Teaching Force announce new Cover Supervisor work experience programme
Posted on 24/07/17 | Posted in Main News
Teaching Force are delighted to announce an exciting new training scheme in association with The National Church of England Academy.
Perfect for graduates wishing to become Cover Supervisors, the scheme based at the National Church of England Academy in Hucknall allows Teaching Force candidates to access professional support and development. With on the job training and real life classroom experience, candidates will shadow lessons and learn to become effective Cover Supervisors.
Candidates will be provided with a certificate on completion of the training, and will be rewarded with a pay scale through Teaching Force that reflects their progression and development.
If you've never worked in education before, or you are a graduate looking for work, this is a fantastic opportunity to find out what being a Cover Supervisor is like and benefit from free on-the-job training!
Steven Morris, Secondary Consultant at Teaching Force (pictured) said of the news:
“We are thrilled to announce this initiative with the school. I am personally committed to preparing candidates to be the best they can be before they enter classrooms. However, despite a thorough registration process, in the past we could not give candidates actual classroom experiences. The National Church of England Academy have long been one of the most proactive schools in the area for staff training and by utilising their training programme we are giving our staff the best possible transition in to the classroom."
Jayne Foster, Cover Manager at The National Church of England Academy added:
“We feel that a structured in-house training opportunity for new Cover Supervisors is a crucial addition to support the outstanding teaching and learning at our Academy. Candidates will be fully supported in all areas of cover supervision, and will therefore be in a position to offer a positive learning environment to our students in the long term. We believe students, staff and the whole school will benefit from this training.”