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I've been offered an interview for PGCE English with an organisation called "National Online Teacher Training".

They were a third choice out of three options on the Govs'' find-a-course' website, so were selected with limited research. Now I've got an interview I wanted to find out a bit about them.

The weird thing is that they have a website, Twitter page and are referenced on the Governments' website, but beyond that there is almost nothing about them online (I found one forum post in which someone talked about declining an interview).

BOTD they appear to only have been going since 2019, but it is still a bit of a red flag.

So, does anyone know anything about them?

More broadly I'm a late 20s career changer who founding a bit of a calling in business (sales) L&D so looking to transfer into teaching. Real passion for literature and language, but degree is in law (2.1) and highest English qualification AS lit. So any advice, or words of warning from anyone who has been in a similar position is appreciated.
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Hi, I am in a similar position to what you wrote in your post...have you found anything more about national on line teacher training. I have emailed them today with a load of questions and await their reply.Thanks

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