PGCE Secondary (11-16 years) Teacher Training Event
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- Tuesday 1 March 2022
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PGCE Teacher Training - School of Education and Lifelong Learning
University of East Anglia (UEA)
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Do you want to be a teacher? Learn more about UEA’s Secondary PGCE teacher training courses. Train to teach in the Secondary age range (11-16 years). UEA’s University-led and School Direct PGCE programmes lead to Qualified Teacher Status (QTS) and 90 Master’s level credits.
Find out how you will be supported to teach your chosen subject by our specialist tutors who are both academics and experienced teachers. Members of UEA's PGCE admissions team will also be available to offer advice on all admissions related questions.
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