The previous chapter explored some of the characteristics of the conventional undergraduate student today, and practical ways in which to manage their, and your own, expectations. It ended on the importance of self-care. This chapter takes this as its starting point, as it sets out some of the contexts in which you may teach and some of the challenges you might encounter early on in your career. It introduces you to all the other types of students you may work with, and the varying teaching methods you might use. Building on the previous chapter it will discuss the topics you teach outside of your area of ‘expertise’, and how you can learn to teach them with confidence.