Salaried Teacher Training - Music Technology


Norfolk, UK




Up to £27,000 FTE

Job Reference



Music Technology

About the job

Are you passionate about Music Technology?

Do you want to make a living from music whilst sharing your knowledge and skills?

Do you have a Music Technology degree?

If yes to all the above our Salaried Teacher Training is perfect for you to gain the necessary experience to thrive in all teaching environments. One of our partner schools in Norfolk is requesting a us to train a Music Technology graduate in time for January 2022 and that could be you.

This school, as we stated previously, is a partner school and so have taken plenty of our trainees under their wing and helped them whilst on our Salaried Teacher Training course to gain their PGCE (Post Graduate Certificate of Education) and achieve QTS (Qualified Teacher Status). They serve a diverse and deprived area of Norfolk and behaviour standards have been a key area of focus since last year. Since then, SMT are pleased to see the improvements being made especially in Key Stage 3 due to us delivering trainees in our Salaried Teacher Training course and, more importantly, our trainees thriving. Improving the curriculum for creative subjects, according to the school, has allowed the students to view Music, Drama, etc. as an outlet and not just ‘another’ subject. If you are patient, determined and compassionate, and would like to be part of this school’s rapid improvement whilst on a Salaried Teacher Training Course then apply now.



1. Music Technology Degree with at least 2:2 Classification

2. Must display confidence and leadership qualities

3. Must have at least 1 year of experience in a UK classroom


In Year 1, you will:

  • Receive Grad2Teach-funded training while you work in our 37-week school-based programme

  • Gain invaluable insight into classroom management

  • Receive 24/7 support from our friendly team

  • Receive three Quality Assessments from one of our trainers in your employer school

  • Develop an understanding of what it means to be a great teacher

In Year 2, you will:

  • Attend 9 training days at one of our partner universities

  • Complete 3 written assessments reflecting on your experience and what you’ve learnt so far

  • Cover up to 90% of timetabled learning within a classroom

  • Work under a dedicated learning mentor who will guide and advise you along your journey

  • Experience two contrasting school placements, allowing you to broaden your experience and cover a range of issues that may not be present at every school

Grad2Teach offers you:

  • Full PGCE with 60 Masters credits

  • QTS with the Coventry University – National School of Education and Teaching

  • Full time for two years