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Making a Teacher Training Application

Room 149, Northumberland Building

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 If you’re planning to apply for a teacher training programme, you need to come to this session to find out how to complete your application and get tips on how to impress the training provider.

This session is for anyone who is planning to apply for a training programme through the UCAS teacher training system.

 

 You will learn:

 

  • How the system works.
  • What training providers are hoping to see in your application.
  • What details about your course to include in your application.
  • What details about your experience to include in your application.
  • Tips for writing your personal statement.
  • What to do about references.

This is a presentation with plenty of opportunity to ask questions.  It will help you to make an application that gets you an interview.

If you require communication or access support please contact Careers and Employment to discuss ways of organising this, nucareers@northumbria.ac.uk 

Event Details

Room 149, Northumberland Building
City Campus


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