Prepare and present lectures on financial accounting, marketing principles, and operations management to undergraduate and graduate students. Assess and grade students’ work in class, assignments, and papers.
Subject specialist for Business Studies at KS3 and KS4 levels.
Improvement of Business Studies resources within the division.
Willingness to take part in school activities outside of the classroom.
presenting yourself to the pupils as a positive role model at all times
Teaching high-quality lessons to students of all skills and knowledge levels while adapting your teaching approach to the group’s needs is essential.
As a teacher, there are times when you’ll have to watch your students when they’re participating in activities and projects outside of the classroom.
You can request to work as a paid lunchtime supervisor or bus monitor.
Upholding student safety, behavior management and academic standards set by the school
Ensuring that the student’s progress in this topic is reported in a professional and informative manner, with clear goals in mind. communicating with parents/carers to provide information and guidance.
Monitoring and is responsible for the progress and achievement of students.
Immediately, ensuring adherence to and uniform application of school policies.
Make sure that you are held responsible for your department’s resources and equipment in front of the principal and deputy head.
An interview for registration is required and you must be ready to go.
Teaching Business Studies at the A-level, including BTEC and CTEC, is a proven track record.
A commitment to a long-term contract.
Have a DBS existing on the Update Service or be willing to fill out a new DBS application to qualify for QTS.
a bachelor’s degree in economics or business administration.
Those who have just graduated from college or university can also apply to the teacher training program.
a degree in education, such as a PGCE or a B.Ed.,
Certificates of Proficiency