SKE (Subject Knowledge Enhancement)
The SKE (Subject Knowledge Enhancement) course could be the only thing standing between you and becoming a teacher. Develop the knowledge and skills you need to teach a specialised subject in secondary schools.
If you have already received an offer of a place for secondary teacher training, you may need to complete an SKE (Subject Knowledge Enhancement) course in order to fulfil the conditions of entry.
SKE courses are designed to help you increase your subject knowledge in line with the appropriate standard needed to teach at secondary level.
SKEs are only available for certain shortage subjects, for example: biology, chemistry, computer science, mathematics, English, Modern Foreign Languages, geography, design and technology, religious education and physics. You will need to have a related degree or an A level in your chosen subject.
FEES AND FUNDING
For eligible UK and EU/EEA 'Home' students, the SKE programme is fully funded by the Department for Education (DfE) For more information see the DfE website.
APPLICATIONS AND ENQUIRIES
For more detailed information about SKE courses at Reading, what to expect from the courses we run, and how the application process works alongside the PGCE application process, please contact the SKE administrator on firstname.lastname@example.org or call +44 (0) 118 378 2626