He has got a job, got it through his prac (we are in the country though). We weren't too stressed about him not getting a job straight away because the need for crt workers is pretty high where we live so he would have got plenty of work that way anyway. It was pretty full on but he found the work pretty easy. He is a musician as well so never had that nervousness/lack of confidence when it came to being up in front of a class etc. They do cram a lot in to the year and the extensive weeks at uni were through the school holidays so he didn't really get a break. No regrets though, it was the right thing for us as a family.
Eta: He is currently working at a primary school (5/6 class) but the qualification means he can teach year 3 through to year 10. Because of the majors he did at uni he can also teach to year 11 and 12 but only the majors he did at uni.
Last edited by Happymum2; 02-04-2016 at 10:37.
Hi there, another idea could be to start employment eg medical admin public service admin (they can sometimes have scope for part time), pathology admin etc then once you are in the door and enployed, they will train you and support you thru getting further certificates so you can then move up into different roles. Even tertiary quals. Not sure if that would be something to try?
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