The Subject Knowledge Enhancement (SKE) courses are pre-Initial Teacher Education (ITE) courses. They will enable you to gain the depth of knowledge needed to train to teach in your chosen subject.
We offer an eight week (200 hours) Subject Knowledge Enhancement course in Biology; Chemistry; Computer Science*; Design & Technology (Food); English; Mathematics*; Modern Languages*(French); Physics; Religious Education. We also offer twelve-week courses (300 hours) in Biology, Chemistry or Physics and a sixteen-week course (400 hours) in Biology.
*offered by an external provider
Bursaries are available to eligible applicants. Subject to confirmation from the DfE.
You could benefit from an Subject Knowledge Enhancement course if you have:
Contact email@example.com to discuss your eligibility
Please note that the latest possible start date for SKEs is July 8th
Compulsory taught sessions
Blended Programme – 6 weeks directed study and 2 weeks face to face teaching – 5th-16th July
Blended Programme – 6 weeks directed study and 2 weeks face to face teaching – 28th June – 9th July
Compulsory taught sessions blended programme -
Considering an SKE?
Bursaries are available for eligible applicants. Subject to confirmation from DfE.
Contact us for further information about the courses, for an application form and to find out more about the bursary.
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To apply please get in touch with the SKE Administrator.
If you have any questions, please get in touch. We're here to help you every step of the way.
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