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Refer a new teacher to us and earn £250!

We always need more teachers for our schools. If you know a teacher looking for supply work (daily cover or long-term assignments), or who just wants a new agency, refer them to us and we’ll pay you £250 as a thank you. There is no limit to the number of referrals you can make or the amount money you can claim.

To recommend a teacher today, simply complete this form and email it to your local branch. We’ll do the rest. Once your friend has completed the registration process and worked for 20 days, we’ll pay you £250.

 

Terms & conditions apply:

  • Offer applies for referrals for qualified teachers only.
  • You must be registered with Protocol Education in order to submit referrals.
  • To qualify for payment, referrals must be made before the registration date of the teacher you are referring.
  • Recommended teachers must not be current or previously registered workers with Protocol Education.
  • Recommended teachers must complete 20 full days of paid work for Protocol Education within 6 months of registration to qualify for the referral payment.
  • All payments are subject to tax and NI deductions according to UK law. Where relevant, you are responsible for declaring all your taxable income to HMRC.
  • Protocol Education may terminate this offer at any time, or amend these terms and conditions by providing reasonable notice on the Protocol Education website.
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