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Programme Leader Construction

  • Company: onlyFE
  • Salary: £35000 - £35000 pa
  • Industry Sector: Lecturer, Tutor / Trainer, College Tutor / Lecturer
  • Contract: Permanent
  • Posted: 14/01/2019

HE Programme Leader Construction 18/057 Up to £35,000 per annum, dependent on experience 37 hours per week Permanent The TEC Partnership is a large, innovative, dynamic and financially sound org...

Part Time Hourly Paid Lecturer in Electrical Installation (Commercial)

  • Company: onlyFE
  • Salary: £19.12 - £19.21 phr
  • Industry Sector: Lecturer
  • Contract: Contract
  • Posted: 11/01/2019

Part Time Hourly Paid Lecturer in Electrical Installation (Commercial) £19.21 per hour plus £4.60 per hour holiday pay Temporary until 31 August 2019 Up to 6 hours per week As a part time ho...

Part Time Welding Lecturer

  • Company: onlyFE
  • Salary: £20558 - £34006 pa
  • Industry Sector: Further Education, Lecturer, College Tutor / Lecturer
  • Contract: Permanent
  • Posted: 11/01/2019

Part Time Welding Lecturer Salary: Qualified £23,642 - £34,006 per annum pro rata/ Unqualified £20,558 - £29,618 per annum pro rata Hours of Work: Maximum 3 evenings a week/ 3 hours per evening...

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Lecturers employed within colleges and universities provide invaluable education to students in to help them prepare for their professional lives ahead. 
Lecturers aid learning and provide guidance to students in a dedicated field of study, on a higher level of education. 

Along with their core duty of preparing and presenting lectures on their area of expertise to groups of up to 500 students, lecturers are also expected to undertake seminars and tutorials with smaller groups of students to carry out projects and answer specific questions. Lecturers are responsible for setting exams and coursework, grading students’ work, meeting individually with students and in some cases they need to help senior students in their independent study researches.  Lecturers preparing students for professional exams need to adhere to the course syllabus to ensure that individuals have the best possible chance of passing.
It is also expected that lecturers will conduct research in their subject area to keep abreast.

An elevated level of professionalism is required and Lecturers are required to prepare and research their lessons well so that they can anticipate any possible questions raised by the students. An adept lecturer is one who has finely honed skills in conveying knowledge and motivating pupils, while also making lessons interesting. 

Successful lecturers working at Higher Education institutions in the UK report directly to department heads.
Regardless of the area of study, whether its chemistry, engineering, law or 20th century history, lecturers are expected to have extensive knowledge of their subject, a Postgraduate Certificate in Education and preferably an MA or MBA qualification. 
There are numerous positions open to higher education professionals at establishments throughout the UK, with there being more choice in the bigger cities.  The salary range for such posts will often depend on their years of service and educational qualifications and can be anything between £20,000 and £45,000 per annum.

Most lecturers will hold a doctorate, but those who have a good reputation or have worked for many years in their field may be successful with a master’s degree if they are applying for part-time jobs or a role in a practice-based field.
Lecturer job placements require a relevant degree with a 2:1 minimum classification. Also, it is advised that potential lecturers have work experience in business or industry along with a school teaching qualification. There are some cases where applicants need to have a postgraduate qualification such as PhD, MSc, MPhil, MLitt, and MBA. For instance, lecturers for Higher Education will need a PhD as a minimum requirement.
Those who want to teach vocational subjects must have a Higher National Certificate, Higher National Diploma, professional qualification or an appropriate degree for that area.

In the important and dedicated role of a lecturer, the ability to clearly explain ideas, have a methodical approach and providing a high level of attention to students and their needs whilst keeping up to date on knowledge surrounding their subject area, are key attributes for any successful lecturer.

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