Sign up for a webinar

Find out all about training to teach with United Teaching by signing up for one of our upcoming webinars.

Introduction to United Teaching

During this webinar, you'll have the chance to:

  • Find out all about the course from Yassamin Sheel, National SCITT Lead
  • Hear from current trainees and/or NQTs about their experiences
  • Ask any questions you may have about teacher training, qualifications and requirements 
  • Book in a follow-up call to discuss any queries one-to-one

Upcoming dates

  • Monday 25th May, 3-4pm
  • Wednesday 27th May, 6-7pm
  • Wednesday 3rd June, 2-3pm - Northampton only

Subject specialist webinars

Join our national subject advisors to find out more about training to teach specific subjects with United Teaching. You'll find out more about the course, subject knowledge requirements, and have the opportunity to ask questions.

Upcoming dates

  • TBC

Meet the trainee webinar

Chat to members of our current cohort to find out what it's really like to train with United Teaching. You can ask them anything you want about applying to teacher training - they'll understand, they were in the same position last year!

Upcoming dates

  • TBC

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Fill in the form below to register for a webinar. We will be in touch with details of how to join.

Meet our National SCITT Leads


Vicki Cleaves

Vicki leads the United Teaching programme for secondary trainees in the south of England. She is responsible for developing the unique teacher training curriculum which is delivered through our lead school at Paddington Academy.

Vicki is Vice Principal for Initial Teacher Training at Paddington Academy.




yassamin-sheel-300Yassamin Sheel

Yassamin leads United Teaching across our schools in northern and central England. Since qualifying as a teacher she has worked in Lincolnshire, Hertfordshire, Westminster and Manchester. She has served on four senior leadership teams, and has taught in three United Learning schools, where she has had the pleasure of working with some great practitioners who are in education for the right reasons. Yassamin is incredibly passionate about improving the life chances of young people and their families, which is why she has such a strong interest in initial teacher training.