Teacher Recruitment Day
is without a doubt one of the most rewarding experiences one can enjoy. Be it as a career, a favour or a past time, in sport, the academics or the arts, it really is a gift.
For those interested in pursuing a teaching career
, Teacher Recruitment Day
is an excellent opportunity. This is an event which many key representatives from human resources departments, schools and learning centres attend and hold in great importance, knowing that those they are there to interview are from the very best, most serious and capable selection of candidates.
The day will typically consist of various stages. It can include presentations based on themes such as what it takes to be an effective teacher, how to build a career in education
or about the general running and recruitment of a specific learning centre. As well as presentations, interviews will be held making the likelihood of being offered a post at Teacher Recruitment Day very much present. Interviews can be informal chats or prearranged meetings; either way, attendees should be prepared to make the most of such opportunities.
Preparation for events such as Teacher Recruitment Day
is rather different from that which one might carry out before a general career fair or specific interview. Candidates have the opportunity to research the educational institutions which will be present at the event (and thus prepare relevant and specific questions). Furthermore, they will have the chance to make an enormous amount of connections in the teaching industry: from chatting to those in the queue at the lunch canteen to visiting stands which may not have originally appealed, everyone at Teacher Recruitment Day has a common interest: teaching, making every meeting an opportunity.
A specialist and special event, one should approach Teacher Recruitment Day with enthusiasm and optimism - if one has the motivation to prepare for and attend an event such as this, a passion for teaching
is clearly evident and it is this passion which makes a good teacher