What do you need to register with anzuk? Check out the full list of qualifications and clearance requirements here.
We pride ourselves on placing talented teachers in education settings. To become an anzuk teacher, you'll need a higher education qualification, including an approved teacher education degree.
Teaching Assistants and Support Staff
Our teaching assistants are passionate, dedicated and enthusiastic. To become an anzuk teaching assistant or support staff, you'll need passion, the appropriate skills and experience working with children. Formal qualifications aren’t necessarily required but are advantageous if applicable.
Requirements as follows:
Please note, If you're an educator looking to work overseas, you'll need to undergo Overseas Police Checks.
We will require an up-to-date version of your CV. Please review our CV Tips
before submitting your CV to us. If you are applying for a contract or permanent role, we can provide a CV template specific to anzuk.
Please include two work references for us to contact, who can verify your experience and ability.
Ready to get started?
If you meet the above requirements, you are eligible to register for supply
with anzuk or apply for current vacancies.
If you have further enquiries about your eligibility, please view the specific requirements in each job description, or Contact Us.
Pay and Conditions
We know now how important your job is in education, and believe you should be paid fairly for the work you do.
Our payment process varies according to the type of contract you are on, and we offer attractive pay rates by industry standard. Comprehensive information will be provided at the time of registration. In some instances, anzuk will be your direct employer and in others we act as a referral service. If you are paid by anzuk, this is processed weekly in arrears.
During your registration interview we will ensure all requirements are covered to facilitate hassle-free payment so you can focus on doing a great job!
Working in education opens up a wealth of new experiences. Of course, with every new experience there are challenges.
That's why anzuk has provided some handy resources and links to help make the next step in your career journey as simple and rewarding as possible.
The Teaching and Learning Academy
is an innovative way of helping teachers and those working in support roles in schools/other educational settings to improve their practice and gain professional recognition for doing so. It is also the UK provider of Continuing Professional Development (CPD).
The UK National Curriculum
framework provides all teachers with the resources and guidance they require to plan and assess student knowledge across the country. The big benefit to having a National Curriculum is that no matter what school you teach in the core fundamental learning methodologists will be similar and schemes of work should be in place ready for use.
The Department for Education (DfE)
is continually changing and updating regulatory policy in the UK. Their website is an excellent source of information and a fantastic point of reference should you wish to gain a great understanding on the "big picture" of Education in the UK.
Qualified Teacher Status (QTS)
will be albeit a set of letters for teacher arriving in the UK who have completed their teacher training in a non European Economic Area (EEA). QTS actually is the accreditation all teachers are required to gain should they want to teach in grant maintained schools. For Overseas Trained Teachers (OTT's) QTS will be an accreditation you will need apply for and get only if you are planning to stay for longer than 4 years in the UK.
Term dates in the UK vary from borough to borough and school to school. The best way to get an accurate account on specific term dates in a certain area is by visiting the Direct Gov
website. Here you can search for specific term dates depending on the location you are interested in teaching in.