The chart illustrates the number of student living in the Great Britain obtaining teacher training qualifications in 2 periods between 2005/6 and 2006/7, and the percentage of men qualifications. Overall, there are changes showing in this time frame. In any case, while the number of Total teaching qualifications obtained have dominated in whole figures, the gradual increase has revealed by Bed & other degrees.
To begin, the number of females in first category increased dramatically from 23,865 to 24,335, representing the highest proportion in every period. In contrast, the number of males decreased steadily between 8,065 and 7,610.
Finally, 71.4% women qualifiers in 2005/6 for PGCE rose slowly to 72.9% in next year. However, over a quarter men qualifiers fell gradually to 27.1 percent. For the last category, even though its total and girls number jumped sharply with the gap about 500 females, boys and their percentages remained stable in around 1,000 males and fourteen percent, presenting the lowest portion in this research.