King's College London is looking to grow, train and develop a network of committed teachers and social workers through the King's Advocate Award to support the university with its social mobility agenda.
The King's Advocate Award is a one year programme that seeks to provide training and resources to a new network of teachers and social workers to support under-represented learners in their context. The Award is delivered and accredited by the Widening Participation Department at King's College London as an additional training opportunity for teachers and social workers in their current roles.
Teachers based in non-selective state schools across Greater London are invited to apply, as are London-based first and second year participants on the Frontline social work development programme. We also welcome applications from all London-based social workers.
Applications for the 2021/22 programme are now open and will close on October 31st 2021. To apply, please click here.