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The growth in demand for classroom support workers, teaching assistants and trainee teachers who are able to support pupil learning means there are increasing opportunities for people from outside education to develop a career in schools. We help you use the skills, qualifications and experience you have gained outside education to develop new career opportunities in schools.

All you need are good reading, writing and numeracy skills and the ability to build positive relationships with children. We help you develop your classroom skills and experience through a combination of work placements and free training to help you access new job opportunities in the education sector.

 

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Skills we need Find out more about the skills you will need to draw on while working through us in a classroom setting.
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Registration process Learn about what we need to do to get you registered, cleared and working.
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CV tips CVs are difficult and time consuming to complete. Our CV tips and templates help you present your skills, experience and abilities quickly and effectively.
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Training & CPD We know it’s hard for supply teachers and classroom support workers to access relevant training to develop your skills and career and we’re here to help.
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