Learn how to become a teacher on part-time teaching qualifications. Your teaching career is in safe hands when you study with us.

Our results speak for themselves. The success rates for most of our courses are higher than the national benchmark. Courses are offered with City and Guilds, Cambridge ESOL and Canterbury Christ Church University (CCCU), these were graded Outstanding at CCCU’s recent Ofsted inspection.

There are many reasons why teaching is an increasingly popular choice of career for a wide range of skilled and talented people. Teaching is one of the most rewarding professions and provides you with the opportunity to interact with people of all ages and backgrounds, it offers fantastic career prospects and development opportunities in addition to competitive financial benefits.

Kensington and Chelsea College offers courses that will help you to progress into teaching and develop your skills for the classroom.

We offer teaching courses for those who are looking to teach English to Speakers of other Languages or for those who would like to teach in the lifelong learning sector. All programmes will enable students to progress towards Qualified Teacher Learning and Skills (QTLS) and open the gate to employment in the teaching of adults.

Course Overview

Students on this programme come from a wide range of teaching or training environments such as the Police Force, London Ambulance Service, local authority services, private companies and the National Health Service. Applicants from a registered charitable organisation who are teaching/training in a voluntary capacity will also be considered on an individual basis. If you already have a degree you will study for the PGCE (Professional Graduate Certificate in Education). If you do not have a degree you will study for the DET (Diploma in Education and Training). In year 2 those who already have a degree select the PGCE pathway for their end of programme classification. Those without a degree have an end of year 2 classification of Diploma in Education.

The programme offered through the Canterbury Christchurch University is a taught (attending) programme with weekly classes and is suitable for those who would prefer to study alongside other trainees in a more traditional classroom setting.

  • Campus: Kensington Centre
  • Times: Wed 18:00 - 21:00
Program taught in:
  • English (US)

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This course is Campus based
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30 weeks
8,500 GBP
Full Fee £2700; Non-EU Fee £8500
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