Transforming Lives Educational Trust works with a variety of partner secondary schools across the midlands and primary schools in and around Rugby. We offer SEP mainly at Ashlawn School for secondary training, and can arrange primary training in certain circumstances. Initially we will have a conversation to discuss your eligibility and potential routes into teaching and then arrange a visit if appropriate. If you are successful at interview for teacher training we then arrange for you to visit the partner school who would be hosting you for your training to ensure you are happy with your potential placement before accepting your place on our course.
About our school experience
- Individual requirements:
- Must be applying to or have applied to our, or a partner school's, teacher training course
- Must not have been accepted onto another teacher training course
- Must have a degree
- They must live within 20 miles of the school
TRANSFORMING LIVES EDUCATIONAL TRUST INITIAL TEACHER TRAINING - Date of SEP visit are flexible and will be arranged on an individual basis after an initial telephone conversation to discuss eligibility and personal requirements, and are subject to Covid19 levels in schools.
Thinking of a career in teaching?
Gain school experience with us to help you decide if teaching is the career for you.
Tailored advice and support on the right route into teaching, bursaries and sponsorship.
Advice on 'DfE Apply' applications.
We work with a selection of universities to offer you the right course.
Train in our many partner schools across Coventry and Warwickshire.
Subject Knowledge Enhancement courses (SKE’s) prior to training available.
Years of experience in training teachers across all subjects.
What do we do?
Ashlawn School is an outstanding bi-lateral secondary school, we offer a number of programmes and experiences designed to help, support and train you to become a qualified teacher.
Can We Help You Get a Teaching Job?
Yes. We have a number of partners in the secondary sector. Whilst we cannot guarantee that one of our partner schools will employ you, we can support you in becoming qualified as a teacher and help you to become ‘job-ready’.
What qualifications do I need?
Ideally, you need to have a university degree (Upper Second or equivalent). However, do contact us if you think you have qualifications or experiences which you think would make you a suitable candidate to become a teacher.
What if I’m unsure?
That’s okay; these observation days are here to help you make up your mind.
For more information or to arrange a meeting to discuss this further please contact teachertraining@TLET.org.uk
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