“This will be the largest event of its kind in the city, catering for anyone thinking of getting into teaching, whether they’re a student, a graduate or someone who’s currently employed but looking to change career."
Mapping the routes to a classroom career
Experts on hand at free city event to help would-be educators get into teaching
Teacher training providers from across Yorkshire are holding a major open event in Bradford next month to shine a light on the many routes into a career in education.
On the evening of Thursday 14th November, the Bradford Hotel will be the go-to venue for anyone in the region who is thinking of training to teach but unsure of how to take the first steps into the profession.
Training specialists will be on hand to discuss different types of teaching, from primary to specialist, as well as providing information on different training paths, qualification requirements and funding opportunities.
Katie Waring, Head of ITT at Bradford Birth to 19 School-Centred Initial Teacher Training (SCITT), said: “This will be the largest event of its kind in the city, catering for anyone thinking of getting into teaching, whether they’re a student, a graduate or someone who’s currently employed but looking to change career. There’s nothing more rewarding than making a difference to a child’s life and this is the chance to find out if one day it could be you leading the way.”
As well a short presentation on how to get into teaching, there will be plenty of opportunity to meet the training providers face to face to get handy hints and tips. There will also be the chance find out about the reality of life in the classroom by budding up with experienced teacher or arranging a school placement.
The event is free of charge and takes place from 4pm – 7pm. Further information and registration details are available at https://www.bradfordteaching.org/get-into-teaching/< Back to all news stories