Working in Education Fair 2018

Brighton & Hove Education Partnership welcomes you to the Working in Education Fair 2018 at Jury's Inn, Brighton Waterfront on Saturday 10 March, from 10am until 3pm.

The event will explore job opportunities in schools and colleges, with courses available from local training providers, apprenticeships and voluntary positions such as school governors.

Come and talk to a range of education professionals and find out about:

  • School governors and clerks to governors
  • Teachers from primary, secondary and special schools
  • Apprenticeships
  • Early years settings
  • Colleges (BHASVIC and Brighton MET)
  • University of Brighton & University of Sussex
  • Sussex Coast Teaching School Alliance
  • Pavilion & Downs Teaching School Alliance
  • PACA Adult Learning – teaching assistant courses
  • Job Centre & National Careers Service
  • Unions for school staff
  • Adult Learning & Skills Partnership

Throughout the day, attendees can join 30 minute sessions led by a range of educational experts:

10.30am

Different routes into teaching

University colleagues
Tennyson Room
11.30am

Different routes into teaching

University colleagues
Tennyson Room
12.30pm

On the chalk face - what primary teaching’s really like

Primary school teacher
Tennyson Room
12.30pm

Top tips for job applications and interviews

Brighton & Hove headteacher 

Keats & Shelley Room

1.30pm

On the chalk face - what secondary teaching’s really like

Secondary school teacher
Keats & Shelley Room

2.00pm

Your first year as a Newly Qualified Teacher

NQT Induction Co-ordinator

Tennyson Room

2.30pm

Top tips for job applications and interviews

Brighton & Hove headteacher 

Keats & Shelley Room

To register your interest and to receive updates about the event, email schools.training@brighton-hove.gov.uk.

This event is organised by Brighton & Hove Education Partnership, which aims to improve outcomes for children through the development of strong partnership working in the city.

Watch this video to find out why Marcus and Lizzie enjoy working in a school.

Working for the council: equality and diversity

Brighton & Hove City Council is committed to tackling inequality in employment and aspires to achieve a more diverse workforce that reflects the economically active population within Brighton & Hove. We want to ensure there is equality in our recruitment processes so we welcome all sections of the community to consider working for us. Our recruitment and selection is based on an objective application and interview process and you will only be judged on how your experience meets the actual requirements of the job.

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Cost: 
Free