Education Job Profiles
Adult education lecturers teach academic and vocational subjects to adults of all ages and academic abilities.
Education administrators help to ensure the efficient and cost-effective running of HE, FE, tertiary and private education institutions through a range of secretarial, administrative, supportive and financial tasks.
Educational psychologists work with, observe and assess the behavioural, social, emotional and educational problems and needs of children and young people below the age of 19 years.
Higher education administrators undertake a wide variety of supportive, administrative, secretarial, financial and human resources tasks within HE institutions.
Careers advisers provide information and guidance about career choice, employment, training and educational opportunities to clients who include current students and postgraduates, recent/unemployed graduates and often alumni.
Special educational needs teachers provide a general education to children who have behavioural, emotional and/or learning difficulties or who are considered to be ‘gifted’.
Primary school teachers provide children between the ages of 5 and 11 with a general education according to National Curriculum guidelines.
Secondary school teachers educate children between the ages of 11 and 18 from a National Curriculum subject area.
TEFL teachers are responsible for teaching spoken and written English to people who are not native English speakers, both within the UK and abroad.