I've applied to do a PGCE in French this year and may indeed get something at the last minute, but I'm thinking about what I'm going to do if I have to re-apply next year. While I'd be happy enough to keep doing French and German (which my degree was in), for reasons of employbility and my own intellectual curiosity, I'm considering looking into Spanish. I therefore have a few questions: <ol>[*]If I re-apply next year, how exactly would doing a SKE in Spanish appear to employers/university tutors if I could feasibly teach German, in which I have a good enough knowledge to teach up to KS4, alongside French? [*]If I were to get a PGCE for this year by luck, would it be possible to eventually teach Spanish, even if only to KS3 level, by gaining a strong enough subject knowledge through accredited evening/weekend courses (e.g. Instituto Cervantes courses)? </ol>Thanks in advance for any replies.