About Us

WE TRAIN, WE PLACE, YOU WORK !

Our training leads to employment. Why? Because we work with you by providing reference, profiling your cv a and sending you to partnering agencies to help secure your first teaching job. 

QTLS Vs QTS …
They are recognized as the same.

A QTS (Qualified Teacher Status) is needed in order to teach in England and Wales at a state maintained primary, secondary or special school (maintained and non-maintained). Once this status is achieved and you are employed by a maintained school within England and Wales, your pay will be paid according to the school teachers pay scale.

The QTLS (Qualified Teacher in Learning and Skills) status, which will be received after completing a PGCE (post-14 education and training) qualification, is the legislative requirement for teachers who wish to teach in the FE and skills sector. It is directly comparable to the QTS and from 1st April 2012, according to the Statutory instrument 2012 No. 431, teachers with QTLS are recognized as being qualified to teach in state maintained schools.

Most Universities and training providers do not provide placement for you. You will be responsible for having to find your own placement which many individuals have found very difficult at times.

At SCCD we offer the most affordable training, with flexible schedules and payment options.

We start a new cohort every month, but be aware that classes fill up quickly!

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Why Choose SCCD!?

Come along to a Free One-On-One Consultation In London With Our Career Advisers To Find Out More About

How we guarantee a work placement with hands-on teaching practice in a school, college or adult training center to all our students…

How, in more than two-thirds of cases, those schools, college or adult training centres go on to hire those students at the end of their training period.

Enjoying “100 hours of teaching” work placements while you’re learning (the DET is delivered partly as class lectures and partly as a teaching work placement)

The convenience of attending lessons in a well-connected part of London for three hours a week (you choose if it’s a day or evening session)

Starting a rewarding career in a well-paid profession – qualified primary and secondary school teachers can earn an average salary from £23,720 (starter) to £61,005 (experienced)… and a head teacher can earn from £44,000-£115,500 , according to the NCS. (These are average salaries and do not take into account London weightings.)

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