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The Department for Education has devloped the Teach in FE website to support its campaign to encourage people with experience of working in one of a range of vocational areas into teaching in the Further Education sector.

The DfE says there is particular demand for FE teachers in construction, engineering and manufacturing, legal, finance, accounting, digital and health and social care, and it has launched the new Teach in FE website to attract and support new recruits.

The Teach in FE campaign will be delivered via Radio, TV, social media and a website.

If you’re just starting to teach in FE, you may also like to find out about a new resource available to support those beginning careers in Further Education teaching and training. See here

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