Subject knowledge enhancement (SKE) courses. The teacher training provider(s) you apply to may ask you to take an SKE course if they feel you have the right qualities to become a teacher, but they think you need to complete additional subject training first.
If that’s the case, they’ll offer you a place conditional on doing an SKE course. This could be for several reasons, including: your degree wasn’t in your chosen subject, but it was closely relatedyou studied the subject at A level, but not at universityyou have relevant professional experience, and an SKE course will show you how to apply that to the curriculum and your teaching SKE courses are fully funded – so you won’t have to pay any tuition fees – and you may be eligible for a training bursary of up to £7,200 to support you throughout the course. SKE programmes are available all over England at universities, schools, or third parties such as Science Learning Centres. Explore my options. Teacher Training Scholarships. What are the benefits?
Our scholars receive: a £25,000 tax-free bursary from the Department for Educationfree classroom materials including books, posters and a lab coatmentoring by an expert chemistry teachermeetings with other scholars from their regionfree online CPD courses focused on active learning in chemistryopportunities to represent the Royal Society of Chemistry at meetings and conferences on chemistry and chemistry education. Our scholars also get free membership of the Royal Society of Chemistry for two years. This includes: Education in Chemistry bimonthly magazine, with news, reviews and opinions written by teachers for teachersaccess to Talk Chemistry, our online forum for teachers to share lesson plans, innovative resources and teaching ideasaccess to national and regional networks for chemistry teachers and trainee teachers up to a third off books from top scientific publishers.
To find out more about our scholarship, watch the following video. How do I apply? CASPrimaryComputing. Teacher%20Training%20Scholarship 4pp leaflet Final no%20crop. Mathematics Teacher Training Scholarship. “How can I challenge my pupils if I am not prepared to challenge myself....” - Maths Scholar We are delighted to announce that the Mathematics Teacher Training Scholarships will be running for a fourth year for those who commence their initial teacher training in the academic year 2016/17.
Over the years that the scheme has been running, a thriving social media community has developed on Twitter and Facebook. This year there is a website dedicated to the Maths Teacher Training Scholarship Scheme which gives more detail about all the Scheme can offer in addition to £25,000 such as membership of professional bodies; training courses and access to resources. When you’re ready to apply, complete the Mathematics Teacher Training Scholarships online application. Please note that we cannot accept hard copies of the application form. As a potential Scholar your excellent subject knowledge and first class communication skills will inspire passion and confidence in the next generation. IOP Teacher Training Scholarships. £30,000 tax-free funding for talented individuals entering physics teacher training in England in the 2016/17 academic year. 150 IOP scholarships will be awarded to the very best individuals who impress us with their academic record, physics subject knowledge and commitment to teaching.
As an IOP scholar you will not only receive £30,000 tax-free funding, you will also become part of a scholarship community, giving you access to: Free IOP membership for your teacher training year, including a subscription to Physics WorldEarly career mentoring from experienced physics teachers through our Stimulating Physics Network programmeCelebration events at the beginning and end of your trainingNetworking events and educational trips exclusively for scholars throughout your training yearOpportunities to contribute to physics education policy. Click on the button below for information about the application process. Careers with music - general information. Friday 15 July 2011 A career with music is challenging and worthwhile, and offers a high level of job satisfaction for anyone with a strong interest in music.
Music offers a wide variety of opportunities. There are performers and composers, teachers in schools and at home, administrators, publishers, record companies, instrument manufacturers, librarians, broadcasters and journalists. A career with music? The skills and experience required for each activity are quite specific; but many people occupy more than one niche during their careers. When you embark on your musical career, ISM membership is the best way to equip yourself with legal and professional backing, technical advice and essential insurance schemes, as well as opportunities for professional development.
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