Success in applications & interviews for teaching jobs - Lea Vale Teachers
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Success in applications & interviews for teaching jobs - Lea Vale Teachers

Success in applications & interviews for teaching jobs - Lea Vale Teachers

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John Manning of Lea Vale Teachers will deliver this fun and informative skills development session.

About Lea Vale Teachers:

Lea Vale Teachers co-ordinates teacher recruitment on behalf of a group of primary schools in the Bedfordshire & Buckinghamshire area. We run a primary NQT pool, with central interviews with a panel of heads. So, as a candidate you only get put through one formal interview, and successful candidates are then in the position of making informal visits with no second interview, in order to establish which is the right school for them and choose between job offers.  We also support a group of Luton high schools with their NQT recruitment. 

What will the session cover?   

John will give insights into what schools look for when choosing which applicants to interview and what we look for at interview, and give tips into how to make the best impression and secure that job. The session will be most useful for final year students studying Education disciplines, however all students are welcome.

Attending this session will count towards the Plymouth Award (1 hour in the Working Life category).

Please note that this session is only open to current Plymouth University students & recent graduates (<3 years).

Drop in to the Careers & Employability Hub in RLB to chat our friendly team and find out more information on what’s on and how we can help you prepare.

Or check us out by visiting:

www.plymouth.ac.uk/employability

Phone: 01752 587456

Email: employability@plymouth.ac.uk

Please note that this session is only open to current Plymouth University students and recent graduates (<3years).

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