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About the training provider
At the Catholic Teaching Schools Alliance we believe the best way to train to be a teacher is in the classroom supported, by a team of experts, trainers and mentors who will support you throughout your day to day experience.
We work with several Catholic and Non Catholic partner schools across the south east, in which students are able to train. Each area is supported by a main training hub as well as the overall support from the main teaching school (St Joseph’s Catholic Primary), to ensure students have access to a wealth of experience and tutelage from all over the south east of England.
Our hubs are based in Aldershot, Basingstoke,Bournemouth, Isle of Wight, Portsmouth and Southampton
The CTSA has a number of training programs available for potential teachers at both Primary and Secondary levels suitable for both Catholic and non-Catholic applicants. Students will be based in one of the Alliance schools most conveniently placed. Our Alliance schools can be found throughout Hampshire, Surrey, Berkshire and Dorset.
We offer the following courses:
- School Direct Primary Tuition Fee
- School Direct Primary Salaried
- Postgraduate Teaching Apprenticeship Primary
- School Direct Secondary Maths Tuition Fee
- School Direct Secondary Physics Tuition Fee
- School Direct Secondary RE Tuition Fee
About the accredited body
e-Qualitas is based in the south east of England and works with numerous schools within this region. They operate with a network of highly experienced tutors and students are supported by a comprehensive virtual learning environment.
Training with disabilities and other needs
We welcome all candidates who wish to train to with us and as a Catholic organisation we believe in providing a safe and nurturing environment for all our students.
We operate in several locations throughout the south east and will endeavor to meet your needs when placing you in schools to train, as well as accommodating your professional goals.
You will be placed with a trained mentor who will work with and support you on a daily basis. As a small teaching school we can tailor your training experience to meet your specific personal needs, and we believe in treating each of our students as individuals.
We are committed to supporting our students and helping them to be successful in their chosen career.
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Springhill Catholic Primary, Milton Road, Southampton SO15 2HX
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