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26/08/2016Further education, like all other levels of education in the UK, requires not only teachers but assistants to help with the practical running of the classroom. In FE this extends from classroom assistants to what is known as a technician.
An hot button discussion topic, we discuss why its time to address the gender pay gap and how further education is trying to make changes.
Industry, education and the government have come together to form a new initiative to tackle the shortage of people with skills in science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) qualifications, whilst ensuring a supply of quality STEM teachers to train the UK’s future talent.
Based on what you want from a position, this article will help you find the perfect FE role for your post-finance career pivot.
The innovations of educational technology have opened doors for many more IT and computing jobs within FE. Here are 4 examples.
28/11/2017There are a number of engineering jobs in FE for those looking to take their career in a new direction.
A few industries are suffering the most from the skills shortage, and it comes down to students and teachers, as much as political factors.
24/10/2016STEM is one of the most important sectors in education; with women being newly encouraged to sign up, leading to many real world applications.
We discus how many educators now understand that if used correctly technology can be an incredible incentive for students.
STEM Alliance work with AoC Jobs in an initiative to get more STEM professionals into further education
AoC Jobs talks to Bertin Speaks a Lecturer in Electrical Engineering at Bradford College