Hi all. In a nutshell, I am fairly certain I want to do a secondary PGCE, and am pretty sure I want to go down the Citizenship route, however, it has been suggested to me that the English PGCE would 'make more employable'. Opinions? I have an A at English A level, am a journalist by trade andam passionate about literature, but my degree is in Journalism and politics, I also did half a LLB before changing degree courses, and Citizenship is something I'd LOVE to teach. But WWYD, oh wise ones?Seems like slim pickings out there for Citizenship teachers. is this the case? A bit about me: I have been teaching unqualified on and off for a few years (in young offenders institutions as a sessional employability skills tutor, and in an FE college as a media studies visiting lecturer). Long boring career story, but was a journalist and radio producer in my 20s, and then moved into working with young people on social inclusion programmes. Did the PG Dip Careers Guidance / QCG, and have done odds and sods of work as a careers advisor in secondary schools, but am now (finally!) taking the plunge and going to do my PGCE, probably starting in Sept 2012, after years of thinking about it. Other questions: I don't have my maths GCSE - yawn! bet you haven't heard that one before ! Whats the quickest way to get it? Local colleges all seem to be offering one year programmes. No way! Are the distance learning options any crack? All advice, opinions, benefit of years of wisdom etc etc gratefully received. p.s. it is late, I havehad wine, please do not base my suitability for teaching English absed on lazy, drunken grammar/typing etc. I thank you.