Education, Study UK, Teaching
A career in education, teaching and as a lecturer as opposed to non contact with students provide education careers in many different roles. Education careers with similar titles could have the same responsibilities and education careers form country to country differ significantly. Obtaining a job and thinking about the education careers available for your qualifications will range from no experience to many years classroom teaching and leadership experience, as well as professional qualifications.
Education careers can be split into two distinctive areas, contact such as teaching students and no contact education careers. Classroom teaching, counsellor, sports coach or a school nurse are examples of student contact education careers. Non contact education careers range from a children’s director with a local education authority council to developing academic resources from an office or at home.
Education Careers Positions
Professor, Curriculum leader, Curriculum director, Dean, Bursar
Head of centre, Child services, Finance director, Assessment manager
Head of strategic provision, Head of secondary, Housemaster, Principal, Head teacher, Classroom teacher, Special needs teacher, Advanced Skills Teacher
Education careers range in responsibility, commitment and from junior to senior leadership level. Advancing up the career ladder, professional development and assessment in all roles are prevalent in all education careers. Mostly all education careers positions require an enhanced disclosure check and no criminal record. Education careers can be started from worked based experience, UK college learning and education careers qualifications can be studied through a range of UK university courses for nursery teaching, primary school, secondary or university education careers qualifications.
A growing list of education careers information is below and on this website in other sections.
Written by: Education Tay RCB