Teaching Courses Middlesbrough-College


We aim to offer current or aspiring teaching assistants, early childhood practitioners and educational support staff the opportunity to gain the qualifications needed to build a successful career and make a positive difference to our local community. 

Middlesbrough College Teaching Courses


From learning support staff whose responsibilities at work are supervised, to those who are keen to enter a career working with infants and children (whether in education, health care or children's services), our courses will help to prepare learners for working in this rewarding and wide-ranging career.

Jobs that you can go into with an education qualification include: 

Teaching Assistant | Social Worker | Day-care Assistant | Forest School Practitioner



Yarm School

Archibald Primary School

Nunthorpe Academy

Teesside University

Unity City Academy


  1. Courses are delivered by an experienced, friendly teacher training team who offer first class learning and support.
  2. Middlesbrough College offers a range of full and part-time course pathways that are tailored to suit individual experiences, job roles and ambitions.
  3. Study methods vary with a mixture of motivational classroom-based learning, research, one-to-one support and when relevant, observations of professional practice.
  4. Students benefit from gaining valuable insight into technology-enhanced learning, the latest innovations in teaching and learning as well as policy developments within the education sector.
  5. During their course, students will understand their progression routes which clearly map and enhance careers prospects.
Matilda Leigh Jones Teaching Course Middlesbrough College
The programme is incredibly fulfilling. I have learnt how to interact with children within a school structure and enjoy the challenges this has presented.
Teaching Courses Middlesbrough Courses

The average wage for a educational support assistant is £19,520 per year