Inspirational school based teacher training for those who can

The next potential teachers are invited to an upcoming event delivered by the highly respected School Centred Initial Teacher Training (SCITT) with a proven success rate in securing jobs for trainees.

Whats it all about?

For those who want to inspire and change the lives of children and young people, this ‘hands-on’ teacher training is a unique route.

Delivered by an experienced provider, trainees can elect placements across five different areas, with Kirklees and Calderdale being the main locations.

Jo-Anne Sanders, Service Director – Learning and Early Support said:

“Trainees get to work with expert teachers in a school setting from the start of the course so this gives them the chance to build their confidence and put skills into practice. This means they get a real understanding of what day-to-day teaching is really like which will help to prepare them for their NQT year and, in the future, becoming outstanding teachers.

Teaching is a vocation where people can really make a difference to young lives and is a rewarding career for anyone who has a passion to educate the next generation.”

How is the training structured?

Trainees start their first day in school and are released 1 – 2 days a week for central training.

There is constant demand from head teachers looking to recruit from SCITT – in 2016/17, all 49 trainees secured jobs and in 2017/18 100% of the Secondary trainees seeking jobs and 17 of the 22 Primary trainees were successful.

Watch a series of short video testimonials from some of our training teachers.

When is the event?

Find out more about SCITT and a possible career in teaching on Monday 8 April from 5pm – 6pm.

Where is the event?

The event is at the SCITT training centre (adjacent to John Curwen Primary Academy), Leeds Old Road, Heckmondwike, WF16 9BB.

Further information

If you have any questions please email or call 01484 221177 for a chat.

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