Following on from our recent blog post 8 Careers Beyond the Classroom here’s another fantastic career insight blog for Education students. In this blog Kerry Chaplin, Level I Education Student Advocate, details what she learnt at the recent Level I Careers Education event.
For a lot of Education undergraduates teaching can be the logical next step in your career path but what if you know that teaching’s not the right route for you? Our Careers Adviser, Anna Worsley, recently attended an Education Alternatives training event where eight… Continue Reading “8 careers beyond the classroom”
We’re always keen to hear from employers and recruiters who offer jobs to our graduates. In this guest blog Catherine Stockford from Randstad reflects on some of the FAQs from our Teaching and Education Fair. In February I attended the ‘Teaching and Education Fair’… Continue Reading “Randstad’s Quick Guide for Student Teachers”
This weeks blog has been written by Teachers for Asia. Teachers for Asia have helped thousands of people find teaching positions since 2009 in many locations throughout China, South Korea, Singapore, Taiwan, Malaysia, Vietnam, Myanmar and Thailand. Below they have shared their top tips… Continue Reading “How to secure a teaching job overseas”
Starting your own business is tough. It takes a lot of hard work, effort and emotion, but most people understand that the rewards of doing so outweighs the toil of getting there. And that’s a good thing. It’s that spark of recognition that keeps… Continue Reading “5 skills needed to start up your own business”
Making an application for a job can be very daunting, there are normally 2 different ways that employers use to manage their applications. Some ask for a CV and cover letter others have their own application process. The video below explains how you can… Continue Reading “Writing Applications”