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to become a criminology or sociology a level teacher do i have to have experience in a career related for example should i spend a few years as a probation officer or criminologist and then start the process of becoming a teacher ???
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No. Do a degree in something like Sociology, Criminology, Politics or Law etc and then a 1 year postgrad degree in secondary teaching. After that, you can become a teacher.
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to become a criminology or sociology a level teacher do i have to have experience in a career related for example should i spend a few years as a probation officer or criminologist and then start the process of becoming a teacher ???
Industry experience isn't required to be a teacher. However, it can be hard to find a job teaching just A-level, especially with a subject not offered to younger students. I would suggest training in a national curriculum subject, and then looking for jobs that will allow you to teach one of these A-levels once you are qualified.
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