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The award-winning Teach in Herts Recruitment Fair returns to Stevenage on Saturday, 4th March 2017
Herts for Learning, the UK’s largest not for profit schools’ company, will be hosting the third annual Teach in Herts Teacher Recruitment Fair between 10.00am and 3.30pm on Saturday 4th March 2017 at the Hertfordshire Development Centre, Robertson House, Stevenage.
The award-winning recruitment fair is free to attend and representatives from over 300 Hertfordshire schools will be available to discuss current and future teaching job opportunities of every level.
Throughout the day, there will be a programme of free informative and inspiring workshops on offer to support attendees, whether they are progressing their career, entering the profession, qualified to teach overseas, returning to teaching or are considering teaching as a career.
Educational experts will be running advice surgeries to provide support and guidance on living and working as a teacher in Hertfordshire in addition to the University of Hertfordshire, the University of Bedfordshire, the University of Cambridge, the National College for Teaching and Leadership and School Direct who will be offering advice on the various routes into teaching.
Commenting on the forthcoming teacher recruitment fair, Managing Director of Herts for Learning, Jan Paine said,
Hertfordshire is acknowledged as one of the best places to live and bring up children in the country, based on its track record of high standards for over 191,000 children educated across 535 schools. With the continuing national teacher shortage, Herts for Learning will once again be hosting the Teach in Herts Recruitment Fair to help schools in Hertfordshire to attract high-quality teachers and further grow this reputation.”
She then went on to add:
We were delighted to win the School Recruitment Award at the 2016 Education Business Awards after last year’s Teach in Herts Teacher Recruitment Fair and to see the event increase in popularity for both schools and job seekers alike. This year’s event will welcome representatives from over 300 Hertfordshire schools and with 93% of schools in Hertfordshire now classified as ‘Good’ or ‘Outstanding’ by Ofsted, we are looking forward to welcoming job hunters and future teachers not only from Hertfordshire, but from all around the UK and beyond looking for teaching jobs across all phases.”
New, current, past and overseas qualified teachers, as well as those considering re-training to become a teacher, are invited to pre-book online and beat the queues for the Teach in Herts Teacher Recruitment Fair on Saturday, 4th March at:
The event is free to attend and there will be a free shuttle bus service operating between Stevenage train station and the Hertfordshire Development Centre.