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NQT Recruitment Evening

20/02/17
Last Wednesday evening, we held our first NQT registration event for students graduating in July 2017. We had 9 attendees who came in to complete the documents check part of their registration and to also listen to a talk from Hugh Thomas on securing employment in a school including many practical strategies and the support available from Protocol Education. Consultant Hannah Bignold also ran through how Protocol Education works as an agency and how to get the best out of supply work.

After the talks, there was time for a glass of wine (or two) and a chat with various consultants who dealt with each teacher's desired location and area of education. The feedback was very positive. The trainee teachers felt that the session had covered areas that they had not learnt about during the course, they enjoyed having a chance to chat with other students and consultants and all went away feeling like it was a worthwhile experience.

To find out more about similar events or how Protocol Education can help newly qualified teachers find their first job contact your local branch
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