It is estimated that if current trends continue, 33 countries around the world will not have enough teachers to provide quality education to all children by 2030. With this in mind, it is no wonder that people with skills in the Education and Training industry is in-demand globally. Enrolment in schools, universities, professional and technical colleges, employment schemes and e-learning courses also means a steady supply of teachers, trainers, subject-matter experts, tutors and assessors is required. Adult literacy teachers are in-demand to teach people skills such as reading, writing and speaking English. Research has shown that there are currently over 1 billion people learning English worldwide and this will double in five years time. So what are your career options within the Education and Training industry? Technical educators instruct students in various technical and vocational subjects, such as auto repair, hairdressing, healthcare and hospitality. High school teachers teach academic lessons and skills students will need to graduate, so they can proceed to employment and/or further education and training. Instructional coordinators and designers oversee education and training curriculums, develop instructional materials, coordinate its implementation with teachers and trainers and assess its effectiveness. Learning and Development (L&D) professionals train staff in practical applications and processes, saving time and money and increasing the value and productivity of organisations..