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Train to Teach with the Hub

Throughout Calderdale and Kirklees, you’ll be able to find courses for Initial Teacher Training (ITT) that combines professional learning, academic study and hands-on experience in the classroom. We offer a route that puts school experience at the heart of the course, so you are in school settings learning from our experts from day one.

We will be working in partnership with Trinity Institute of Education to offer Initial Teacher Training through the National Institute of Teaching.

Applications for 2024 - 2025 are still open

The Hub will continue to offer teacher training, working with existing partners and widening our network to bring high quality teacher training to you. We will be working in partnership with Trinity Institute of Education, an associate college, The National Institute of Teaching. For more information, please click on the provider.

Please note: All placements and training will continue to take place locally across the Calderdale and Kirklees area.

We work alongside The National Institute of Teaching, over 57 partner schools, our MAT schools and MAT external initiatives to help you become the best teacher you can be. Calderdale and Kirklees Teaching School Hub based at the Ofsted rated Outstanding Shelley College are lead partner to Trinity Institute of Education an Associate College of the National Institute of Teaching  alongside.  Together we are able to offer expertise and experience from colleagues and schools across the full age spectrum from outstanding settings.

Our programme takes one year to complete and on average we have a 98% employment rate. You will be in school, teaching from the start, giving you the practical experience to feel confident in a classroom from the day you graduate as an ECT (Early Career Teacher.)

Read more about the National Institute of Teaching programme here.  

If you would like further information or if you would like to speak to someone, please contact us on the details below:


Telephone: 01484 868762