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    Hey all. In September, I'll be going into my final year of my undergraduate study, so I have been looking at my options. I'm interested in teaching in further education institutions (such as Colleges), so I'm looking to teach 16-18 year olds or older.

    I just wondered if anyone knew what the next step would be after graduating? I've had a look at studying towards a PGCE but these seem generally geared towards those looking to teach in secondary schools. The subject of my degree is not generally taught at GCSE level.

    Any advice is welcome. Thanks in advance!
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    (Original post by megern31)
    Hey all. In September, I'll be going into my final year of my undergraduate study, so I have been looking at my options. I'm interested in teaching in further education institutions (such as Colleges), so I'm looking to teach 16-18 year olds or older.

    I just wondered if anyone knew what the next step would be after graduating? I've had a look at studying towards a PGCE but these seem generally geared towards those looking to teach in secondary schools. The subject of my degree is not generally taught at GCSE level.

    Any advice is welcome. Thanks in advance!
    You can get PGCE's in Further Education. https://www.google.co.uk/webhp?sourc...er%20education
 
 
 
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