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PGCE Post-compulsary... what next?

Discussion in 'Jobseekers' started by kristienc, Jan 16, 2012.

  1. I would like to find a teaching role in FE, but I am trying to keep my options open incase there is nothing available.
    What other roles/jobs could I apply for that my PGCE would put me in good stead with? I would ideally like to stay in a college so that I can keep an eye out for openings etc.
    And what time of year is the best time to apply for teaching roles?
    My housing contract runs out in July, and although I have enough savings to tide me over for a couple of months I would ideally like a job role in place come September so I am not struggling for long.
    Many thanks,
    Kristie.
     
  2. I would like to find a teaching role in FE, but I am trying to keep my options open incase there is nothing available.
    What other roles/jobs could I apply for that my PGCE would put me in good stead with? I would ideally like to stay in a college so that I can keep an eye out for openings etc.
    And what time of year is the best time to apply for teaching roles?
    My housing contract runs out in July, and although I have enough savings to tide me over for a couple of months I would ideally like a job role in place come September so I am not struggling for long.
    Many thanks,
    Kristie.
     
  3. Georgia99

    Georgia99 New commenter

    You could apply for teaching support roles in FE or as an NVQ Assessor (they might train you if you don't hold the Assessor qualification).
    You could also look at private training organisations and apply for tutor type roles with them. I see them advertised on places like jobsite. There are also companies like A4E.
    Not sure what your subject specialism is? That will make a difference on other options for you.
     

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