To get into FE you need either QTS or QTLS. QTS is awarded by certain teacher training courses (PGCE, GTP etc) whilst QTLS is "awarded by" the IfL once you have gathered enough evidence of Continuous Professional Development in your workplace (read up on the current IfL/QTLS furore). I'm certain that your current qualification won't be of any use, other than to prove previous classroom experience, educational experience and something to play on at course interview. If I'm wrong I stand prepared to be corrected? Primary is quite literally a world away from secondary/FE. Have a look at your local FE college; they should run on-the-job teacher training courses known as PTTLLS/DTTLLS. Failing that, a PGCE/GTP course would also get you into FE a lot, lot quicker if you meet the pre-requisites. You will also earn Qualified Teacher Status via this route, which is lifelong and on par with QTLS. I hope this helps?