STC provides a dynamic forum for SHES students to meet face-to-face with exhibitors who recruit from our cohort to discuss career opportunities.
Your Careers Team are here to offer advice and guidance, enabling you to explore your options, find opportunities and make careers decisions. Come and chat to us at the Careers stand at STC2018.
Hull School Centred Initial Teacher training (SCITT) works in collaboration with Hull Collaborative Teaching school (HCTS) the first Teaching School alliance in Hull. HCTS supports teachers throughout their career and this begins with identifying you, as our next generation of outstanding teachers and future leaders.
Hull SCITT is a new provider which has evolved from a very successful school direct programme. Our successful trainees are now employed and actively making a difference to children, with the vast majority in our partnership schools.
Hull is an excellent city to both live and train in. Teaching in Hull schools is exciting, challenging and rewarding. We represent a strong partnership of 25 Primary School, 2 Special Schools, 3 Secondary Schools and one School Direct Partnership. Our ‘hands on’ approach means trainees are in school from day one learning by working alongside an experienced mentor teacher. This is complimented by central training delivered through HCTS by teachers who are Specialist Leaders of Education (SLE) which means that they are currently teaching and recognised as experts in their specific field.
All Trainees graduate with Qualified Teacher Status (QTS).
Through a well established partnership with The University of Hull Trainees have the option to graduate with a Post Graduate Certificate in Education (PGCE).
- We represent the communities we serve – the more diverse our staff, police officers and volunteers, the easier it is for us to connect with and understand the needs of our communities.
- We are determined to increase the number of people from underrepresented groups.
- Available to support and offer guidance when needed.
- We welcome everyone, whatever their age, gender, disability, ethnicity, level of ability, sexual orientation, gender identity, faith, relationship or parental status.
Our officers and staff come from every walk of life, but there is always room for us to improve and better represent our growing diverse communities. The more diverse our staff and police officers, the easier it is for us to connect with and understand the needs of all the people we serve.
The most effective police service is one that can help anyone, whatever their age, gender, ethnicity, level of ability, sexual orientation, gender identity, faith, relationship or parental status.
We are in the middle of a three-year phase of police officer recruitment, keep an eye on our social media and website for the next opportunity to apply.
There are a number of other roles available that support our uniformed officers these include staff roles, special constables and volunteers. Please follow the link to see what is available to suit you [Join Us]
The Army has over 50 career streams available for graduates including Engineering, Personnel Support & Finance, Logistics, Communications, IT & Intelligence, Medical, Combat, Music and Ceremonial.
Opportunities to travel the world, gain extra qualifications and training, and benefit from improved confidence and leadership skills as well as an excellent financial and benefits package. The Army is looking for graduates who enjoy challenge, excitement and a clear long-term career path – all of which are available at a world-class standard.
The British Army has vacancies now and a continuous recruiting programme.
There are also part time Graduate and non-Graduate Opportunities in the Army Reserve compatible with studies and providing the ability to earn whilst you learn new skills.
Major Dave Smith will be present at STC2018 along with a PTI, a Military Medical Services Representative and a Physiotherapist to discuss the huge range of careers available to SHES students and graduates.
Further information is available on the Army website.
We’ve expanded our industry-leading offering from 65 sites in 2014, to 111 in 2017, with over 200,000 members. Our clinical background means that every Nuffield Health gym is run with a quality focus and evidence-based practice. And, with our cutting-edge facilities such as Synergy frames and Watt bikes, we continue to introduce exciting new products and equipment for our members and staff.
Our gyms, and the multi-disciplinary teams of experts who work within them, are at the heart of our holistic approach. And as you’ll see, they’re much more than a place to exercise and get fit. Our holistic approach to long-term health means that the benefits of exercise and a healthy lifestyle are promoted to our members, and patients by a diverse range of healthcare and wellbeing professionals, working together – from our gyms, to our clinics, and our hospitals. This is what set us apart.
Joining us here, you’ll have the chance to explore new practices and treatments, and new ways to help us drive business success. And, with our continued investment in state-of-the art facilities – and people – you’ll have every opportunity to enhance your expertise.”
We are able to offer coaching & cricket development placements in Hull and East Yorkshire to fit the skills, knowledge and experience of students; each role will be overseen by a Cricket Development Manager. Fields of work will include:
- All Stars Cricket Activator- Delivery Community based 8 week All Stars Cricket Programme engaging 5-8 year olds into physical activity.
- Primary School Engagement – work with Primary schools to embed cricket within the schools sporting provision through the Chance to Shine Programme.
- Secondary School Engagement- work with Secondary schools to embed cricket within their PE curriculum through the Chance to Shine Programme.
- Community Engagement – support local communities to access cricket, this also includes working with Cricket Clubs.
- Competition – Planning and co-ordination of festivals, leagues and competitions
- Social Media/Marketing- Marketing and promotion of Cricket Board programmes through media outlets
- Adult Participation- Introducing opportunities for adults to play new formats of the game
- Women & Girls Development- Working with schools and clubs to ensure that opportunities are there for women & girls to participate in cricket.