FAQ

What qualifications are required?

You will need a GCSE, grade C or above, in Maths and English (also Science for primary teaching).  You will also need an honours degree.

Does my degree need to be in the subject I want to teach?

No, we will consider applications from people with relevant experience.  In some cases there may be a requirement to complete a subject knowledge enhancement course.

When can I start my application?

Applications are now open for the 2017-18 cohort and are completed via the UCAS website

What subjects / courses do you have available for 2017-18?

You can see our subjects and remaining places HERE

How much are the course fees for 2017-18?

The CLF SCITT course fee for 2017-18 is £9000

What funding support can I access?

Detailed information about funding can be found HERE

Is the course full time?

Yes, the course is full time and runs from Mid August - Mid July

Where will I be based?

All training and most placements will take place in one of the CLF academies.  Occasionally placements will be at non-CLF schools/academies in the local area.

What time does the course start and finish each day?

Training centre days are 8.30 - 4.00.  School based days will be 8.15 - 4.30

How many school placements will I have?

The Primary and Secondary courses include three school placements

How do you select the placements?

Placement allocation is determined by availability and suitability. Every effort is made to minimise travel distances.

What qualifications will I graduate with?

The CLF SCITT courses result in the award of Qualified Teacher Status (QTS) and a PGCE accredited by the University of the West of England







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