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How to find vacancies in Teacher Training assistance?

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Norman’s Answer

This is one of those questions that may require footwork on your part. You may not always find information relating to this area on organization websites, or career websites. You might have to physically visit the places that you might want to be a teacher Training Assistant at and ask personally. I don't know how things are in England, but in the USA, sometimes assistant type jobs are not always listed, but if you inquire from within the organization, they might tell you, hey, we do have a vacancy and just never posted it anywhere. Good luck in your searching.
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Jonathan’s Answer

I cannot help you I would look into state requirements and contacting schools and school districts in the area you want to work.
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Zeni’s Answer

Hi Andrew,
You can try some online courses which are suitable for those who never worked at school but wants to become Teacher training assistant. Diploma in Level 3 should help ( you didn't mention if you have done any sort of studying). I would recommend to check Teaching training assistant jobs on Linkedin. Or even better, pick the school of interest on LinkedIn and get in touch. Make sure you will do some research before contacting the person directly. You can also volunteer and ask about the internship opportunities ( even if its only for several months, what you need to do is to get your foot there). Recruitment agencies are good, but personally I don't have good experience with RA and I would always prefer to do my legwork and find contacts on LinkedIn. Just a reminder, make sure your LinkedIn is sending a clear message about you and your interest, why are you looking for a job and what made you change the career. I would also leave your profile opened for recruiters. I would not put your whole resume on LinkedIn, try to work around your Cover Letter, make it clear why do you want to do this profession and what are your key skills, transferrable skills from your previous profession. I hope this helped. All the best
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Delina’s Answer

Depending on where you would like to be a teacher training assistant you may need to look at that locations job resource websites, job placement services or education and school websites to search for any vacancies. I hope this helps, good luck!
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Zeni’s Answer

Hi Andrew,
You can try some online courses which are suitable for those who never worked at school but wants to become Teacher training assistant. Diploma in Level 3 should help ( you didn't mention if you have done any sort of studying). I would recommend to check Teaching training assistant jobs on Linkedin. Or even better, pick the school of interest on LinkedIn and get in touch. Make sure you will do some research before contacting the person directly. You can also volunteer and ask about the internship opportunities ( even if its only for several months, what you need to do is to get your foot there). Recruitment agencies are good, but personally I don't have good experience with RA and I would always prefer to do my legwork and find contacts on LinkedIn. Just a reminder, make sure your LinkedIn is sending a clear message about you and your interest, why are you looking for a job and what made you change the career. I would also leave your profile opened for recruiters. I would not put your whole resume on LinkedIn, try to work around your Cover Letter, make it clear why do you want to do this profession and what are your key skills, transferrable skills from your previous profession. I hope this helped. All the best
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