The interview process is a relaxed meeting. They are friendly and very accommodating. I felt valued and at ease. It was the best decision I made. Thank you David.
Very long 4 stage interview and presentation
Answered - Recruitment Consultant (Former Employee) - United Kingdom
Answered - Teaching Assistant (Former Employee) - Cardiff, Cardiff
Informal but thorough
Answered - teacher (Current Employee) - Hull, East Riding of Yorkshire
Nice and friendly
Answered - Teaching Assistant (Current Employee) - Hillingdon, Greater London
You will be assigned your own Education Recruitment consultant when you register with Teaching Personnel who will be able to talk to you about what documentation you need to take for your interview.
You will be able to discuss at the interview the type of work you are looking for whether that be permanent, long-term, short-term or perhaps 121 tuition and in return your consultant will be able to talk to you about the schools in your area and what to expect.
Whilst the documentation required is a formality for Teaching Personnel to be able to clear you for working in schools, the rest of your interview will be finding about about you, what work you are looking for and to discuss working with Teaching Personnel along with job opportunities available.
Becoming more and more strict- which is a good thing as this job takes a certain type of worker and thinker and i feel our vetting process is now catching people out who dont fit the tp bill
Answered - Branch Manager (Current Employee) - Preston, Lancashire