Norfolk Teacher Training Centre
Make a real difference. Become a Qualified Teacher with Norfolk Teacher Training Centre.
Whether you've thought about becoming a teacher before or not, Norfolk Teacher Training Centre can help you get into teaching.
You will learn from experience, spending the majority of your time teaching in a school, and gain Qualified Teacher status once you have completed the 1 year programme.
Our programme boasts a 98% employment rate for graduates, is ranked in The Good Teacher Training Guide and you could train to teach with a generous bursery of up to £30,000.
Start your outstanding and rewarding career and make a real difference to young people's lives with Norfolk Teacher Training Centre.
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Story 29 Nov 2017 14:07
Paston Sixth Form College and City College Norwich have confirmed that the merger of the two institutions will go ahead, with effect from Friday 1st December 2017, after both sets of governing bodies approved the merger. The newly combined college will use the 1st December to celebrate this significant milestone
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Jared Carpenter, 24, from West Runton, has been named as a finalist in the Association of Colleges’ national Student of the Year awards after completing an incredible 5 year journey with City College Norwich’s Sixth Form Centre and RUGROOM, a specialist centre for students with Autistic Spectrum Disorders. His life
Story 10 Nov 2017 13:22
The colourful characters and diverse products of Norwich Market have been captured in a highly original Advent calendar for Christmas 2017, thanks to an enterprise project by City College Norwich’s Ticket students and their lecturer Jim Goreham.Behind each of the 24 windows on the calendar is an illustration by Mr
Story 04 Nov 2017 13:27
Applications for September 2018 entry are now open!You can apply online using our new and improved My CCN application process. Just follow the 4 simple steps below.4 simple steps to apply1. Choose which courses you want to apply for using the Course Finder - we advise you have a backup plan an apply
Story 27 Oct 2017 11:57
Marie Wright, a graduate of City College Norwich’s Early Years FdA and Childhood Studies Top Up degree, and proud mum of two, has achieved her lifelong ambition of becoming a primary school teacher – winning an outstanding trainee teacher award in the process!Like many of the students who join the
Story 21 Oct 2017 11:48
The hard work and achievements of more than 500 students who have successfully achieved degrees and other Higher Education qualifications with City College Norwich was celebrated at Norwich Cathedral on Saturday 21st October.Awards were presented by former Secretary of State for Education, Baroness Gillian Shephard, in the morning, and by Andrew Barnes, Master
Story 11 Oct 2017 11:45
Students on City College Norwich’s Level 3 Diploma in Sports and Exercise Science are offering 30-minute sports massage appointments throughout November and December, for just £5 per session.Appointments are available on Monday and Thursday afternoons, in the College’s Solutions Beauty Salon on its main campus on Ipswich Road.Members of the public and
Story 20 Sep 2017 11:35
City College Norwich’s newly-launched Degree Apprenticeship in Leadership and Management has had an enthusiastic response from employers, with 28 apprentices from 12 different organisations starting the 3-year programme.The Degree Apprenticeship, which is validated by the UEA, sees students gain CMI Chartered Manager status and provides an attractive new way for employers to develop their workforce and
Story 18 Sep 2017 11:20
City College Norwich toasted the achievements of 21 outstanding further education students from 2016-17 at the Further Education (FE) Awards at the Assembly House, Norwich, on Thursday 14th September.The select group of students who were honoured at the event each had their own remarkable and, in some cases, life changing stories to tell of
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With all young people in England now required to continue in education or training until the age of 18, what are the main options that are available to you after GCSEs? GCSE retakesIf you did not achieve the GCSE grades you were hoping for at school, for whatever reasons, there are opportunities to retake GCSEs at colleges