Why train to become a teacher?
Two informal talks on the benefits of a teaching career
Please note: This event is now CANCELLED due to Covid-19 restrictions
Two informal talks are taking place in April designed to explain the benefits of a career in teaching, even if you haven’t considered it as a career option.
The discussions will cover the rewards of becoming a teacher, explore the different pathways into teaching and career opportunities as well as answer any questions you may have.
They take place on April 1 at the Stratford Campus and on April 8 in Docklands
Why to train become a teacher?
Pursuing a career as a teacher is a life-changing decision with numerous rewards. These include great job satisfaction, a skill set that enables you to impact on the lives of the children you teach as and influence the society in which they live. In addition, there are lots of opportunities to climb the career ladder and fulfil your potential.
Becoming a teacher, you will:
- have the chance to inspire and educate young people every day
- have no two days the same
- make an impact on the society by shaping the next generation
- learn a set of transferable and recognised skills that will benefit your career progression
- be part of a large community
- have the privilege of job security
If you want to learn more about the benefits of teaching, possible routes into work and career opportunities, please book your place for the talk delivered by David Wells, Head of Department of Teaching Education. This will be followed by Q&A session for any specific queries.
Please note: This event is now cancelled due to Covid-19 restrictions