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Further Education Jobs Overview Throughout the education sector, Further education jobs (FE) cover a range of ...

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Further Education Jobs Overview

Throughout the education sector, Further education jobs (FE) cover a range of careers. The FE sector includes jobs such as apprenticeships, adult learning and post 16 education. A job in this sector could mean working as a teacher, lecturer or getting an assessor job. FE jobs tend to be varied, demanding and extremely rewarding. Every day tends to be very different and you may find yourself taking on a number of roles, from teaching and lecturing, facilitating group work or mentoring a student through a difficult experience. Such jobs are especially well-suited for people who enjoy helping people from different ages and backgrounds to meet their true potential.

Further Education Jobs Education Requirements

A large number of people working in the FE job sector come from other sectors, having gained 'on the job' experience in their respective fields. Most people who wish to enter the education industry will then re-train to teach within the sector, passing on their specialist skills and knowledge.

Anyone wishing to teach in the FE jobs sector will need to have a minimum of a level 3 qualification in the subject they wish to specialise in. A level 3 qualification could be A levels, Advanced Certificates of Education or BTECs for example. For people working within a publicly funded course you will need a teaching or assessment qualification.

Further Education Jobs Market

There are a number of vacancies within the FE jobs field, and the sector is expected to grow significantly over the next few years according to the UK government's National Careers Service website.

Further Education Jobs Salary Information

Recent statistics from the trade union UCU show that an unqualified teacher can expect to earn between £18,000 and £20,000, where as a qualified teacher can expect to earn up to £39,000. An assessor can expect to earn between £15,000 and £18,000.

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