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Still Time To Make That Career Change Into Secondary Education Teaching

10th August 2018

The Highland Council is delighted to be working with the University of Dundee and the University of the Highlands and Islands to support Highland-based people who are interested in a career move to gain both their PGDE and complete their induction year within 18 months.

Following an earlier event in June, Highland Council and the University of Dundee and University of the Highlands and Islands are hosting a second information evening on Tuesday 14 August 2018 from 5:30pm - 7pm at the University of Highlands and Islands, Inverness College, Inverness Campus IV2 5NA. This is aimed at people thinking about a career change into secondary teaching.

This new route into teaching has now been fully accredited by the General Teaching Council Scotland.

Come and find out more about this new "PGDE Secondary (STEM) Partnership Induction Model (PIM) Programme".

This is for you if you:

- Are interested in a career change to become a Secondary School Teacher.

- Have a minimum of a 2.1 Honours Degree in Science (Chemistry or Physics), Maths, Computing or Home Economics.

- People with a 2.2 Honours Degree and relevant, recent work experience may also be considered.

- Feel that you have the interpersonal skills, qualities and attributes to motivate and bring learning alive for young people.

- Are keen to study and gain your full registration as a teacher while staying in the Highlands and be given financial support while studying and undertaking school placements.

The Programme starts in December 2018 and completes in June 2020.

To confirm intentions to attend the Information Session or for further information about this opportunity please email roseanne.fitzpatrick@highland.gov.uk

Video links into the Information Session may also be set up at UHI bases in Thurso or Fort William for people who cannot attend the Inverness session - please email: Mark.Lindley.Highfield.ic@uhi.ac.uk to arrange.

For further information visit: www.highland.gov.uk/teachertraining

 

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