Our mission is to truly understand our candidates and clients in order to help people and schools achieve lasting impact. Our values aim to reflect this promise. Our values underpin our skills, behaviours and way of doing business.
We are leading experts in qualified, professional and skilled recruitment within education.
We have developed a service specifically aimed at supporting all of our candidates when helping them to progress their career within education. Not only do we offer our candidates access to many teaching roles across the UK, we also offer a bespoke training course which will help to ensure that they are equipped with the right knowledge and skills needed to work in a school.
We are a people business so we’re passionate about creating valuable relationships with everyone we work with. We believe the right job within a school can transform a person’s life and the right person can transform a school.
Developing Your Potential Education is a fully accredited NCFE training centre. The NCFE is a nationally recognised awarding body for training courses in the UK. Our NCFE centre number is: 8463650
The course has helped me again a lot of knowledge on the practicality of teaching within a classroom. I have implemented what I have learnt through this course at my voluntary position, and to my great fortune I was successful in securing a paid LSA role in a Secondary school, due to my interview responses. The information shared at my interview was based on what this course had taught me. I’d like to say a special thank you to Nicola for being so concise with her teaching style and making us all feel more involved.
I enjoyed the course because of the interactive element and also how the course was structured. It was clear even before starting the course what the content would be each week and how to submit the assignments. My tutor was knowledgeable and encouraged questions and group discussions which were interesting and enabled the topic in question to be covered in more depth. The presentation slides were clear and concise enabling my tutor to explain each point with further examples. I have been trying for four years to become a teaching assistant (or a similar role) and for the first time I am confident that Developing Your Potential can help based on the course and the prior conversations I have had with a consultant, whereas other agencies have failed to deliver on any level from my experience.
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