Studying Education and Training
Flipping a famous saying on its head, a recent campaign in the UK has declared that ‘those who can, teach’. And it’s an idea which warrants serious thought. In an ever-changing society, it is harder than ever to pinpoint a degree which is future-proof. Emerging technologies continue to render older methods obsolete. And this makes it tricky to choose the right degree for you.
However, one career which continues to be relevant is the teaching industry. Education and Training are timeless. Helping to craft future generations is not only a popular course, but one which is widely respected and gives you skills which can be applied to a wide spectrum of roles.
If this sounds like something you’d be interested in, there’s good news. The City College London offers two separate courses related to the field. We have the AET Award in Education and Training, and the DET Diploma in Education and Training (formerly DTTLS).
If you take one of our Education and Training courses, you could open the door to multiple careers. Here are a few of the most popular roles in the field:
|Role||Average Salary*||Upper End Salary*|
|Lecturer / Speaker||£35,960||£48,000|
|School Business Manager||£30,723||£48,000|
|Secondary School Teacher||£31,702||£44,000|
*Statistics according to payscale.com survey