Teach First changing career coffee appointments - London
24 April 2018 at 16:00 to 24 April 2018 at 18:00 in London at the Teach First
Among developed countries, the UK has one of the worst rates of educational inequality. We believe your background should not dictate your destiny, and that everybody should have an equal chance to succeed. Our programme places talented people like you in classrooms where you are needed the most to help end this injustice.
Almost a third of our 2017 cohort are people who came from other careers. We believe their wider experience of life and work makes a vital contribution to our drive to end educational inequality, create greater inclusion in education, and raise standards in the classroom.
Meet with a Teach First experienced hires recruiter to find out more about our Leadership Development Programme (LDP), a world class programme which offers:
- fully funded and salaried route into teaching, including an internationally recognised Post Graduate Diploma in Education (PGDE), worth double the credits of a PGCE
- classroom-based training (in England and Wales) allowing you to take real responsibility from the outset
- guaranteed NQT year after gaining QTS at the end of year 1
- unparalleled career support on completion of the programme, enabling participants to progress quickly in school leadership, education policy, social enterprise and other fields
To find out more about how Teach First can help you move into a rewarding, challenging and fulfilling career sign up for one of our coffee appointments today, or contact email@example.com for more information.
To attend this event, please register on our website.
23 April 2018 08:15
An opportunity to find out more about the routes into teaching and how the application process works.
23 April 2018 08:45
An opportunity to observe teaching in an Outstanding school
23 April 2018 09:00
An opportunity to find out more about us & ask us about the School Direct application process
23 April 2018 09:00
An informative and immersive taster day within a thriving inner London primary.