Interested in teaching? St Alban's hosts teacher training evening

Thursday 07 May 2015

St Alban's Academy is to host an information evening for people from Birmingham and the surrounding area looking to start one of the most rewarding careers out there - teaching.

The school will host Ark Teacher Training's information evening on Tuesday 2nd June, from 6.00-7.30pm. The programme is run by Ark, the high-performing schools network of which St Alban's is a member, and is a School Direct programme, allowing participants to train in-school from day one.

During the event, attendees will be able to find out more about St Alban's, Ark, and the Ark Teacher Training programme, through which candidates spend one year training in one of Ark's 31 schools, before qualifying as a teacher.

Attendees will find out about Ark’s schools and how they can train to become a great teacher. They will also have the opportunity to speak to St Alban's teachers and current trainees and have a chance to get one-on-one advice on CVs and applications.

Refreshments will be provided and there will have plenty of time to have questions answered.

To register, email with your full name, phone number, teaching subject of interest and the event you wish to attend and we will be in touch to confirm your place. Please bring a copy of your CV/UCAS application on the day so we can more easily stay in touch.