Physical education (PE) teachers work in secondary schools and colleges, teaching sport and fitness to young people.
Forensic scientists prepare traces of physical evidence for use in courts of law.
Senior care workers provide physical and emotional support to individuals and supervise teams of care assistants.
Primary school teachers look after the educational, social, physical and emotional development of children from ages 5 to 11.
Yoga therapists use yoga to help people with physical issues, emotional issues or specific health problems.
Residential support workers look after the physical and mental wellbeing of children or vulnerable adults in care.
Colour therapists believe it’s possible to use colour to to help physical, mental or emotional problems by balancing energy.
Dance movement psychotherapists use dance and movement to help people deal with emotional, psychological and physical issues.
Nurses give care, advice and support to adults who are sick, injured or have physical disabilities.
Sports scientists use knowledge of how the body works to help people improve their health or sporting ability.
Sports centre managers look after the day-to-day running of leisure and sports centres.
Special educational needs (SEN) teaching assistants support teachers to help children with a wide range of learning, physical or behavioural difficulties.
Portage home visitors provide help at home for pre-school children with learning difficulties, physical disabilities or other special needs.
Occupational therapists help people overcome difficulties caused by physical or mental illness, accidents or ageing.
Social work assistants give advice, guidance and support to help people with their physical, emotional and social needs.
Glaziers install and repair glass in houses, hotels, offices and shops.
Sports coaches teach sports skills to individuals and teams of all sporting abilities.
Gas service technicians install, service and repair gas appliances and heating systems.
Massage therapists manipulate clients' muscles and soft tissues to help them relax, treat sports injuries, and give relief to people with long-term health conditions.
Occupational therapy support workers work with occupational therapists to help sick, injured or old people to be as independent as possible.