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Post Compulsary PGCE Foundation Learning Tutor in need of help!

Discussion in 'Welcome lounge and forum help' started by lisaswift85, Jun 6, 2011.

  1. <font size="3">Hi</font><font size="3">I've been teaching over three years in Foundation Learning, or as it was previously know; Entry to Employment. I qualified with a Post Compulsory PGCE. I've got excellent references from teaching observations and management as well as real success stories from learners who have been repeatedly failed BY compulsory education. I get a very poor wage, teach those your average secondary school teacher can't. </font><font size="3">I want to get out of Foundation Learning as it is badly paid, not secure, and I think if I worked in compulsory education I could really make a difference! Maybe inclusion, SEN, etc? I'm just really struggling to find my foot in any school doors even though I'm doing my QTLS (which is supposed to be as same as QTS.) </font><font size="3">So frustrated with not being able to make a difference and be rewarded for my expertise!!</font><font size="3">Any help would be fully appreciated, CPD, jobs, just sympathy. HELP! </font><font size="3">Thanks guys!</font>
     
  2. <font size="3">Hi</font><font size="3">I've been teaching over three years in Foundation Learning, or as it was previously know; Entry to Employment. I qualified with a Post Compulsory PGCE. I've got excellent references from teaching observations and management as well as real success stories from learners who have been repeatedly failed BY compulsory education. I get a very poor wage, teach those your average secondary school teacher can't. </font><font size="3">I want to get out of Foundation Learning as it is badly paid, not secure, and I think if I worked in compulsory education I could really make a difference! Maybe inclusion, SEN, etc? I'm just really struggling to find my foot in any school doors even though I'm doing my QTLS (which is supposed to be as same as QTS.) </font><font size="3">So frustrated with not being able to make a difference and be rewarded for my expertise!!</font><font size="3">Any help would be fully appreciated, CPD, jobs, just sympathy. HELP! </font><font size="3">Thanks guys!</font>
     
  3. Hi Lisa

    You may find it useful to post this in the Career clinic forum<font size="2" face="Arial"> where Professor John Howson is on hand with expert advice. Alternatively, you could post in some of the other </font>career forums.

    Best wishes,
    Bev
     

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