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Teacher Training Interviews

Room 116, Northumberland Building


Find out how to prepare for teaching interviews to give yourself the best chance of success.  We will look at the different tasks you may be asked to complete on the day, types of questions you can expect and approaches to answering them to succeed.

In teaching preparation is key, you could be invited to interview very quickly after submitting your Teacher Training application through UCAS and you need to know what to expect. It will either be a half day or a full day of tasks you will be assessed completing. This session will focus on the different types of activity you may undergo during the interview process and types of interview questions you may be asked. You will learn how to perform well in each activity to achieve higher scores and a place on the course of your choice.

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Room 116, Northumberland Building
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