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Date:
November 13
Time:
10:00 - 15:30
Cost:
Free
Event Category:
Website:
www.athona.com/education
cover supervisor training

Are you looking to get into teaching or break into the education sector? Are you a recent graduate who is looking for flexible work whilst you explore different career options? Or perhaps you’re an actor, ex-military professional or parent looking to work a job that fits round other commitments? Then attending our cover supervisor training to learn about the role could be for you.

As a Cover Supervisor no two days will ever be the same and working in a range of secondary schools your main job will be to manage a classroom in the absence of the usual class teacher, ensuring pupils complete their work to a high standard. Alongside this you’ll also learn school policies, gain a greater understanding of behaviour management and also get the opportunity to explore a variety of schools. Becoming a Cover Supervisor also has a great rate of pay, where dependent on the school location and your experience, you can look to earn between £65 and £80 a day.

As no previous school experience is necessary, we want to make sure you’re well equipped to take on this new job role. That’s why we’re providing free of charge Cover Supervisor training this November.

Who?

A Cover Supervisor role will suit anyone who has excellent communication skills and has achieved English and Maths at GCSE level.

When?

Saturday, 13th November

Where?

We will be accepting both in-person and virtual attendees to this event. This training will be held from our head office in Brentwood, Essex (situated next door to Brentwood train station).

Please confirm here if you’re looking to attend virtually via Zoom. And by letting us know here if you would prefer to attend this event in-person.

Run by?

A Cover Manager who has years of experience training and developing cover supervisors.

Training includes?

The training will cover key aspects needed to work as a Cover Supervisor, including;

  • behaviour management techniques
  • how to cover a lesson and planning sheets
  • essential do’s and not’s
  • provide you confidence in your new role
  • child protection issues and safeguarding in schools