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How To Get Into Teaching

teacher apprenticeships

If you think you’ve got what it takes to inspire young minds through teaching, read on. How to get into teaching To teach in maintained schools in England you need to achieve qualified teacher status (QTS) through an Initial Teacher Education (ITE) course. You can choose to study full time or part time, through a school-led or university-led route. The ... Read More »

Counselling As A Career

counselling as a career

As a pupil, you have probably heard of counsellors – those in and outside of school. But have you thought about counselling as a career? Counsellors work in lots of places and support people who are dealing with different issues. School counsellors help young people in education by building a strong, trusting relationship and encouraging them to explore their feelings, ... Read More »

Women In Engineering Day 2017

James Dyson Award

Helen Marston, engineer at specialist resistor manufacturer, Cressall, discusses the role of women in engineering throughout history. International Women in Engineering day takes place each year on June 23. The day focuses on the achievements and inspiring careers accomplished by women in engineering and technical roles. Supported across the industry by movements such as the Institution of Engineering and Technology’s ... Read More »

Most Viewed Occupations

The June issue of Moving On is all about public sector job roles.  We thought it would be interesting to take a look at the most viewed occupations to see how many young people are actually trying to find out about the kind of jobs that we are talking about in this issue. This is what we found   If ... Read More »

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