Prepare for your Nursing Career with Fast-Track Support
05 Apr 22
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Ellisse Vernon | BSc (Hons) Adult Nursing
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Want a rewarding career helping shape future generations? Education has a huge impact on human life; by nature, it is incredibly complex. What is more, is that it is a lifelong process. Humans are never the finished article, so we are constantly learning as the world keeps turning. Therefore, if you are looking for an exciting yet challenging industry, an education studies degree job could be perfect for you. We are living in a world where access to higher education is becoming ever more competitive, with over 2.75 million students enrolled in higher education in 2020/21. Despite this, teachers are in demand, and the Department of Education is facing huge pressure to increase the number of secondary school teachers.
Are you interested in returning or starting to learn about education but lack the entry requirements? This is where our Fast-Track to Higher Education programme comes in. If you’re sitting thinking “what is that?”, it is an 18-week course that gives you a vital foundation for building a better career by giving you the academic and professional skills you need for a career in teaching. Let’s explore some ways in which you can start your journey towards a better career in education.
Do Your Research
When we think of education studies degree jobs, teaching carries a huge amount of scope. However, it is much more than that. You could use an education degree to enhance a career as a child protection officer, criminologist, education welfare officer, careers advisor, and much more. Therefore, it’s vital that you do your research in terms of what you want to do and where you want your degree to take you. Alternatively, if teaching is your passion, you need to determine what teaching route you want to take; the possibilities are huge. For one, as a qualified graduate teacher in the UK, you could be eligible for a starting salary of up to £32,157. Want to discover more about how you can get there? This is where the University of Bolton’s Fast-Track to Higher Education could help. Once you’ve completed our four and a half month-long course, you will be eligible for one of our education degree programmes. You can say goodbye to your worries about not meeting the entry requirements for our degrees, our fast-track programme gives you the foundation you need to start pursuing your chosen career.
Put your development into your own hands
Are you worried that access to higher education is becoming too competitive? If so, you can take charge of your start to your dream career with a fast-track degree programme. Depending on the specific education career path you are planning to take, the length of time it takes to become qualified in your chosen field can be different. A Fast-Track to Higher Education programme can give you the head start you need to gain valuable on-the-job experience while also studying in an academic setting.
Fast-Track to Higher Education at the University of Bolton
Does this sound good? If you’re interested in taking a step towards a better career in education, feel free to give us a call at +44 (0)1204 900 600. Alternatively, you can send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Our team will be happy to chat with you and answer any questions about our Fast-Track to Higher Education programme.
By studying at the University of Bolton, our experienced lecturers will help you build your communication and work-related skills, preparing you for undergraduate study. You will benefit from having first-hand experience two days a week on-campus where we offer a supportive learning environment that our students love. We will give you a great platform to develop the employability skills you need to start your career path to a successful career in education.
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