Education Careers

The importance of teachers in educating today’s youth can’t be overstated. If you’re a born leader and communicator looking for a satisfying career where you can make a difference, then joining the education sector could be a great career move.

Good teachers at every level – in primary, secondary or tertiary education, or industry assessors and coaches – are always in demand. But you’ll need the right skills and qualifications.

For more online, on-campus and short courses in education, visit StudySelect.

Education courses

  • Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages

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    Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages is an online unit offered by Curtin University, equipping students with core TESOL methods and approaches.
  • The Numerate Educator

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    HECS-HELP, FEE-HELP

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    Study The Numerate Educator unit from Curtin University and develop your personal numeracy skills. You’ll learn how to communicate mathematical ideas with words, pictures and symbols, and gain the confidence to teach!
  • Issues in Early Childhood Policy and Pedagogy

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    This online unit from Macquarie University, Issues in Early Childhood Policy and Pedagogy, explores the current challenges faced by those teaching and developing educational policies relating to early childhood years.
  • Certificate IV in Training and Assessment

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    Payment plan, Upfront payment

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    Become a fully qualified trainer or assessor with the online Certificate IV in Training and Assessment.
  • Diploma of School Age Education and Care

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    Learn the skills and strategies needed to create a creative, safe and educational environment for children with this online CHC50213 - Diploma of School Age Education and Care course.

  • Education: The Social and Historical Context

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    HECS-HELP, FEE-HELP

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    This online unit is provided by Macquarie University and explores the socio-cultural history of education in Australia from the 1780s to the present day.

Education news & views

Jobs Australia 2014 report unveils 10 top jobs

The Department of Employment's annual employment report card has been released revealing a soft job market and decline in non-skilled work. Here’s our state-by-state and industry-by-industry roundup, so you can plan for your future.

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Jobs Australia 2014: Where are the jobs in the ACT?

With a large number of public sector jobs set to get the chop, where will the jobs be in the ACT? The Jobs Australia 2014 report from the ABS investigates the opportunities won and lost for the nation’s most highly educated workforce.

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Jobs Australia 2014: Where are the jobs in the Northern Territory?

The Northern Territory may be the smallest labour market, but it has been punching above its weight in terms of growth lately. Find out what’s driving this success with the Jobs Australia 2014 report from the ABS and get on board jobs train.

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Jobs Australia 2014: Where are the jobs in Victoria?

Employment has grown strongly in Victoria over the past five years, but with the decline of manufacturing and non-skilled work, where will the jobs be in future? The Jobs Australia 2014 report from the ABS tells you which industries are on the up.

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