If you’ve got real-world experience and a passion for sharing your skills, you could make a great FE teacher.
Further education (FE) is any education for people aged 16 or over who aren’t studying for a degree. It offers a huge range of opportunities, from classroom teaching to workplace apprenticeships.
Teaching in further education is incredibly flexible. You can teach full-time, part-time or even on an ad-hoc basis.
Sharing your skills and inspiring the next generation can be incredibly rewarding. But don’t take our word for it, hear from those who are already doing it.
Whatever your skills, there’s a job in FE to match them. From construction to law, engineering to digital, discover the role that’s right for you.
Phil, Photographer and FE Lecturer of the Year 2020
Amy, Engineering Teacher
Sharon, Health and Social Care Teacher
Christian, IT Teacher
You could be just a few steps away from your next role teaching in further education.
To make it even simpler for you, we’ve shortlisted some job sites to help you get started, and pulled together some tips to help you along the way.
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