Explore Careers - Job Market Report
This unit group includes instructors who teach applied arts, academic, technical and vocational subjects to students at community colleges, CEGEPs, agricultural colleges, technical and vocational institutes, language schools and other college level schools. This unit group also includes trainers who are employed by private training establishments, companies, community agencies and governments to deliver internal training or development courses. College teachers who are heads of departments are included in this group.
CEGEP teacher, college teacher, commercial art instructor, community college teacher, company trainer, computer training instructor, department chairperson – college, department head – CEGEP, firefighting instructor, language school instructor, teacher – institute of technology, teacher, legal assistant program, training officer – company, vocational institute teacher.
- Teach students using a systematic plan of lectures, demonstrations, discussion groups, laboratory work, shop sessions, seminars, case studies, field assignments and independent or group projects
- Develop curriculum and prepare teaching materials and outlines for courses
- Prepare, administer and mark tests and papers to evaluate students' progress
- Advise students on program curricula and career decisions
- Provide individualized tutorial/remedial instructions
- Supervise independent or group projects, field placements, laboratory work or hands-on training
- Supervise teaching assistants
- May provide consultation services to government, business and other organizations
- May serve on committees concerned with matters such as budgets, curriculum revision, and course and diploma requirements.
These instructors specialize in particular fields or areas of study such as visual arts, dental hygiene, welding, engineering technology, policing, computer software, management and early childhood education.
Outlook & Prospects for College and Other Vocational Instructors in Chaudière-Appalaches Region
The future forecast and current conditions for an occupation can vary based on location or due to changes in the economy, technology, or demand for a product or service.
Local Employment Potential Information
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For the 2012-2014 period, job opportunities in Chaudiere-Appalaches are expected to be fair for this occupation. Because the workforce is aging in this profession, most of opportunities will come from the need to replace staff who retire. According to 2006 census data, employees aged 55 and over represent 22% of the workforce, compared to 15% for the average of all occupations.
Also according to Census data, most teachers at the college level and in vocational schools operating in the educational services sector (75%). They are also found, but in a less significant proportion, in the manufacturing sector (6%) and in the finance and insurance industry (6%).
The growing popularity of technical training with both employers and students will slightly boost the hiring of college and other vocational instructors. The employment outlook is also contingent upon the regions changing demographics. The Chutes-de-la-Chaudière, Desjardins and Beauce-Sartigan MRCs have the strongest concentration of young people in the Chaudière-Appalaches region as opposed to the De L'Amiante and Etchemins MRCs where the number of young people is smaller.
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