Are you worried about your job prospects?
Dear qualified teacher,
Training to become a qualified teacher is no easy task. You put your heart and soul into learning the necessary skills required to educate the children of today and the future in what is without doubt one of the most important professions in the world.
As you near the end of your probationary year, you should be proud of your achievements. You feel you have served your apprenticeship and you're now ready to get your teeth into the role and develop further as a teacher.
That is, until you realise that the job you were promised doesn't actually exist. If you currently have a feeling of despair and anxiety at the prospect of not being able to practice your chosen profession you are not alone.
Have You Considered Teaching In London?
If you find yourself in a situation whereby you think you'll not be offered a job beginning August 2009, then perhaps you should consider moving to London to continue your teaching career. Educate can help find you permanent work in London.
Be warned though, I will only submit your CV to a school if I think you can handle the emotional side of moving to London. Of course, I'll help you source accommodation and make sure you settle in but it won't do me or you any good if you decide to leave after a few months. That's why I'll give you a reasonably tough time when we speak for the first time as I must make sure you are of the right character to handle the move.
Here's a quick rundown of the benefits of teaching in London and of using Educate:
- Teach in the most cosmopolitan city in the world
- Relocation expenses paid – often in excess of £5k!
- Get help with finding accommodation – settle in easier
- Recruitment company run by teachers for teachers
- Access to some of the best teaching jobs in London
- 100% success rate in placing candidates (due to our rigorous search criteria
At the moment, I am searching for good quality candidates in the following disciplines:
- Social Sciences
- Religious Studies
- Modern Languages
Send me your CV by email to firstname.lastname@example.org or upload here. Alternatively, you can call me on 0845 643 6095 OR 07989 425 001. Tell me about your situation. I will soon know if I can help you and will be in touch soon after to discuss how best to proceed. Remember that the main aim is to get you back teaching and not put to waste all that hard work and those skills you have gained in your probationary year.
I look forward to hearing from you.