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Unfortunately, you are not eligible for the National Tutoring Programme at this time. For more information on our eligibilty criteria, please click here.
Here are some alternative routes into teaching and the education sector to explore. Click on each box to learn more about each option. Please note that the National Tutoring Programme is not affliated with any of the listed organisations.
Inspire the next generation by training to become a teacher. Get information and support to help you become a teacher from Get into Teaching here.
Learn about the large and varied further education (FE) and training sector, including the routes into FE teaching, pay and rewards for new FE teachers, and finding a teaching job in the further education and training sector with the Education and Training Foundation here.
GOV.UK also has information about a teaching career in further education here.
You can access a free FutureLearn course designed to help you prepare for a career in further education teaching and training here.
Returning to teaching can be easier than you expect. If you're thinking about returning to teaching, or if you're qualified to teach but have never taught at a state school in England, Get into Teaching can offer support and advice here.
Overseas teachers enrich the lives of students and add value to schools and the wider community. If you're a Ukrainian qualified teacher, Get into Teaching can offer assistance here.
The Level 3 Supporting Teaching and Learning qualification is suitable for teaching assistants and other support roles in education. To find out more, search for 'Teaching and learning' on the GOV.UK apprenticeships website here.
Now Teach support career changers who are interested in becoming teachers. You can find out more about the available support here.
The Researchers in Schools programme is a route into teaching designed specifically for PhD graduates. You can find out more about the programme here.