trainer) and a PT (Professional Tutor). Trainees have weekly one-to-one tutorials with the SBT and regular meetings/taught sessions with their Professional Tutor to review progress against the Teachers’ Standards;
A central programme of BEI (Broader Educational Studies) sessions is held on Tuesday mornings at Titan's Learning Hub across the year.
Weekly Subject Knowledge and Pedagogy taught sessions cover the National Curriculum and take place in our partnership schools.
The Primary SCITT programme is 36 weeks. 35 weeks are spent in school.
The Secondary SCITT programme is 36 weeks. 35 weeks are spent in school
The School Direct routes are 36 weeks. 35 weeks are spent in school
Please visit our Partner Schools page to see which schools we work with.
SCITT (School Centred Initial Teacher Training) is a 38 week (36 for our Secondary programme) school based full-time post-graduate teacher training programme. A group of schools take the lead in designing the training programme. Trainees will be placed in two training schools with a gradual introduction to teaching leading to an assessed practice period.
School Direct puts schools at the heart of the process. With School Direct, schools can request training places directly, select the accredited provider with whom they want to work and agree the content and focus of the training programme. Trainees are based in one training school for the majority of the training year and carry out a short second school placement.
Both SCITT and School Direct lead to qualified teacher status and a PGCE
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