Category: Axcis contractor resources

Here you’ll find useful information if you are working for Axcis. This includes how to use our timesheet system, hints and tips for getting the best out of your Axcis experience and many other handy resources.

Special Needs Teaching Assistant Job Profile

What does a special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) teaching assistant do? How many hours a week do they work? What do they get paid and what qualifications and experience do you need to find this sort of job? What does a SEND

Exclusive! Huge discount on NAS online autism courses with Axcis

As proud sponsors of the National Autistic Society, Axcis are thrilled to offer a range of NAS online autism training courses to compliment your professional development. Find out more about what courses are on offer, how to sign up and what you’ll

Your first day of work with Axcis – a useful checklist for success

So, you’ve secured your first day of work with Axcis. Here is a checklist to ensure that it goes as smoothly as possible. Follow this guide and you can’t go wrong! Be prepared – things to do before you go

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Working for Axcis: The Benefits

With literally thousands of agencies to choose from, how do you know if Axcis is the right one for you? Find out more about us and how we can help you to find your next temporary or permanent role in

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Refer your friends to Axcis and earn up to £250 in shopping vouchers*

Refer your friends to Axcis, and not only will you be helping them to find work, but you will also earn up to £250 in shopping vouchers* – everyone’s a winner! How does it work? If you have friends who are looking for

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What to do when your supply teaching job ends

One of the most stressful times for a supply teacher or support worker is when a supply teaching job ends. You’ve spent days, weeks, months or even years working with the children in your groups, and it’s time to say good bye.

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6 things to remember when going for a job interview

There are six things that every candidate should know prior to setting foot in an interview: 1 – Dress to impress   To impress a prospective employer you simply must dress in a professional way. The way you look suggests

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Top 10 tips for exam stress support

Exam stress is reported to be the biggest contributor to suicides in the under 20’s. As children are now more intensively tested than ever before, it is of crucial importance to offer support and guidance during exam periods – find out more here.   Recently,

Overseas Police Checks – what you need to know to teach in England and Wales

Are you an overseas trained teacher looking to work in England, or a British teacher who has been abroad? Do you need to know what the requirements for overseas police checks are? If so, then you’ve come to the right

3 FREE Mental Health (SEMH) Support Sheets

Do you need classroom support sheets for SEMH/Mental Health issues? Here you’ll find information about the condition as well as classroom activities to help you on your way.   Our friends at the SSAT have been working on a project