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How You Can Be a Teaching Assistant with No Qualifications

Are you looking for a new career path, part-time work or occasional shifts to fit around your studies or other commitments?


Does the flexibility of the roles available from Revised Recruitment sound like a perfect match?



Our teaching assistant roles do not require qualifications or previous teaching experience, as full training is provided. However, this doesn’t mean that we offer positions to everyone who applies, so we have put together a quick tick list of things you can do to increase your chances of getting a teaching assistant role through Revised Recruitment.



Sharpen up Your CV


Sharpening your CV is critical to finding any new job or position, not just one as a teaching assistant.


· Qualifications/Achievements


It’s essential to list achievements and any qualifications you have, even if they’re not relevant to becoming a teaching assistant. These show you can commit to something and see it through, which is an excellent sign for potential employers.



· Skills and Qualities


Schools are generally looking for people who are passionate about helping young people learn and develop, so if you can demonstrate that you fit the bill, then let us know. We are looking for enthusiastic, reliable, and trustworthy people, so don’t be afraid to mention these points on your CV.



· Experience


Although experience is not a requirement, let us know anything that might be relevant, such as if you’ve been a leader or helper at Brownies, Guides, Scouts, or another similar organisation. If you’re a parent or have babysitting experience, we also love to know this.



If you are interested in learning more about how Revised Recruitment can help you find a new job, please get in touch. Whether you’re looking for a part-time role or occasional shifts that fit around your lectures or other obligations, we’ll find the perfect match. We have a Guaranteed Pay Scheme, offer 24/7 support, competitive rates of pay and offer Continuous Professional Development (CPD) to further your skills as you go.


To start searching for the right role through Revised Recruitment, complete the mini application on our website or email your CV to info@revisedrecruitment.co.uk, and we’ll be in touch to discuss your application and find out more.

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