Teacher Training and Recruitment After COVID-19


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With expert insight from...

  • Sir Andrew Carter OBE, CEO of South Farnham School Educational Trust
  • Emma Hollis, Executive Director of the National Association of School-Based Teacher Trainers (NASBTT)
  • James Noble-Rogers, Executive Director of the Universities Council for the Education of Teachers (UCET)

In this IG Schools webinar, we explore what is known so far about the impact of COVID-19 on teacher recruitment, retention, and training, and what the role of the new Teaching School Hubs will be in the future landscape of teacher training, whilst considering advice for teacher training leads in different school contexts currently training a cohort remotely, or planning for a new intake from September, at this time of ongoing uncertainty.

COVID-19 has affected the education sector in a wide variety of ways, and the impact on the current and future school workforce is no exception. With rates of applications for teacher training suggesting a rise in new teachers entering the profession, and changes to teacher training structures made to be more flexible and adapt to needs through the pandemic, the landscape perhaps offers much to be positive about, despite the challenges being faced.

Watch now to understand the latest developments for teacher recruitment, training and retention, and post-pandemic prospects.