Setting your password

When you create a profile on this site, you need to enter a password that you’ll use each time you log in. This password must contain at least seven characters, including at least one number and at least one letter.

Successfully setting a password

The Get Into Teaching site enforces the following password stipulations:

  • your password must be at least seven characters long and include at least one number and at least one letter – for example, sjp4u8xr
  • passwords on the site are case-sensitive
  • passwords can include symbols, but these are not a requirement

Setting a strong password

For the best protection of your personal data, you should set the strongest password possible. That’s why we advise the following:

  • the letters of your password should not form a dictionary word in any common language
  • do not use personal information – for example incorporating your postcode, telephone number or name into your password
  • avoid well-known substitutions such as o = 0, i = 1, e = 3, a = 4, or s = 5 etc – for example, fr3ind5 (‘friends’ misspelt) would be a weak password
  • do not place a single number at the end, so use nhz2juw or nhzju2w, not nhzjuw2
  • your password should be significantly different from previous passwords
  • don’t let your browser remember your password for you

Upcoming events

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Train to Teach University of Birmingham

25 October 2017 15:00

This event in Birmingham will give you the chance to ask experts about your teacher training options and what it’s like to teach.

Birmingham

Train to Teach York

31 October 2017 16:30

This event in York will give you the chance to ask experts about your teacher training options and what it’s like to teach.

York

Train to Teach Edge Hill University

01 November 2017 15:00

This event in Liverpool will give you the chance to ask experts about your teacher training options and what it’s like to teach.

Liverpool

Train to Teach Newcastle

02 November 2017 16:30

This event in Newcastle will give you the chance to ask experts about your teacher training options and what it’s like to teach.

Newcastle