Get Into Teaching 2018-01-19T13:05:02+00:00

Teacher Training

We are committed to working in partnership with trainees and partner schools to provide highly trained teachers for the local community and beyond..

Introduction

North East London Teaching Alliance (NELTA) is a large teaching school alliance of 19 schools. Beal High School is the lead school.
Many of the schools in our alliance are outstanding and they include both primary and secondary schools, independent schools, boys and girls grammar schools, faith school, comprehensive schools and special schools. This gives you access to a range of training experiences.

Primary and Secondary Initial Teacher Training

We offer teacher training places for both the tuition fee and salaried routes to Qualified Teacher Status.
For tuition fee routes routes we work with King’s College London, UCL and NELTA as our accredited providers.
For our salaried route we have two different accredited providers who will ultimately recommend the award of QTS, UCL and NELTA (the operating name of teacher training provided by the Beacon Multi-Academy Trust)

Courses

This course has been designed for people who would prefer a more hands-on approach to teacher training. You may have school experience as an instructor, cover supervisor, teaching assistant or overseas trained teacher.

You will be employed by one of the schools in our alliance as an unqualified teacher and paid at least U1 on the unqualified teacher pay scale. You will normally be allocated a 50% timetable of classes that you will teach from the first day of term. The timetable allocation will increase as you gain more experience. There is a comprehensive programme of mentoring, training and support delivered by the school and provider. You will complete a short placement at a contrasting school in the alliance (a minimum of 4 weeks).

The school will pay the university or accredited provider on your behalf so there will be no fees for you to pay. At the end of a successfully completed course you will be recommended for the award of Qualified Teacher Status.

We have two different salaried routes one with an HEI (UCL/IOE) and one with NELTA as the accredited provider.

Salaried Route with NELTA as the Accredited Provider

If successful you will be employed by Beal High School or another school in our alliance as an unqualified teacher.

Your training will include:

  • Weekly post-school day Teacher Toolkit sessions on key elements of teaching and learning
  • A number of extended study days on core pedagogical themes ( including literacy and numeracy)
  • Subject knowledge enhancement support days
  • A highly qualified subject mentor
  • The support of a NELTA Professional Development Tutor
  • A large amount of school based experience
  • A short placement in a contrasting school (at least 4 weeks)
  • An opportunity to visit our specialist provision for students with communication difficulties such as Autism.
Salaried Route with UCL/IOE as the Accredited Provider

If successful you will be employed by Beal High School or another school in our alliance as an unqualified teacher.

We offer a range of subjects with UCL/IOE.

You training will include:

  • Weekly post-school day Teacher Toolkit sessions on key elements of teaching and learning
  • A number of extended study days at UCL
  • Subject knowledge enhancement at UCL
  • A highly qualified subject mentor
  • The support of a NELTA Professional Development Tutor
  • A large amount of school based experience
  • A short placement in a contrasting school (6 weeks)
  • An opportunity to visit our specialist provision for students with communication difficulties such as Autism.
Non-Salaried School Direct
(PGCE)

This course has been designed for people who would prefer a more theoretical approach to teacher training and would like to gain an academic qualification at the end of their course.

You will divide your time between one of our partner universities (King’s or UCL) and two 12-week placements in one of our partner schools. NELTA will ensure that these school placements contrast well and suit your individual needs. Whilst on placement you will teach between 8-10 lessons* per week and will take part in a comprehensive training programme delivered by the school. Whilst in our partner schools you will benefit from having a subject mentor and support from the NELTA team.

You will pay fees of £9000 to the HEI (King’s or UCL) which accredits your course; however, you may be eligible for a training bursary.

At the end of a successfully completed course you will gain Qualified Teacher Status and a PGCE, accredited by either King’s or UCL.

Non-Salaried School Direct (QTS only) with NELTA

This course has been designed for people who would prefer a more practical approach to teacher training without the pressure of completing Masters Level assignments.

You will split your year between placements in two of our partner schools. NELTA will ensure that these school placements contrast well and suit your individual needs. Whilst on placement you will teach between 8-10 lessons* per week and will take part in a comprehensive training programme run by NELTA. Whilst in one of our partner schools you will benefit from having a subject mentor and the support of a NELTA Professional Development Tutor.

You will pay fees of £7,500 (2017/2018)* to NELTA. Training bursaries may be available.

At the end of a successfully completed course you will gain Qualified Teacher Status.

*These fees are subject to annual review. Please check the UCAS profile for the most up to date information.

*subject to experience and the requirements of the employing school

Which Programme Is Best For Me?

Salaried route to QTS with UCL/IOE as the accredited providerSalaried route to QTS with NELTA as the accredited providerTuition Fee route to QTS only with NELTATuition Fee route to QTS/ PGCE with UCL or King's as the accredited provider
Accredited provider UCL/IOE Accredited provider NELTAAccredited provider NELTAAccredited provider King's/ IOE (depending on Subject)
Tuition fees funded by the employing school Tuition fees funded by the schoolTuition fees payable to NELTATuition fees payable to the HEI
Employed by a school in NELTA and paid a salaryEmployed by a school in NELTA and paid a salaryNot employed or paidNot employed by a school or paid
Course length - employed for a full academic yearCourse length - employed for a full academic yearCourse length - September to JuneCourse length - September to June
6 week contrasting school placement4 week contrasting school placementTwo placements at contrasting schoolsTwo placements at contrasting schools
Qualified Teacher Status onlyQualified Teacher Status onlyQualified Teacher Status onlyQualified Teacher Status and PGCE
Subjects offered: various, please see UCAS website or contact the NELTA teamSubjects offered: various, please see UCAS website or contact the NELTA teamSubjects offered: various, please see UCAS website or contact the NELTA teamSubjects offered: various, please see UCAS website or contact the NELTA team
Expectation of employment within the allianceExpectation of employment within the allianceExpectation of employment within the allianceExpectation of employment within the alliance
One interview and King's/UCL check applicationOne interviewOne interviewTwo interviews (one with NELTA and one with King's /UCL)

Finance

The finance options are different for each course. Further information about finances can be found here.

School based salaried route

NELTA will pay any fees on your behalf and the employing school will pay you a salary. The minimum salary will be U1 on the unqualified teacher pay scale.

Provider based tuition fee route

There will be fees to pay to the accredited provider. The cost will depend on which accredited provider you train with.

King’s/IOE

The fee for your PGCE course accredited by King’s/UCL is £9250. You can apply for a loan with the student loans company for support with these fees.

NELTA

The fee for your QTS only course accredited by NELTA is £7,500 (2018/2019)*. You can apply for a loan with the student loans company for support with these fees.

*These fees are subject to annual review. Please check the UCAS profile for the most up to date information.

Entry Requirements

Salaried route

The minimum requirements are:

  • 2.2 British Bachelors degree with honours (or equivalent) of which at least 50% must be in the subject you are applying to teach.
  • A* to C grade in GCSE Maths and English (or equivalent). A*-C grade in GCSE Science (or equivalent) also required for primary trainees.
  • 3 years of work experience in any field (this may be flexible for good applicants in shortage subjects).

You will also have to pass the Professional Skills tests in Literacy and Numeracy before the start of the course.

Tuition fee route

The minimum requirements are:

2.2 British Bachelors degree with honours (or equivalent) of which at least 50% must be in the subject you are applying to teach.
A* to C grade in GCSE Maths and English (or equivalent). A*-C in GCSE Science (or equivalent) also required for primary trainees.
You will also have to pass the Professional Skills tests in Literacy and Numeracy before the start of the course.

Overseas qualifications

If your qualifications were awarded from another country you need to contact NARIC who are an organisation who will check your equivalency and give you a certificate to prove that your qualifications are acceptable. We will ask for this on application.

To check your degree equivalency click here.

FAQ

Why are some places with NELTA, some with UCL and some with King’s as the accredited provider? 2017-10-20T09:46:55+00:00

This just depends on the subjects that those providers offer for teacher training. The courses all lead to QTS.

What is the difference between QTS and PGCE? 2017-09-04T13:04:55+00:00

QTS means you have qualified teacher status- this means that you are qualified to teach in any school in England. A PGCE is a post- graduate certificate in education. This means you have a Masters level certificate in the study of education. You can have QTS without a PGCE which will allow you to teach. You can have a PGCE without QTS which means you will have a Masters level qualification but you are not qualified to teach in a school (this is not common). Or you can have both a PGCE and QTS which means you are qualified to teach in England and possibly beyond and have a Masters level qualification in education.

I am approaching my RBD date on UCAS what does this mean? 2017-09-04T13:04:02+00:00

On your reject by default (RBD) date if a provider has not made you an offer for their programme you will be rejected by default. If providers have not responded at all and you are approaching your RBD it may be that your application has been unsuccessful. This should be communicated with you via e mail. It is worth contacting the NELTA team at Beal High school to check there has not been an error with UCAS. If you know that a school has recommended you to an accredited provider (King’s or UCL) but you are approaching your RBD date and have not heard from the accredited provider please ensure that you have contacted the professional development team at Beal who can chase the provider for you. Providers can get your application back after this date if they need to but this is complicated.

What does RBD mean? 2017-09-04T13:03:24+00:00

Reject By Default date. If a provider doesn’t get back to you by this date UCAS will automatically reject you.

I can’t attend my interview date what should I do? 2017-09-04T13:02:50+00:00

Notify the admin team as soon as you know you cannot attend so we can try and arrange another date. We do however advise that where possible you keep interview dates. We interview on a fortnightly cycle and once places are filled vacancies will be closed on UCAS and you can no longer apply.

After the interview with NELTA how long will it be until I know if I have been successful? 2017-09-04T13:01:28+00:00

The team will endeavour to let you know within a week if you are successful or not. We will notify you via e mail. However if UCL or King’s are your accredited provider this does not mean you have a place yet as the university has the final say. NELTA will recommend you to the university and we will notify you of this within a week if possible.

When I apply through UCAS for the salaried route what options do I choose? 2017-10-20T09:50:37+00:00

On the UCAS ‘Search for training programmes website you can then search for the programme by course type, outcomes or even the individual provider such as the lead school (Beal High School) or HEI provider (NELTA)

I am applying from another country will I have to attend an interview? 2017-09-04T12:59:38+00:00

Yes. In order for you to be considered for a place the schools need to see you interacting with their students. The accredited providers will also want you to attend an interview with them. As such you need to make arrangements to be available for interview.

What support is there? 2017-09-04T12:59:13+00:00

One of the benefits of training through a School Direct programme is the level of support that you get. You will have a subject mentor in school who will meet with you weekly and discuss your training needs. In addition you should be shadowing a range of staff members within a department who will all support you with planning and give you feedback. We have a team of NELTA Professional Development Tutors who will also provide support, information, advice and guidance. We also offer an intensive few days of training before you go into your first placement where we will teach you the basics of teaching and learning. If King’s or UCL are your accredited provider you will also have a university tutor who will also monitor your progress and give you feedback.

How is it assessed? 2017-09-04T12:58:18+00:00

You will be observed regularly by your subject mentor, some of these will be formal and will be used as evidence you are meeting the Teachers’ Standards. In addition you will be observed by a Tutor from your accredited provider who will give you feedback on your progress. You will complete a number of assignments assignments and create a folder of evidence to show you are meeting the Standards.

When and where is the second placement? 2017-09-04T12:57:29+00:00

Second placements will happen just after the February half term. The placement will depend on the availability and space at each school. This will be negotiated with you. One of the benefits of training through NELTA is that most of our placements are in the same area and we will negotiate the placements with you.

Will I be expected to teach subjects other than the one I am training in? 2017-09-04T12:57:03+00:00

Possibly but this is rare. The other subject will not make up a large part of your teaching load and will typically be lower down the school (KS3). This would only be the case for closely related subjects and only due to the way that schools timetable certain subjects. For example you may be training in History but will have to teach KS3 Geography because schools have Humanities at KS3 rather than separate subjects. If you are teaching science most schools do not separate the sciences before A level and you may be expected to teach all 3 to GCSE.

Will I be left on my own? 2017-09-04T12:56:13+00:00

Not completely. You will not be employed by the school and as such you will not have your own timetable but will be taking the classes of experienced teachers. As such the classroom teacher should always be around. We have found that a little bit of time in the classroom on your own can benefit you so some teachers may sit in a nearby office in case you need anything or will pop out for a few minutes during your lessons. You should not be taking classes unsupported with no one around.

When will I start teaching? 2017-09-04T12:55:37+00:00

Your first school placement will begin in early October .You will be invited to spend three days at Beal prior to starting University. There will be a number of workshops on theses three days looking at the basics of teaching and learning.

Will I have to attend more than one interview? 2017-09-04T12:53:11+00:00

This depends on which accredited provider you are applying with. If you are applying with NELTA as your accredited provider you will attend an interview at Beal High School and if successful you will be offered a place. If you are applying with UCL as your accredited provider you will have an interview at Beal High School first and then we will recommend you to UCL for further interview. They will look at your application and hopefully offer you a second interview. After this if successful you will be offered a place. If you are applying with King’s as the accredited provider they will usually short list and invite you to interview. After this you will be recommended to us and we will do a second interview. This can sometimes be the other way round because of time constraints.

When do the interviews take place? 2017-09-04T12:52:10+00:00

NELTA will interview you as soon as they can and we tend to hold an interview day every two weeks. If you have applied with King’s as your accredited provider they often interview first and your second interview will be by us as soon as King’s have recommended you. Interviews at NELTA occur on Wednesdays.

Will I get a bursary? 2017-10-20T10:02:49+00:00

This will depend on the subjects that you teach. More information about current bursaries can be found here

Is there a difference between the accredited providers? 2017-09-04T12:46:47+00:00

Not really. The courses, assignments and assessments are very similar for each of the providers. The only difference really is where you go for the training. The only real difference if that if NELTA is your accredited provider the fees are less because you do not get a PGCE.

Is there a benefit to having a PGCE? 2017-09-04T12:45:49+00:00

Not really. If you plan to teach in England there is really no difference. Employers don’t regard it as something that is needed. If you plan to teach elsewhere some may want evidence of a PGCE.

Do I need to have a PGCE to teach? 2017-09-04T12:45:10+00:00

No. In England you only need QTS (Qualified Teacher Status).

Will I get a PGCE at the end of this course? 2017-09-04T12:44:17+00:00

If you train with King’s or UCL as your accredited provider you will be awarded QTS and you will get a PGCE. If you train with NELTA you will get qualified teacher status only (QTS). We are investigating the possibility of Masters level credits.

How much will this cost? 2017-10-20T09:52:09+00:00

This depends on who your accredited provider is. If you train with King’s or UCL their fees are £9250 for the course. If you train with NELTA as your accredited provider our fees are £7500 (2018/2019).

I am approaching my RBD date on UCAS what does this mean? 2017-09-04T12:42:58+00:00

On your reject by default (RBD) date if a provider has not made you an offer for their programme you will be rejected by default. If providers have not responded at all and you are approaching your RBD it may be that your application has been unsuccessful as this should be communicated with you via e mail. It is worth contacting the NELTA team at Beal High school to check there has not been an error with UCAS. If you know that a school has recommended you to an accredited provider (King’s or IOE) but you are approaching your RBD date and have not heard from the accredited provider please ensure that you have contacted the professional development team at Beal who can chase the provider for you. Providers can get your application back after this date if they need to but this is complicated.

What does RBD mean? 2017-09-04T12:42:21+00:00

Reject by default date. If a provider doesn’t get back to you by this date UCAS will automatically reject you.

I can’t attend my interview date what should I do? 2017-09-04T12:41:47+00:00

Notify the admin team as soon as you know you cannot attend so we can try and arrange another date. We do however advise that where possible you keep interview dates. We interview on a fortnightly cycle and once places are filled they will be removed from UCAS and the vacancy closed.

After the interview with NELTA how long will it be until I know if I have been successful? 2017-09-04T12:40:31+00:00

The team will endeavour to let you know within a week if you are successful or not. We will notify you via e mail. However if the IOE or King’s are you accredited provider this does not mean you have a place yet as the university has the final say. NELTA will recommend you to the university.

How many interviews will I have? 2017-09-04T12:39:15+00:00

Usually one. As you are a salaried trainee you will be asked to attend an interview (usually at the school in which you will ultimately be employed). At the end of that day if you have applied with NELTA as your accredited provider we could potentially offer you a position if you are successful. If you have applied and King’s or the IOE are your accredited provider at the end of your school interview, if successful we will recommend you to the HEI. They will scrutinize your application and let us know their decision. As part of their quality assurance they occasionally interview a salaried applicant so you may be invited to a second interview.

When I apply through UCAS to the Salaried route for School Direct what options do I choose? 2017-09-04T12:38:45+00:00

On the UCAS website click the link at the top for teacher training. Then once on that page click the link for use our search tool. You can then search for the programme by course type by selecting school direct salaried or you can search by school (Beal High School).

I am applying from another country will I have to attend an interview? 2017-09-04T12:36:50+00:00

Yes. With the salaried route you will be expected to teach lessons from September on your own and because of this the school and department needs to be confident that you can do this. This means you will have to deliver a learning experience during the interview day to a group of students at the school in which you will be employed (if successful). You will have to attend the interview date and deliver this experience to be considered.

Do I need to have worked in a school to apply for this route? 2017-09-04T12:15:23+00:00

No. The salaried route is for people that have 3 years work experience but this can be in any field. Some experience of what goes on inside a UK classroom would be useful for your application and for your interview.

What is the difference between the accredited providers (NELTA and UCL/IOE)? 2017-10-20T09:56:19+00:00

They are just different HEIs that can award QTS. The courses are very similar. There will be subject knowledge support days, pedagogical theory support days, an assignment to write, regular observations by a tutor and a portfolio of evidence that each of the standards have been met. The only difference is the place that you will go to for the training.

Why are some places with NELTA and some with UCL/IOE as the accredited provider? 2017-10-20T09:58:47+00:00

This just depends on the subjects that those providers offer for School Direct. The courses are all very similar.

Is there a benefit to having a PGCE? 2017-09-04T12:12:54+00:00

Not really. If you plan to teach in England there is really no difference. Employers don’t regard it as something that is needed. If you plan to teach elsewhere some will want evidence of a PGCE.

Do I need a PGCE to teach? 2017-09-04T12:12:21+00:00

No, to teach in England you only need QTS.

What is the difference between QTS and PGCE? 2017-09-04T12:09:40+00:00

QTS means you have qualified teacher status- this means that you are qualified to teach in any school in England. A PGCE is a post- graduate certificate in education. This means you have a Masters level certificate in the study of education. You can have QTS without a PGCE which will allow you to teach. You can have a PGCE without QTS which means you will have a Masters level qualification but you are not qualified to teach in a school (this is not common). Or you can have both a PGCE and QTS which means you are qualified to teach in England and possibly beyond and have a Masters level qualification in education.

Can I get a PGCE after I have completed this course? 2017-09-04T12:10:08+00:00

If you followed the salaried route with King’s or the IOE as an accredited provider there is the potential for you to complete the two additional assignments in the year after your course completion and pay for all three of your assignments (one from the training year and the two additional ones) to be marked at Masters level. This would be subject to agreement with the HEI. If NELTA was your accredited provider unfortunately we cannot offer Masters level accreditation at the moment but this is under review.

Will I get a PGCE on this course? 2017-09-04T12:08:43+00:00

No. The salaried route is for QTS (qualified teacher status) only.

Will I be used to cover lessons? 2017-09-04T12:07:47+00:00

You may, but generally not for more than one hour a week. Timetable allocations for salaried trainees are generally half that of a full time member of staff and in order for this to be financially viable for the employing school (to employ the equivalent of half a teacher and contribute to provider fees) the employing school may then need to use you for cover. This will be minimal (once per week).

Where and when will my 4 week placement at a contrasting school be? 2017-09-04T12:05:02+00:00

This really depends and will be decided in negotiation with department heads. The time that your 4 week placement occurs will depend on the school and department you are employed by. Some of our accredited providers insist that you do this placement as a 4 week block and we will try and organise swaps with other schools with a trainee in the same subject to minimise the disruption to school timetables. This will be in negotiation with you and the department heads. If you train with King’s or NELTA as you accredited provider you may be able to do your contrasting placement in smaller blocks or even one day per week if the timetable allows. The school you end up in will need to be a contrasting experience to the school in which you are employed. The senior member of staff responsible for teacher training in your employing school will discuss this with you.

My Degree is not from the UK will I have to do another degree? 2017-09-04T12:04:29+00:00

The minimum requirement is the equivalent of a UK bachelors degree with honours classified at 2.2 or above. If you degree is from another country you will be asked to provide evidence of equivalency. NARIC is the organisation which will check these degrees and provide you with a certificate of equivalency. You will need to contact NARIC and send us the certificate. If your NARIC equivalency certificate states that your degree is the same level as a UK bachelors with honours at a 2.2 classification you will have met the entry requirements. If it states ordinary degree or lower or 3 rd class unfortunately you do not meet the entry requirement and we will not be able to process your application further.

Will I need to complete the teacher’s skills tests? 2017-09-04T12:04:04+00:00

You will need to complete these tests before you start on your course. There can sometimes be a 60 day wait for this test so the sooner you book it the better. Any offer you receive will always be conditional on you passing these tests and so you cannot start the course without providing evidence of these.

Will I need a DBS before I apply? 2017-09-04T12:03:31+00:00

You can apply without a DBS check but any offer you may be made will be dependent on you having one and being cleared to work with children. This will need to be completed before you start the course . DBS checks will be organised by the provider or the employing school in the case of the salaried route.

Am I guaranteed a job at the end of this course? 2017-09-04T12:03:02+00:00

If you train through NELTA and complete the course there is an expectation of employment at the end. This is subject to availability and may not be at the school in which you trained. We have very high employment rates for our trainees.

How is my progress assessed? 2017-09-04T12:02:07+00:00

Observations, assignments a portfolio of evidence you have met the assignments. You will be observed regularly by your mentor and given feedback, some of these observations will be formal and will be recorded and used as part of your portfolio of evidence. You will need to keep a folder of evidence that demonstrates you have met each standard. You will also have assignments that you will need to complete.

How often will I be observed? 2017-09-04T12:01:36+00:00

You should be observed regularly by your subject mentor (about once per fortnight) initially. This is so they can check your progress and give you feedback. It may be that they will observe you less as you become more skilled at your classroom practice. You will also have a NELTA tutor who should observe you at least once per term. Those who are training with King’s or the IOE as their accredited provider will also have a university tutor who should observe them at least once per term. The purpose of these observations will be to provide feedback and check progress.

Which school will I be based at? 2017-09-04T11:56:51+00:00

This depends on vacancies at schools. The Head of Department from the school you will be based in will be present at your interview. Sometimes we recommend trainees to other schools because we feel they would fit in well there, this would be communicated with you via e mail. If you are in doubt please contact NELTA.

Will I be expected to teach subjects other than the one I am training in? 2017-09-04T11:56:32+00:00

Possibly but this is rare. The other subject will not make up a large part of your teaching load and will typically be lower down the school (KS3). This would only be the case for closely related subjects and only due to the way that schools timetable certain subjects. For example you may be training in history but will have to teach KS3 Geography because schools have ˜humanities’ at KS3 rather than separate subjects. If you are teaching science most schools do not separate the sciences before A level and you will be expected to teach all 3 to GCSE.

When do I start teaching? 2017-09-04T11:55:51+00:00

You will be employed by the school from September and so will need to begin teaching from then.

Will I be left on my own? 2017-09-04T11:55:29+00:00

As a salaried trainee you will be expected to teach lessons from September and will have your own timetable. It is unlikely that you will be team teaching these classes and so you for the most part you will be planning these lessons, assessing progress, marking and liaising with parents. You will have a subject mentor who should observe you regularly and a NELTA tutor who should observe you at least once per term. Those who are training with King’s or the IOE as their accredited provider will also have a university tutor who should observe them at least once per term. The purpose of these observations will be to provide feedback focusing on what is working well and where the areas for development are.

Will I be expected to teach A level classes? 2017-09-04T11:54:53+00:00

For the purpose of your course you need to teach across two consecutive age ranges. This is usually KS3 and 4 but for some subjects such as social sciences where there is often no KS3 course it may be KS4 to 5. It may be useful for you to gain some A level experience if you teach in a school that has a Sixth form but due to the high stakes exams for the students this would need to be in negotiation with the Head of the Department.

How many lessons will I be expected to teach if I am doing the salaried route? 2017-09-04T11:54:06+00:00

This can vary from school to school and can reach up to 90% of a normal teacher’s timetable. If you decide to train through NELTA we recommend that you will start on 50% of a normal teacher timetable; This works out to be around 10 lessons a week at Beal High School ( this may be different at other schools). We are generous with this as we recognise that your training year is challenging and you need time to reflect, plan effectively and complete assignments or training. The idea is that as you go through the year you will take on more classes within your timetable. This is subject to availability and timetabling constraints and may more or less than this. Timetables are normally drafted in June and finalised in July. You should check with the Head of the Department in the school you are working at for more information.

How much will this course cost? 2017-09-04T11:52:25+00:00

Nothing. The school will pay any accredited provider fees on your behalf and will pay you a salary.

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