Not sure where to begin? We’ve got it covered in four simple steps.
1. Research training providers and programmes
Before you start your application, research the training providers that offer the programme you’re interested in. There are four different routes into teaching, so if you’re not sure which one is right for you, check out this short video.
Once you’ve found the programme you’re interested in, see which providers offer it in our search tool. Here, you’ll be able to find further information on the provider and programme.
2. Register on our website
So, now you’ve found the programme and provider you’re interested in, the next step is to register online. It’s a short process which will ask you for basic information such as your name, address, and date of birth. You need to provide a valid email address as this will be your username and you’ll be asked to create a password.
3. Complete an application
When you log in you’ll see a page like this:
Each section must be completed before you can send your application. We’ve got lots of advice on how to complete the application on our website.
The ‘Education’ section can sometimes cause a bit of confusion. You need to enter every place where you’ve achieved a formal qualification from in the ‘Education’ section. This should start from the age of 12 onwards.
First, you search for your school by clicking on the ‘Add new school/college/university’ link and then ‘Find school’ to select the ones you’ve attended.
If the school isn’t listed, close the pop up window and you’ll be able to enter the details in manually.
Once you’ve done this, add in your GCSEs and A levels (or equivalents). If your qualification type isn’t in the list, select the ‘Other’ option that best suits you to enter the details in manually.
Finally, add details of your degree. Start with your university or college name, degree class, course name, start date, and results date.
When it comes to adding your school and work experience you need to include:
• your school experience and work history, including current occupation
• the time you spent in a school or college, including details of the age groups and subjects you were involved in
• For the ‘hours per week’ question give the average weekly time you spent in the establishment.
Some training providers will require your complete work history, if you can’t fit this in then send the info to the providers separately, in a CV or a summary of your work history.
If you need any help with the personal statement or reference sections, then all the advice you need is on our website.
4. Pay for and send your application
Once every section of your application is complete, the final step is making a payment. The fee is £23 and you pay this with a debit or credit card. It can take up to 48 hours for your application to be processed but once it has, you’ll be sent an email with your Track login details.
Good luck with your application!
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