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Teaching Careers in the UK

Dear Students

Pear Education are an independent Recruitment Business based in London who place Teachers and Support Staff to schools across London and the surrounding areas. As you may well be aware there is an extreme shortage of teachers in the UK and by the looks of things this will not be changing too much in the near future.

Pear Education will assist all teachers looking to relocate to London throughout the whole process. Pear Education likes to take the time to listen to our teachers and find out what they are looking for and what type of school they would prefer to work in before placing them. 

Students can contact the Resourcing Manager for Pear Education, Stephen Wilson at:
t:  0208 432 0827
m: 0777 225 8641
f:  0845 474 8547


Planning to teach in Independent or Private Education?
NGS Super On-campus Info Session

Date: Thurs 29 Oct 2015
Time: 1pm - 2pm including question time
Venue: Room 2.09/2.10 Education Building
Light refreshments provided

For more information, contact the Careers & Employer Liaison Centre Team on 8201 2832 or

Click here to RSVP


Careers Week 12-16th October 2015

View the Careers Week 2015 flyer: Careers Week 2015 (PDF 196KB)

View the event timetable:


Flinders University International Teaching Experience Program in Nepal, November 2015

There are limited places left for the Flinders University International Teaching Experience program 2015!

Education students have the opportunity to complete a four week teaching placement in Nepal (14 November - 12 December 2015), which gives credit towards their degree.

The Nepal program is particularly aimed at second, third and fourth year students. First year students are encouraged to note details of the Flinders University International Teaching Experience program for future opportunities and direction.

Please refer to the flyer below for more information. Expressions of interest are via Chris Abfalter at Antipodeans Abroad.

Dr Felicity Lewis

Nepal Trip (PDF 381KB)


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Transition to Employment Conference 2015

If you were unable to attend this year’s conference, missed out on some of the sessions or would like a refresher on some of the information you now have access to copies of some our speakers’ presentation slides, session handouts and other resources online.  These resources and a copy of our 2015 Teaching Interstate Guide can be accessed by visiting the Careers & Employer Liaison Centre’s FLO Topic (click on the Transition to Employment Conference link).  Please note that you will need to input your FAN and password to log in to this topic.

Additional resources may be added to the topic in the near future including the Teacher Registration Board presentation slides.

Don’t forget that you can gain assistance with your applications, resumes, interview preparation and careers advice from our Career Development Consultants here in the Careers & Employer Liaison Centre.  Please ensure that you have used and applied the information provided at this conference before making an appointment as this will help you to gain the maximum benefit from your time with our team members. Visit our Careers Advice & Development Services web page for more information.

As co-presenters of the conference with the School of Education we invite you to provide us with some feedback on your experience.  The short survey can be accessed online and we look forward to your input to assist us with planning for future conferences. 

Thank you,

Your Careers & Employer Liaison Centre Team
8201 2832


Student computer rooms in the Education building

Don't forget, rooms EDUC 3.16 (with printing facilities) and EDUC 3.17 have been made available for Education Students to use! Please go to EDUC 4.69 to gain security swipe access on your student card.



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