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.

For some of our professional development courses, additional subsidies are available to enable more teachers to participate, particularly teachers in AMSP Priority Areas.

The table below provides a summary of fees and subsidies 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  
Live Online Professional Development (LOPD) Various courses Free    
On Demand Professional Development (ODPD) Various Free    
Further Mathematics Conference One-day Free £250  
A level Mathematics or A level Further Mathematics courses One-day Free £250  
Higher level problem solving and supporting preparation for university entrance tests One-day Free £250 £200
Core Maths Conference or courses One-day Free £250  
Raising Confidence with GCSE Maths courses Suite of one-day courses Free £250  
Discover GCSE Maths courses Suite of one-day courses 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.