11th June 2020
As we approach the Summer term, we’ve noticed an increase in applications to our graduate Teacher Training Programme.
Applications for our Programme are open all year round – we have start dates in September, January and at Easter, so you can begin your teacher training at the best time for you. We often see a rise in applications around these times, but there’s no need to worry about getting it to us on a certain date, we are always looking for passionate candidates!
Once you’ve applied, one of our consultants will be in touch to talk you through the next steps. We conduct telephone interviews with all of our applicants to check eligibility for the programme. Successful applicants will be invited to one of our assessment centres to meet some of our team and complete a series of tasks designed to showcase your teaching potential.
Once placed within a school, our salaried programme ensures that applicants have the best chance of success. We work closely with our trainees to ensure they are happy and learning to teach at a suitable pace. Our focus on CPD and personal development mean our programme produces rounded, creative teachers able to take on all of the challenges of the classroom environment.
Now working as a teacher in one of our partner schools, here’s what Sophie had to say about starting teaching with Engage:
“Alex and the team at Engage supported me through the highs and lows of my first full time teaching role and then while I was being taken on by the school. I have been employed by that school for 2 years now and I’m still immensely grateful to Engage for the opportunity and service.”
We look forward to welcoming you onto our Teacher Training Programme – to get started with your application, visit our teacher training page here.
Read the prospectus to explore the course structure, enrolment requirements and perks and benefitsDownload
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