Have you graduated this year or recently graduated and looking to make your next steps? Or maybe you’ve been considering changing to the teaching vocation? Why not make your mark and gain your teaching qualification?
In the past week the Department for Education have brought attention to the need for trainee teachers across all curriculum subjects. Further endorsing the support available to those looking to start their teaching career.
Teaching is more than just a career- it’s a vocation which makes a tremendous impact. We all remember our favourite teachers from school, whether they inspired us to further our studies or injected fun into our learning. Whilst there is routine and rhythm, there is no possibility of being bored!
Here at MAT Recruitment, we are working in partnership with the fantastic United Teaching! United Teaching is an initial teacher training scheme set up by United Learning. This scheme offers real teaching exposure in a choice of schools, a mentor system, a support network, professional qualifications, as well as a continuous professional development throughout the duration of your career with United Learning.
Training with a SCITT such as United Teaching will not only allow you to gain a more immersive and unique experience but will also help you to build key teaching pedagogy from day one! The course is designed to enable you to bring out strong and extensive teaching skills quickly, professionally and comprehensively in order to create the teachers of tomorrow and education leaders of the future. Unlike the alternate college route, with United Teaching you will also be able to access funding throughout your course through taking either the salaried or bursary funded route!
With United Teaching, there are many opportunities to develop as a teacher, honing your practices and taking on leadership roles. We currently have vacancies for September 2023 across the UK in subjects such as Maths, Science, English, Geography, History, MFL and many more. If you would like to find out more, get in contact today at 0330 1244 363 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.