With both life and study experience OU graduates have potential to make great teachers. It’s no surprise then that 18% of OU students go into jobs and training in Education (Destination of Leavers from Higher Education survey 2016/17). We have five new guides that will take you through the process from first decision to applying for teacher training in England, Wales, Scotland, Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland.
If you have a disability, you’ll find links to resources and organisations who can provide extra support.
Our guides also cover teaching and lecturing in Further and Higher Education, tutoring with the OU, Teaching as a Foreign Language (TEFL) and Special educational needs and disability (SEND) education.
Download your guide now and be #OUCareerConfident about teaching.
In addition to our new guides, these recorded webinars can help you get into teaching:
Our Working with children and young people webinar considers the crucial skills and attributes you need to work with children and young people, and how to evidence them.
Teach First offer a fully-funded, salaried route into teaching in England and Wales with their Leadership Development Programme. Get first-hand advice from Teach First on their recruitment process in our Competency-based interviews webinar. And don’t miss their Introductory presentation event in London on 13 February 2019.
For inspiration about careers in education outside of mainstream teaching see our webinar Education Alternatives with guest speaker from Action Tutoring.
Get #OUcareerconfident by accessing our resources today.