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ACTIVATE LEARNING - OXFORD
Job role: You will be an inspiring leader, responsible for developing teachers and assessors to improve team performance, with a corresponding improvement in the student experience and outcomes. Embedding and creating a vision for your team you will work with ...JOBSWORTH: £29,020 P.A.?
TRURO AND PENWITH COLLEGE - TRURO
Are you an expert in IT? Are you a qualified teacher or looking to become one? If yes, then we're looking for you… We are one of the highest performing colleges nationally on all courses at all levels, rated Ofsted 'Outstanding' and a TEF Gold provider. The ...JOBSWORTH: £27,872 P.A.?
TRURO AND PENWITH COLLEGE - TRURO
Are you an expert in Bricklaying? Are you a qualified teacher or looking to become one? If yes, then we're looking for you… We are one of the highest performing colleges nationally on all courses at all levels, rated Ofsted 'Outstanding' and a TEF Gold ...JOBSWORTH: £27,728 P.A.?
EKC GROUP - BROADSTAIRS
Ashford College is looking for a new Plumbing Lecturer to join the EKC Group. The successful candidate will be able to teach at Levels 2 and 3 and have at least 2 years teaching experience. If you have experience of working in this field along with a passion ...JOBSWORTH: £31,791 P.A.?
BEDFORD COLLEGE GROUP - BEDFORD
Curriculum Director: Engineering Do you have what it takes to shape the future of engineering through education? About Us The Bedford College Group’s mission is to support the local and national economy through the promotion, development and delivery of ...JOBSWORTH: £32,741 P.A.?
Are you looking to make a difference? Are you looking for an exciting opportunity to help others to improve their lives, the lives of their families and to make a positive contribution to their local community? Then prison education is for you. We are ...JOBSWORTH: £20,149 P.A.?
LEEDS CITY COLLEGE - LEEDS
Leeds City College is part of the Luminate Education Group, and one of the UK's largest FE establishments with around 1440 employees and over 22,560 students. We offer a curriculum as diverse as our students within a vibrant and multicultural learning ...JOBSWORTH: £24,300 P.A.?
Come and join our Teacher Bank Are you looking to make a difference? Are you looking for an exciting opportunity to help others to improve their lives, the lives of their families and to make a positive contribution to their local community? Then prison ...JOBSWORTH: £22,376 P.A.?
ACTIVATE LEARNING - FARNHAM
We are looking to recruit an outstanding, inspirational and student-focused Humanities teacher to deliver high quality learning and teaching on our History and Sociology A-Level programmes. In this role, you will use a range of learning and teaching strategies...JOBSWORTH: £24,933 P.A.?
CORNWALL COLLEGE GROUP - CAMBORNE
Health and Social Care Lecturer Camborne College, CC34-CC36, £24,771- £25,741 (pro-rata, based on experience) Closing Date: Sunday 14th June 2020, Hours per week: 22.5 Weeks per year: 52 (Fixed term maternity cover until the 5 February 2021) Based at Camborne ...JOBSWORTH: £26,142 P.A.?
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So you fancy being a teacher? It can be seriously hard work, but teaching is one of the most important and rewarding occupations to become a part of. Teaching takes a number of different forms from pre-school education to primary and secondary schooling through to college, university and other higher qualifications. Each of these different roles requires different qualifications and although the job varies the basic skills required and job description remains the same. Primary school teachers will have a basic grounding in a large variety of subjects, while secondary and higher education teachers tend to specialise.
Pre-school education is quite different as it involves getting much younger children ready to go to school with some of the basic skills to help them in early education. Teachers tend to work long hours after classes have finished to prepare lessons, mark work and organise activities and the pay is often criticised, but along with the vocational benefits there is also the advantage of long holidays outside of term time. This is not a career choice that should be taken lightly and will require high levels of self motivation and bags of patience!
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