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Choosing the right teacher training course for teaching in the post 16 sector

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IAG event at Newcastle College, Teaching Development Centre on 16th June

  • Are you interested in training to teach at home or abroad?
  • Do you need qualifications for your present role?
  • Are you thinking of a change of direction?
  • Are you already involved in the Lifelong Learning Sector and want to study further?

If your answer is yes to any of the above, then please come along to one of the Teacher Training Advice and Guidance evenings or look at the attached document ‘Newcastle TDC courses’.

Wednesday 16th June
5.30 – 7.30 pm
Newcastle College, Teaching Development Centre

Please contact Lianne Abraham to book a place or call 0191 200 4565.

 

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