Hi, Hope someoone can give me some pointers. I am interested in becoming a part-time/evening FE tutor in Government and Politics. I have little or no teaching experience, however I believe I could make a useful contribution. I currently work as a solicitor, and run my own law practice. I have a law degree and one of my A-levels was in Government and Politics (grade A). My other A-levels were in History, Sociology and Economics. Furthermore, I have in the past been active in politics at a local level, and I am well-read across the relevant disciplines - i.e. history, politics, philosophy, sociology and economics. Should I just submit a CV to the local FE college? How would an applicant like me be viewed? Is it common for people to enter this field without specific teaching qualifications? Would it be better if I take some relevant teaching qualifications first, or does it make little difference? Any insight would be welcome. Thanks, Tom.