Training in Portsmouth
Getting into teaching
There are multiple routes into teaching and we will help you navigate these. We know that searching through multiple websites can be time consuming and confusing. To make this easier, there is information about the training providers in the city, the different type of routes and a route finder to help you identify the best fit for you and your circumstances.
We are here to provide a clear route to your next steps as a future teacher.
There are 3 main routes into teaching...
- school based training
- combination of school-based practice and university led study
- university based training
There are 8 qualification options available for you to consider as you choose your route to become a teacher
School based training
Combination of school-based practice and university led study
University Based Training
Trainees may be offered the opportunity to study for 60 M-Level credits towards a Master's degree in addition to the Professional Certificate and Qualified Teacher Status awards.
Lead providers delivering teacher training
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Between September and January, eligible mathematics, physics, chemistry, computing, and language teachers can apply to the Department for Education for an early-career payment of up to £7,500.
For the most up to date information on early-career payments, visit the Department for education's website to check eligibility.
Scholarship, loans, and bursaries
Information available on the getintoteaching website in an easy to access format to guide you through funding for train to teach courses.
Depending on your subject you might be eligible for a teaching bursary or scholarship when training to teach which are tax free and don't need to pay back.
As a parent or carer, there are also possible options for funding and support.
Even if your subject does not qualify you to receive a scholarship or bursary, you can still receive funding to help you train to teach.
A tuition fee loan of up to £9,250 allows you to cover your teacher training, without paying for the course fees upfront! There is also a maintenance loan of up to £13,022 to help with living costs. What is great about these funding options is that even if you have a student loan you can still apply for a tuition fee and a maintenance loan. These do have to be repaid once you are earning.