Supplywell to host free event for schools

SupplyWell is a digital recruitment platform working to redefine supply teaching using a unique app. Working as an ethical alternative to supply agencies, SupplyWell gives better pay and flexibility for supply teachers and lowers costs with easier access to talented teachers for schools. Founded by teachers for teachers – SupplyWell wants to build a fairer future for teachers, schools and students.

The company are hosting a free CPD event on 15 December at the Cotton Exchange Building, Bixteth Street L3 9LQ from 12pm – 3pm.

The event will be hosted by SupplyWell’s education development lead, Dylan Williams and will be of interest to all cover managers and anyone who has covering responsibility in.

Dylan Williams has worked for 33 years as a teacher across secondary schools in Inner City Liverpool. He began working as a PE teacher in 1988 and became head of physical education in 1997.

In 2004 Dylan was appointed to senior leadership with responsibility for pastoral standards and student wellbeing. Now working as a school and teacher partner for SupplyWell, he endeavours to pass on his years of experience and knowledge to educators and schools.

Dylan has experience on both sides of cover, as someone who needed to get supply teachers into school and now as someone who supplies that need.

Sophia Riley, communications and marketing executive at Supplywell said: “This session is bespoke to cover managers and those responsible for supply provision in their schools. You don’t need to have used SupplyWell services to learn with us!”

Amongst the topics covered, the event will include:

• Daily management of cover

• Generating absence data/reports

• How best to utilise supply agencies

• What information is needed by the agency prior to booking

• What information is needed by the supply teacher on arrival

• How to make your life a lot easier

• Cover Supervisors and TA’s

There are a limited number of tickets available.

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