Terms are a mixture of rules and things to know, like what we do with your data. Applying for teacher training here means you agree to our terms.
If you do not follow them your application might be withdrawn.
Other things to know:
- All information you give must be truthful and as accurate as possible.
- Wherever you’re applying from, you must not use our website for illegal or fraudulent reasons.
- You must not use abusive language or behaviour towards anyone you come into contact with.
Applying for teacher training courses
Stage 1: Submitting your initial application
You can apply for a total of 3 courses across our service and UCAS. We share your information between us, and with organisations that provide teacher training.
As long as you use the same email address, you only need to sign up once across our service and UCAS.
If you apply for a course or accept an offer on both, we’ll get in touch with you to cancel one of your applications.
Stage 2: Apply again if your application was not successful
You can apply for another course at this stage if you do not get an offer or if you choose not to accept your offers.
Making changes to your application
Contact us at email@example.com if you need to make changes. We only have 5 working days to make changes for you.
Once we’ve processed your request, we will not be able to make any more changes.
You can add more courses (if you have not reached your limit of 3) or change the courses you have chosen.
You can ask us to amend your name or contact details at any point until you are enrolled on a course.
If you have heard back from your training provider, for example if they have turned down your application, we will not be able to change your choice of course.
Withdrawing your application
You can withdraw your application at any point, even after you have accepted an offer.
Sign in to your account and click ‘withdraw’ next to the course you want to withdraw.
Outcome of your application
The Department of Education does not decide on your application. The course provider does.
There are deadlines that you and the course provider will need to meet. We’ll tell you what they are when you apply. If you, or the course provider, do not respond in time your application might be deleted.
How we check your suitability for working with children
All candidates must have an enhanced DBS check. This will show up any spent or unspent criminal convictions.
Not all convictions will stop you from teaching. Talk to your provider about their policy on criminal convictions.
Your name will also be checked against a DBS list of people who have been barred from working with children.
Questions or support
If you need our help, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
We respond within 5 working days, or 1 working day for more urgent queries.
If you’re applying from overseas, you can find out more about becoming a teacher in England in our guidance for overseas graduates.
Changing our service
Our service is always evolving, and we will make changes from time to time. We will not tell you about the changes beforehand. We will let you know if the website will be unavailable while we’re updating it.
About your online account
You do not need a password for your account. Instead, each time you log in, we’ll email you a unique and secure link.