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Teacher Training

Teacher training for Primary

If you’re interested in becoming a primary school teacher, our courses at Inspiration Teacher Training are the perfect start to your career in teaching. We offer primary education courses in which you will be fully supported, both in the classroom and outside of it.

You will have an experienced mentor who will help you improve your teaching skills in the classroom, and highly expert tutors to ensure that you develop the knowledge, skills and behaviours of a classroom teacher. 

Teaching in primary schools is a truly rewarding experience, helping children in their formative years gain confidence and an understanding of the world around them. Join our mission to improve the lives of local children. 

Teacher training for Secondary 

If you’re passionate about supporting children by training to become a high school teacher, then our courses are the ideal way to do so. With the ability to specialise in various subjects, you can inspire the next generation in the subject which inspires you.

We offer supportive training in our Norwich centre alongside exciting school placements across Norfolk. Make a difference to the children that need it most and train to teach with Inspiration Trust.

Share your passion and knowledge with the next generation. Teaching is a rewarding career, and whilst challenging at times, we help you build resilience to enable you to support those who need your help. Join us today to begin your journey in creating a brighter future for those around you. 

Who can become a teacher?

We’ve had numerous success stories from a variety of people, all of different ages and backgrounds, who joined our training programme and successfully became a teacher.

So whether you’ve just graduated from university and you’re looking for a career in teaching, or if you’d like a change in career and feel you could truly make a difference to the next generation, apply today and join our mission to make a real difference. Read about our entry requirements here