Take a look at the teacher training opportunities available at Newcastle College
Our programmes include generic teaching courses and also specialist maths, English, ESOL and LDD/SEND PGCE programmes that will equip you to teach in a wide range of contexts such as FE colleges, adult learning, prisons and schools.
Where do our graduates teach?
- Further education colleges
- Sixth forms
- Alternative education providers
- Training organisations
- Prison education and the probation service
- Adult and community learning
- HE in FE
- Schools and 14-19
Our general teaching qualifications
- Award in Education and Training – Preparing to Teach (Level 3)
- Professional Graduate Certificate in Education (PGCE Level 6) for Young People and Adults
- Post Graduate Certificate in Education (PGCE Level 7) for Young People and Adults
Specialist PGCE Programmes
- English – for those who want to teach Functional Skills / GCSE / ESOL to ages 14-19 / adults returning to education
- Maths – for those who want to teach Functional Skills / GCSE to ages 14-19 / adults returning to education
- SEN – for those who want to teach learners with learning difficulties and disabilities in local colleges, schools and community education providers.
Part time and full time courses are available. 100 hours teaching practice within a placement (PGCE English: 120 hours)