You’ve completed your teacher training, gained the necessary classroom experience, and perhaps even found the perfect supply teaching role to apply to; but what steps do you need to take to keep your career moving forwards?
Without a strong, well-constructed CV the chances of showcasing your sparkling personality and supply teaching talent could be significantly narrowed.
Below are two templates which offer our tips and guidance on how to structure and write the ideal supply teacher or teaching assistant CV, but don’t forget to be creative as this will help you stand out from the crowd!
As a teacher, your CV should strike a balance between your academic qualifications and your educational problem solving abilities, while at the same time displaying your personality, commitment to further education and good command of English.
Most importantly, you want to make sure your teaching CV is clear, simple to consume, and packs an immediate punch – after all, you’re attempting to demonstrate your ability to obtain and keep someone’s attention within seconds.
Sounds like quite a task, doesn’t it? But with the right approach and a little help from us, there’s no reason you can’t produce a first-class CV to help you further your career in London supply teaching!
Once you’ve perfected your CV, why not head over to our Register Now page and apply for your chosen teaching role?
Alternatively, you can browse our London teaching jobs to see what we have on offer. In any profession it’s always a good idea to tailor your CV to the particular role you’re applying for, so don’t forget to include any particularly relevant details before you apply.