Early Years Initial Teacher Training PGCE

This one year, part-time degree is ideal if you are employed in an Early Years setting and leads to Teachers' Standard (Early Years) Award.

This one year, part-time degree for graduates who are employed in an Early Years setting want to achieve Early Years Teacher Status (EYTS).

The Department for Education (DfE) introduced the Early Years Initial Teacher Training qualification to raise the status of the early years workforce, providing specialist practitioners with the knowledge and understanding required to give children the best start in life.

Specifically focussed on the 0 - 5 age range, the course builds your understanding of the theory, policy and practice of working with very young children. It equips you to meet all the Teachers' Standards (Early Years) whilst developing your leadership and management skills to continually review, reflect and improve your professional practice.

Why choose this course?

Gain a recognised professional qualification

Course fees covered by DfE funding

Generous funding available for employers

Fast-track to a Master's with up to 60 Masters-level credits

PGCE Award
Study Mode

Entry Requirements For This Course

A minimum of a 2.2 honours degree or equivalent;and

GCSE English, Mathematics and Science at minimum grade C / 4 or equivalent. We accept the GCSE equivalency taken via equivalencytesting.com;

one year's work experience in a related role; current employment in a related field; and

An interview; and

Latest Updates from Nottingham Trent University

Location of Nottingham Trent University