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Lincoln Award Teacher Training

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Lincoln Award Teacher Training

 

The Careers and Employability team in partnership with Lincolnshire Teaching School Alliance have 15 places available for a new Lincoln Award Teacher Training scheme. This is a unique opportunity for students interested in pursuing a career as a teacher to undertake a 2 week internship in a school, combined with in-house, exclusive training offered by the Teaching School Alliance. This bespoke Lincoln Award will allow you to undertake the training and school experience whilst engaging with the support of the Careers & Employability Team. This will offer you  a real opportunity to add something distinct to your CV to set you aside from the competition to train to be a teacher, whilst also offering you the chance to impress a potential future employer.  This opportunity is open to students currently in their 1st or 2nd year of study.

The 2 week internship will include:

  • Observing and reflecting
  • Planning and delivering part of a lesson
  • Preparing a resource
  • Writing an evaluation
  • Giving a talk to 6th Form students about university life

The training will include:

  • Safeguarding training
  • Internship training
  • Literacy Skills preparation session
  • Numeracy Skills preparation session

The scheme runs in semester B and you must be available to complete the 2 week internship in June 2018.

The training will be provided at various dates between March-June.

If you are thinking of a career in teaching this is an opportunity not to be missed!

To register your interest in the scheme and receive more information when the application process opens please email; lincolnaward@lincoln.ac.uk

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