Engineers teach physics training programme

Employer
Get into Teaching
Location
UK Locations
Salary
Scholarships of £29,000 or bursaries of £27,000
Closing date
1 Aug 2023

Job Details

The classroom needs you

Continue your engineering career by getting into the classroom and use your skills and passion to inspire the next generation.

We need more physics teachers. Without them children are missing out on the opportunity to develop their understanding of the world around them. Engineers bring a unique and innovative perspective into the physics classroom, helping to explain big things to young minds.

We want to train a diverse range of physics teachers who can pass on their knowledge in exciting and interesting ways to inspire the engineers of the future.

Engineers and physicists help find solutions to some of our biggest problems. From climate change to next generation prosthetics, we need their problem-solving skills and creative thinking to help us survive some of the biggest challenges humanity has ever faced.

The more great physics teachers we have in the classroom today, the more children will grow up inspired to become the physicists, engineers and physics teachers of tomorrow.

ETP

Engineers teach physics training programme

This new programme is based on the physics initial teacher training (ITT) course and has been developed with support from the physics and engineering community. It has been adapted to help you make the transition from engineering or material sciences to teaching physics. The course is designed to capitalise on your experience and empower you with the skills needed to become a great physics teacher.

Your training provider may offer part-time teacher training courses and may also allow you to combine courses, for example Engineers teach physics combined with mathematics.

You'll also be invited to an annual community day and have the opportunity to network with existing physics teachers.

Funding for teaching physics

Scholarships of £29,000 or bursaries of £27,000 are available for trainee physics teachers starting their teacher training course in the 2023/24 academic year.

Find out about your eligibility for bursaries and scholarships.

How we can help you

If you would like more information about the course and application process, you can talk to Get into Teaching and one of our dedicated teacher training advisers. Our advisers provide free support wherever you are in your journey into teaching. Whether it's just an idea, you're ready to apply or you're looking to get back into the classroom, you could get personalised help and advice.  They can help you to:

  • understand more about the course
  • make an application
  • prepare for your interview

To talk to an Adviser - Get an adviser - GOV.UK (education.gov.uk)

"My engineering degree provided a natural transition to teaching physics and I value the way science - especially physics - teachers a clear thought process and a way to make rational sense of the world"

- Roger, physics teacher

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Company

The classroom needs you

Continue your engineering career by getting into the classroom and use your skills and passion to inspire the next generation.

We need more physics teachers. Without them children are missing out on the opportunity to develop their understanding of the world around them. Engineers bring a unique and innovative perspective into the physics classroom, helping to explain big things to young minds.

We want to train a diverse range of physics teachers who can pass on their knowledge in exciting and interesting ways to inspire the engineers of the future.

Engineers and physicists help find solutions to some of our biggest problems. From climate change to next generation prosthetics, we need their problem-solving skills and creative thinking to help us survive some of the biggest challenges humanity has ever faced.

The more great physics teachers we have in the classroom today, the more children will grow up inspired to become the physicists, engineers and physics teachers of tomorrow.

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