If you are looking at getting into teaching, you can start to research courses for September 2021 this Autumn.
Thinking about getting into teaching but don't know where to start? Chat to us about your options from the comfort of your own home by booking one of our free, 30-minute one-to-one slots!
Despite the difficult circumstances surrounding the coronavirus and school closures, the team at Mid Essex ITT are still preparing to accept applications for the course starting in September 2021.
Mid Essex ITT are excited to be offering part-time teacher training courses again from September 2021. Applications for our next cohort will be opening on Apply from October 13 2020!
As well as being awarded QTS (Qualified Teacher Status), trainees on our course will also receive a PGCE (Postgraduate Certificate in Education) from the University of Greenwich. Trainees completing the PGCE (level 7) will be awarded 120 credits – 60 of these credits can be used towards further study at Master’s level.
If you have wondered what it might be like to be a teacher, take a look at our "home made" video of some photographs taken by our trainees. It is an interesting but honest insight!
Welcome to Mid Essex Initial Teacher Training. Mid Essex is an outstanding school-based Initial Teacher Training scheme. This means that you will undertake most of your training within a local Essex school environment. We will train you to teach at secondary school level and, after successfully completing the course, you will be awarded QTS and a Postgraduate Certificate in Education (PGCE) accredited by the University of Greenwich. We also offer both full time and part time options.
We have 25 years of experience of teacher training and over 750 teachers have trained with us. We are unique in that all our training is run by experienced, practising teachers. We are based at Notley High School & Braintree Sixth Form and have links with over 20 secondary schools around Essex.
Mid Essex ITT was recognised as 'outstanding' in all categories by Ofsted in October 2017.
For our September 2020 intake, we have space for 60 trainee teachers. Would you like to be one of them?