If you want to inspire the next generation, help someone else achieve their dreams, and change the lives of others, then look no further than a career in teacher education. Skilled teachers are always in high demand, with over 6,000 job openings in Greater Manchester every single year.
Depending on your preferences and passions, you could choose to teach young children at nursery or primary school, or focus on specific subjects at secondary school or university. Perhaps you want to be a teacher at a college like ours, or support others as a classroom assistant? Whichever path you choose, you’ll have a rewarding career in front of you.
Top Career Opportunities
|Top Job (By Salary)||Number of Jobs in 2016||Number of Job in 2020||Average Salary|
|Senior professionals of educational establishments||9,225||9,205||£71,094|
|Higher education teaching professionals||12,012||11,946||£50,544|
|Special needs education teaching professionals||7,734||7,714||£48,776|
|Secondary education teaching professionals||36,601||36,304||£48,048|
|Primary and nursery education teaching professionals||46,010||46,243||£46,446|
|Education advisers and school inspectors||2,619||2,634||£37,294|
|Further education teaching professionals||11,358||11,062||£36,317|
|Teaching and other educational professonals||12,263||12,310||£30,077|
|Vocational and industrial trainers and instructors||14,653||14,742||£25,750|
|Careers advisers and vocational guidance specialists||3,020||3,024||£22,360|
|Educational support assistants||12,826||12,879||£18,283|
There are predicted to be 192 new jobs with an estimated 6,420 annual openings.
The current average wage for teacher education related occupations is £37,806 per year.