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Career Crossroads: Teaching Young People and Adults Webinar

Event Date
18th July 2023, 5:00pm - 6:00pm
Virtual Location
Online
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Are you at a career crossroads and want to make a difference? Have you always wondered about getting into teaching but don’t want to work in schools? Learn more about getting into teaching at one of our free webinar session.

Bradford College are leaders in community and lifelong education and recognise the value of your unique skills, knowledge and experience. Find out more about training to teach in a variety of contexts, with an outstanding team of teacher educators, at a pace that suits your commitments and lifestyle.

Generous bursaries are available (£12k-£26k depending on the subject you wish to teach). As well as this, our courses enable you to teach young people and adults in both Further Education and adult education settings.

We provide undergraduate and postgraduate training routes with a range of top up degrees available to those who have already undertaken some degree level education.

Maybe you do not yet have a Level 3 qualification to enable you to access higher education. We can offer Level 3 TA courses, online Access to HE courses and apprenticeships.

Find out more about our Margaret McMillan School of Education and the routes into teaching available for you: https://www.bradfordcollege.ac.uk/margaret-mcmillan-school-of-education/

If this sounds like the route for you, reserve your place now!

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