After 16 years in the construction industry, a chance encounter led Nikki Davison to a career teaching in FE – and she hasn’t looked back.
A part-time role teaching in further education gave mother-of-four Mehnaz Ibrahim-Khan the flexibility to work around family life – and her industry job
Keen for a new challenge, IT professional Christian Nunez Fuentes took a course at Bedford college … and soon ended up teaching there himself
When work dried up in construction, Matthew Cappell fell into the world of further education teaching – and soon discovered a passion for sharing his skills with the next generation of learners.
Teaching in further education doesn’t just benefit you and your learners, it shapes your entire industry too. From addressing skill shortages to encouraging diversity, further education impacts your industry both now and in the future.
Hear leading industry experts explain why now is the time for you to pass on your professional knowledge and skills.
In this video watch me reconnect with my old college lecturer and teacher Steve!
He taught me when I was studying Plumbing, Heating and Welding and it was great to reconnect to chat about his experience of being a further education teacher and why teaching could be a great way for other construction professionals to share their skills.