Herts for Learning, an education company operating with a not-for-profit ethos, based in Hertfordshire, is bringing its award-winning Teach in Herts Teacher Recruitment Fair to Letchworth for the first time, at Fearnhill School on Saturday 23rd March 2019 between 9:30am and 1:00pm.
Aimed at experienced, newly qualified (NQT), current, returning and overseas qualified teachers, as well as those considering retraining to become a teacher, the recruitment fair is free to attend.
There will be free, informative and inspiring workshops on offer to support attendees including:
For career changers/new careers in teaching:
- Train to be a teacher: the routes available
- My School Direct Journey
Experienced or NQT teachers:
- NQT Induction in Hertfordshire
- Tips for applying for your first teaching post
- Working in a special needs school
- DfE: Return to teaching and overseas qualified teachers: the support available
All school phases will be represented:
- Early Years
Representatives from Hertfordshire schools look forward to meeting face-to-face and discussing current and future job vacancies. The Department for Education DfE will be able to offer advice on all routes into teaching and be able to answer any specific questions that attendees may have. Hertfordshire teaching vacancies are posted on www.teachinherts.com
Commenting on the forthcoming teacher recruitment fair, Anne Taylor, Head of Recruitment Services at HfL said:
“We are pleased to build on our annual recruitment fairs by bringing this new event to Letchworth Garden City. This is one of many events and initiatives that Herts for Learning is investing in and delivering during this academic year, to provide the very best recruitment support for Hertfordshire schools.
“With HfL operating with a non-for-profit ethos, these events are a way to reinvest in the common good for our shareholding schools and address a key issue that schools across Hertfordshire are facing.
“The education sector is facing a recruitment crisis and we recognise that this is the number one challenge that schools face, not only in Hertfordshire but nationally.
“At Herts for Learning, we want to support our shareholding schools in finding and retaining high-quality teaching staff, by assisting them with the recruitment process and providing excellent training and development opportunities for staff at all levels of their teaching careers.”
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