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26-08-2022 07:14 PM
Unregistered Local uni with 6 years relevant exp here, used to be from ite.
Managed to clear the interview and went campus visit.
Just submitted background checks.

I must say the facilities these days changed a lot.
Although students still need to dress up sch uniform.

Are there any things i should look out for in terms of student management?
I was told by section head the programme i applied for has less rowdy students lol
But still need to constantly upgrade myself if i come onboard.
18-03-2022 04:43 PM
Unregistered Usually i see the lecturers are ITE are those old ones. Rarely see any younger. The tough part is the kids. Many of them skip class and dont study, so your overall class result will be low.
18-03-2022 01:24 PM
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You can degrade your own life but please do not degrade others.

In my view, salary is OK only. Lecturers have mixed of good and lousy ones. Similarly, this applies to students as well. So, if you have real intention to provide guidance to these young adults. It is good… just make sure you willing to accept both positive & negative side of it.
yes if you want to earn a high salary pls continue to work in the industry and when u decide that u want to inpart your knowledge and experience then turn to lecturing
18-03-2022 05:34 AM
Unregistered You can degrade your own life but please do not degrade others.

In my view, salary is OK only. Lecturers have mixed of good and lousy ones. Similarly, this applies to students as well. So, if you have real intention to provide guidance to these young adults. It is good… just make sure you willing to accept both positive & negative side of it.
13-12-2021 12:30 AM
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Why are these lecturers being paid so much to teach the bottom of the barrel? Makes no sense and ROI would be terrible...gov really too much money
Yes. Pay is good. Side Benefits are also good. Managed to up several Xiao lian as well. Always flash their underwear to me during lectures. Ended up doing it in toilets and my car. 1 of them got preg and had to go for an abortion.
11-12-2021 11:59 AM
Unregistered Am an education officer from MOE and have worked with NT kids for nearly 10 over yrs. How are the chances of applying for a lecturing position with ITE? I teach a subject that comprises of life skills.
15-09-2021 01:29 AM
Unregistered if you have no heart for teaching, i dont think you will thrive as you will always be thinking why people out there are earning big bucks and doing lesser
13-09-2021 10:03 PM
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Why are these lecturers being paid so much to teach the bottom of the barrel? Makes no sense and ROI would be terrible...gov really too much money
Unfortunately they are not paid much compared to the peers in other industry. And shouldn't they be paid more for handling such difficult profile??
04-08-2021 03:02 AM
Unregistered Why are these lecturers being paid so much to teach the bottom of the barrel? Makes no sense and ROI would be terrible...gov really too much money
03-08-2021 10:53 PM
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Hi guys. Mid career applicant here. Ive worked in a couple of gyms and keen to be a lecturer in ITE.

Notice on Careerst.Gov that there are positions for Sports Studies, Sports Management and even PE. What is the difference, do they even belong in the same dept?

Also, how is a typical timetable like? Would also like to know if the stereotype (ITE students prefer hands on) is true, or if anyone can shed light on being an ITE lecturer would be great. Thanks!
Suggest you go read up on the courses first. They are different courses under the same dept.
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