Secondary Teaching Taster courses


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Posted on 12 October 2011
The Courses are intended to enable participants to made an appropriately informed decision as to whether teaching is, or is not, a career that they wish to pursue.

Three-day Secondary Teaching Taster Courses are available at Keele University from 23rd - 25th November 2011.

The courses are designed for those people who are considering teaching as a possible career and/or are close to making a decision to apply for Initial Teacher Education - whether for a PGCE at a University/College of Higher Education/SCITT or through the Graduate Teacher Programme (Employment-based route) offered by a Designated Recommending Body.

The Courses are intended to enable participants to made an appropriately informed decision as to whether teaching is, or is not, a career that they wish to pursue.

Structure of Course
• Day One Keele-based
• Day Two Placement in a Keele Partnership School
• Day Three Keele-based

The Courses are predominantly for Secondary Postgraduate Teaching in Shortage/Priority subjects.  Information and Communication Technology, Mathematics, Modern Foreign Languages and Science – We will also consider applications in the other subjects that we offer at Keele.  These are English, Geography, History and Social Science including (Psychology) 

In addition, the courses are intended to encourage participants from Minority Ethnic and other under-represented groups and applications are particularly welcomed.

For further information and dates of forthcoming Taster Courses, please contact:
Tracy Di-Piazza
PGCE Office
School of Public Policy And Professional Practice
Chancellors Building
Keele
Staffordshire
ST5 5BG


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