External events and news you might be interested in Opportunities HP R&D Academy is a two year fully-funded training programme. For more details and to apply see: http://www.fue.es/hpacademy Deadline for applications is 20 June 2016 The BQF Summer School is a two week learning programme which offers insights into key business disciplines of Finance, Marketing, Career … Continue reading In other news…
In other news…
External events and news you might be interested in. Free Pre-Teaching Course 27 -28 May AND 17-18 June 2016 at Bishop Grosseteste University. For students wanting to undertake either a Primary or Secondary PGCE starting in September 2017. For more information or to book places visit: www.bishopg.ac.uk/preteaching HR Work experience opportunity at Nestle Paid 8 week work … Continue reading In other news…
GUEST BLOG: Are you looking for a creative, rewarding career?
Guest blog written by Catherine Shawyer, Teaching Fellow in English Education and Deputy Director of ITT & Schools Liaison Manager. Department of Education, University of York How about the chance to inspire a generation? If you are looking for a career where you will be able to tap directly into knowledge and skills gained during … Continue reading GUEST BLOG: Are you looking for a creative, rewarding career?
GUEST BLOG: Teacher training – the inside view
Guest blog written by York alumni With UCAS applications now open for postgraduate teacher training, recent York alumni give an insight into their training experience. 1) Lucy Hodkin, Primary PGCE at Durham University How did you go about writing your PGCE application? I first completed the work experience section, listing all the relevant school based … Continue reading GUEST BLOG: Teacher training – the inside view
New Researchers in Schools teacher training programme
Recruiting for September 2014, this is an exclusive teacher training programme for outstanding doctoral and post-doctoral researchers. Get paid to train, with a salary from day 1 (£40,000 salary for Maths, Physics and Engineering) Researchers in Schools is a salaried 2 year teacher training programme leading to a QTS qualification and NQT completion for researchers … Continue reading New Researchers in Schools teacher training programme
Secondary teacher training 2014
Do you want to train to be an outstanding teacher? Two local teaching schools alliances are recruiting candidates for school based training leading to a PGCE and QTS (qualified teacher status), starting in September 2014. Ebor Teaching Schools Alliance, York, has places available in Maths, Chemistry, Physics, Computer Science and Modern Foreign Languages; information evening … Continue reading Secondary teacher training 2014
GUEST BLOG: PGCE students tell it how it is
With applications for PGCE now open, we asked some York graduates (who are currently undergoing teacher training) key questions about applying for courses. What skills and experiences did you develop whilst at university to prepare you for your PGCE application? Amanda Walls, Primary PGCE at Northampton University At university one of the key skills I … Continue reading GUEST BLOG: PGCE students tell it how it is
GUEST BLOG: Top tips when thinking about applying for a PGCE
This blog was written by Alice Melly, who graduated from York in English Literature and is now studying for her PGCE in General Primary at Cambridge University. If you are thinking of applying for a PGCE then have a look at my top tips to applying and attending interview! Use Careers at the University of York. … Continue reading GUEST BLOG: Top tips when thinking about applying for a PGCE
If you're thinking about teacher training in 2014, you'll need to apply through UCAS for all training programmes apart from Teach First. We've just heard that applications will open on 21 November (new date) on the UCAS website, but there are some things you can be doing in the meantime... Think about your reasons for applying and … Continue reading Teacher Training
Royal Society of Chemistry teacher training scholarships 2013/14
The Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC) is offering 130 teacher training scholarships for the training year 2013/2014, each worth £20,000 (tax free). Run in partnership with the Department for Education, the scholarship also includes a support package from the RSC: RSC membership for 2 years; access to national and regional RSC support networks through local … Continue reading Royal Society of Chemistry teacher training scholarships 2013/14
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