I have a degree in sport development with coaching through which I have gained a vast amount of coaching experience, I currently work as a cover supervisor and hopefully I will be going to work in one school in the PE department till next September to familiarise myself with the role of a teacher. I have a pretty good understanding of the theoretical aspect of PE while having only a limited knowledge on a number of sports in PE, but the volunteering and cover supervisor experience, however, will help me gain such practical knowledge. With regards to putting across this knowledge, I have a good understanding of learning objectives, success criteria as well as an idea of AFL - BUT NOT IN PRACTICE THEREFORE, I feel that I would not know where to start if I was to undertake the GTP! I have unwavering passion to become a teacher; however, I do not want to get a place, if I do, and feel out of my depth! Do I need a lot more experience?