The Early Career Teacher Conference takes place tomorrow!

13 October 2017

Join us in London to hear from a variety of speakers that will address behaviour management, engaging with research and managing workload. There will also be a panel discussion featuring NQTs and teachers at different stages of their teaching practice to answer questions from those new to the profession.

Attendance is free for all Student Teacher members of the Chartered College. NQTs can book a place at a reduced rate once they have joined as an Associate NQT member (this will open in September 2017).

Lunch and refreshments are included alongside an exhibition featuring contributions from subject associations, publishers and other useful resources.

Click here for more information on the event.



Click here to purchase your last minute ticket/s now!


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