Teacher Education Courses and Apprenticeships in London
We understand the importance of teaching and know how rewarding a profession it can be.
Depending on your experience, we have a range of teacher training courses designed for new or experienced teachers and lecturers, which help you to develop the skills to lead and inspire in education.
Teaching offers fantastic career prospects, and our education and training courses are a great place to start or further develop your skills in the profession.
Our teacher training courses
At CONEL, we offer progression routes from Level 2 to Level 5 and some postgraduate qualifications.
Our teacher training courses include:
- Supporting Adults and Young People in Essential Skills
- Supporting Teaching and Learning
- Assessing Vocational Achievements
- English Literacy and Numeracy
- Education and Training
- Postgraduate Certificate in Education
- Specialist Diplomas in English, Literacy, ESOL and Teaching Disabled Learners
- Access to Higher Education: Teaching
We provide a range of courses for those who are interested in or already working in the further education and skills sector. Our courses are suitable for those working in further and adult education, schools, private and voluntary training providers. You can undertake a range of courses to meet your needs, whether you are new to teaching or already in a teaching role.
Our provision offers qualifications ranging from level 3 such as the Introductory Award in Education and Training, Level 3 Award in teaching English/ Literacy and mathematics; Certificate in Education and Training at level 4, Diploma in Education and Training courses (120 credits level 4&5) or Professional Graduate Certificate in Education (ProfGCE level 6) and PGCE in Further Education offered in partnership with Canterbury Christ Church University. We also offer courses with subject specialism in English- ESOL and Literacy and Teaching Learners with Special Needs.
We are proud to offer, in partnership with Canterbury Christ Church University, a range of professional and academic training courses which lead to Qualified Teacher Status (QTLS).The PGCE programme at CCCU has been recognised by Ofsted as ‘outstanding’, one of the few programmes to be recognised as such nationally. In a competitive employment marketplace, you would have the added edge of a professional qualification from an institution noted as a centre of excellence for teacher education and development. In addition, the qualification of ‘PGCE’ is instantly recognisable to potential employers as signifying that you have both a degree as well as the appropriate teaching qualification needed.
How much do teachers earn?
If you’re considering a career in teaching, you’ll probably want to know how well the profession pays. Once you’ve completed one of our Teacher Education courses or apprenticeships, you could be on the path to a career in professions such as:
- Teaching Assistant: Hourly Pay £9.43, Weekly Pay £330, Annual Pay £17,160
- Learning Mentor/Assistants: Hourly Pay £9,44, Weekly Pay £340, Annual Pay £17,680
- Library Assistant: Hourly Pay £10.86, Weekly Pay £380, Annual Pay £19,760
- Primary School Teacher: Hourly Pay £20.01, Weekly Pay £690, Annual Pay £35,880
- Secondary School Teacher: Hourly Pay £22.73, Weekly Pay £750, Annual Pay £39,000
- FE Lecturer: Hourly Pay £19.46, Weekly Pay £720, Annual Pay £37,440
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