Chance to learn more about teacher training
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The University of East Anglia will be holding an information session in April for those interested in training to teach at primary level.
The event, on Saturday, April 28, will run from 9.30am to 12.30pm.
It will start with a general information talk before an opportunity to speak to tutors, current students, and newly-qualified teachers.
Member of the admissions team will also be on hand to offer advice on all admissions-related queries including:
• Degree subject requirements;
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• The professional skills tests;
• Fees, funding and bursary information.
For further information or to register interest, visit www.uea.ac.uk/education/pgce/teacher-training-information-sessions, or contact the PGCE admissions team on 01603 592855 or email@example.com.