Career day for future teachers in Hatfield
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Do you fancy getting into teaching? A free Hatfield event is coming up with guidance on starting out.
Train to Teach is a government teaching recruitment event that will be coming to the University of Hertfordshire on March 5.
The event includes a presentation on different teacher training options and a chance to talk to experts about which might be best for you.
Representatives from schools and universities will also be there to talk about life in the classroom and give advice on entry requirements.
You can also receive advice on your UCAS application in progress.
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Registration is needed for the event, and the organisers advise that you check your eligibility for teaching before coming along.
The event will take place between 4.30pm and 7.30pm.
Further information and registration can be found here: https://getintoteaching.education.gov.uk/teaching-events/train-to-teach-events/train-to-teach-hatfield-050318
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