Subsidies for AMSP professional development courses
Through government funding, the AMSP is able to provide free or low cost events to support teachers working in a state-funded school or college in England.
The table below lists the courses for which additional subsidies are available for teachers working in state-funded schools or colleges.
|AMSP professional development course||Course type||Upfront fees per state-funded participant||The subsidy paid per teacher upon course completion|
|State-funded schools and colleges in Priority Areas||Other state-funded schools and colleges|
|Teaching A level Mathematics (TAM)||Sustained||£600||£1200||£1000|
|Preparing to teach A level Mathematics||Sustained||Free||£500|
|Teaching Further Mathematics 1 (TFM1)||Sustained||Free||£500|
|Teaching Further Mathematics 2 (TFM2)||Sustained||Free||£500|
|Teaching Mechanics 1 (TM1)||Sustained||Free||£500|
|Teaching Mechanics 2 (TM2)||Sustained||Free||£500|
|Teaching Statistics 1 (TS1)||Sustained||Free||£500|
|Teaching Statistics 2 (TS2)||Sustained||Free||£500|
|Teaching Discrete Mathematics 1 (TD1)||Sustained||Free||£500|
|Teaching Discrete Mathematics 2 (TD2)||Sustained||Free||£500|
|A level Mathematics or A level Further Mathematics courses||One-day (face to face)||Free||£250|
|Higher level problem solving and supporting preparation for university entrance tests||One-day (face to face)||Free||£250||£200|
|Core Maths Conference or courses||One-day (face to face)||Free||£250|
|Raising Confidence with GCSE Maths courses||Suite of one-day courses (face to face)||Free||£250|
|Discover GCSE Maths courses||Suite of one-day courses (face to face)||Free||£250|
Your school/college is eligible for the subsidy if all of the following apply:
- the teacher is working in a state-funded school or college in England
- the course fee, where applicable, has been paid by the school or college
- the teacher fully and actively participates in the course
Courses may have additional payment criteria. Please check the subsidy details on the course webpage before making an application for a place.
During the application process, you will be asked to provide financial details for your school/college. These will be used to pay the subsidy.
For most courses, we accept applications from teachers who do not work in the state sector; however, course fees may apply. Information about eligibility and fees are provided within course details. In all cases, teachers from state-funded schools and colleges are given priority when allocating places on oversubscribed courses.