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Moving into Further Education Teaching

Discussion in 'Further Education' started by ic21, Nov 21, 2019.

  1. ic21

    ic21 New commenter

    Hello folks!

    I've been teaching for eight years in a school. I have taught both secondary and primary as a supply teacher during this time.

    I have a BA (Hons). 2.i in a humanities based subject and a PGCE.

    I'm looking to move into FE teaching from school teaching.

    I have a little bit of experience of FE teaching through community based teaching. (Level 1 humanities short-courses to adult learners through a local college).

    What would be the best way in becoming a full-time FE teacher?

    There are not many Humanities teaching jobs in FE, so should I consider a 'new' subject. Im really interested in media and business based subjects. I have some experience in the media industry too. Would I need a higher degree in this 'new' subject?

    Really hope that some FE teachers can help me out with some good advice.

    Thanks all !

    Ian
     
  2. Stiltskin

    Stiltskin Star commenter

    @ic21 I would just apply for jobs you see advertised. If you can teach and show you know enough about the subject then there shouldn't be a problem. Around where I am, colleges often struggle to recruit. I guess you are aware of the differences around pay and holiday to schools though?
     

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