Whilst other businesses cut-back, Birmingham Recruitment Agency invests money into teacher training

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A Birmingham supply teaching agency, Aspire People, is giving something back to teachers by devising a new inspirational training scheme for supply teachers across the West and East Midlands.

Aspire People, Supply Teaching Agency West and East Midlands

"We can only be the best by making sure our teachers have the tools, knowledge, support and motivation to do their job well."

Aspire People, a supply teaching agency based in Sutton Coldfield, has put together a brand new training scheme for supply teachers. In total, three courses will be held at Birmingham City University on the 30th and 31st May 2013.

Mark Birmingham, Training Organiser at Aspire People said: “We have three great courses on offer, Developing your Teacher Persona & Behaviour Management, Inspirational Delivery and Teacher Survival Pack. The teacher training is aimed at newly qualified teachers, those returning to teaching or teachers that just need to brush up and refresh their skills.”

Michaela Powell, Managing Director of Aspire People added: “Aspire People has grown considerably in the last few years. We invested heavily last year in training our recruitment consultants to provide a personable and advisory service to candidates. This year we have heavily invested in supply teacher training.”

“At the moment recruitment agencies are cutting back and very few agencies offer free teacher training. We want to be the best at what we do and schools spend a lot of money on supply teachers. We can only be the best by making sure our teachers have the tools, knowledge, support and motivation to do their job well.”

Aspire People's supply teaching training is free to teachers that are registering or already working for Aspire People. For more information on dates and times head to Aspire People's website or ring the recruitment agency on 0121 314 3606.

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