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crazylady
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I recently applied for the fast track entry into teaching and was not given any indication that if I was unsuccesful then I would have to apply AGAIN through the normal route as well. Why is it we rely on these people who can never get anything right??
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(Original post by crazylady)
I recently applied for the fast track entry into teaching and was not given any indication that if I was unsuccesful then I would have to apply AGAIN through the normal route as well. Why is it we rely on these people who can never get anything right??
I looked into fast track teaching and it seemed pretty clear that it had a different application procedure to normal teaching and you would have to apply to normal as well, mind you this was over a year ago so I supposed the literature may have changed. The fast track site was quite clear and so was the info they sent me when I looked into it.
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what does it mean by fast track?
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what does it mean by fast track?
It's basically a special programme for teacher training, mainly for recent graduates, that gets you up the promotion ladder quickly. There are similar schemes for the civil service, armed forces and big plc's.

A very appealling idea in my opinion.

http://www.fasttrackteaching.gov.uk/

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Sounds promising. Thanks, it looks like something I should perhaps look into.
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