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Get into teaching with The Solent SCITT

19 April 2016 at 16:00 to 19 April 2016 at 18:00 in Havant at the Park Community School

Event info:

Come along and discover more about The Solent SCITT and our bespoke training programme in a friendly setting. Find out about exciting opportunities to teach maths, science, English, computer science, design technology, history, dance or religious education.

We are proud of the 100% employment success rate for our trainees, and experts will help with information on employment prospects, the application process, tuition fees, bursaries and school experience along with any queries you may have.

A tour of Park Community School and an overview of the programme and partnership schools will provide an insight into our tailored programme which welcomes career changers, young professionals and graduates.

Tea, coffee and cake will be provided for this informal event.

If you are interested in attending this event, please register by email to book your place.

Venue information:

Park Community School, Middle Park Way, Havant, PO94 4BU

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Additional information:

Target audience:

This event is suitable for anyone interested in applying for a career in teaching, now and in the future.

Organiser:

Park Community School

Contact email:

p.seery@pcs.hants.sch.uk

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