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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.
16-06-2021 09:07 AM
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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!
Sports studies sounds like R&D, Sports Management sounds like strategic planning and PE is lesson planning and execution.
16-06-2021 03:02 AM
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sounds like KPMG?
Em, nope. Tier-2 strategy house... think OW, ATK, S&, LEK, RB etc - one of those.

I can't find any information about part time lecturers in Poly/ITE though. Seems like this forum is also more focused around full-time opportunities.
14-06-2021 12:03 PM
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ITE lecturer - Sports Studies

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!
12-06-2021 08:20 PM
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NTU degree, currently working in a global strategy consulting firm for ~4 years now. Interested to teach part time as a personal development initiative/activity, in addition to spicing up my resume for MBA admission.

Anyone can shed some light on the process? A lot of discussion revolving around full time but not part time lecturers.

Many thanks in advance.

Cheers.
sounds like KPMG?
08-06-2021 03:33 AM
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Part time opps

NTU degree, currently working in a global strategy consulting firm for ~4 years now. Interested to teach part time as a personal development initiative/activity, in addition to spicing up my resume for MBA admission.

Anyone can shed some light on the process? A lot of discussion revolving around full time but not part time lecturers.

Many thanks in advance.

Cheers.
02-06-2021 05:50 AM
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I applied for a position as a Lecturer (Lifeskills) with ITE in mid-March. I just graduated with a Master in Education. Previously, I was a teacher for around 2 years. Will I stand a chance? Thanks!
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