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Tackling your NQT worries workshop with James Williams - book your place now

Discussion in 'New teachers' started by gailrobinson, Feb 2, 2011.

  1. Our resident induction expert James Williams will be hosting a workshop which tackles all your worries about the induction year and will help you successfully navigate you way through the process.
    The workshop takes place on Sunday February 13 in our London office and will cover:
    How to avoid induction problems
    How to create an effective portfolio
    A guide to how the induction process works - what should happen when and who's responsible for what.
    To register and get booking details visit TES Weekend Workshop
    PS - there's a special offer deal if you attend this workshop and the Winning that Teaching job seminar which takes place on the afternoon of Sunday 13th Feb
  2. I am not available, but would like to attend. Are there going to be any more of these workshops?
  3. Hello NealB
    We will be scheduling more workshops over the course of the next few months. If you drop an email to advice@tes.co.uk detailing which workshop you're interested in then we'll email you as soon as we schedule a relevant workshop.
    Best wishes

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