Geography students study the Earth, its landforms, features and inhabitants. As well as this, they learn about climatic conditions, natural occurences and gain knowledge of economic and environmental processes.
The course offers trainees’ opportunities to develop their professional competence, skills and understanding in these areas. The philosophy of teaching the subject will be explored and be supported by working with young people in classrooms and often outdoors.
Trainees teach across the 11-16 range, with the possibility of contributing at Post 16 level. It is inevitable that some aspects of the subject will require further development in skills and knowledge but that will be addressed as part of the training plan throughout the year.
We are pleased to offer the following places for 2020/21:
- Provider-led places in Geography.
- School-direct (unsalaried) places in Geography.
For provider-led places apply on UCAS to EMTTP (UCAS Institute Code: E31, UCAS Course Code: 2JZN)
For school-direct places apply to our lead school The West Bridgford School (UCAS Institute Code: 219, UCAS Course Code 2JJN) Joseph Whitaker School (UCAS Institute Code: 2K7, UCAS Course Code 3F4F) and Mowbray Education Trust (UCAS Institute Code: 8H9, UCAS Course Code E455) via the UCAS teacher training application website.
If you are successful in gaining a place via either of these pathways you will undertake your main placement through one of the following schools:
John Flamsteed School
John Ferneley College
Joseph Whitaker School
South Wolds Academy
West Bridgford School
We currently have 6 training places available for 2020-21