TRANSITION TO EMPLOYMENT CONFERENCE 2015
If you were unable to attend this year’s conference, missed out on some of the sessions or would like a refresher on some of the information you now have access to copies of some our speakers’ presentation slides, session handouts and other resources online. These resources and a copy of our 2015 Teaching Interstate Guide can be accessed by visiting the Careers & Employer Liaison Centre’s FLO Topic (click on the Transition to Employment Conference link). Please note that you will need to input your FAN and password to log in to this topic.
Additional resources may be added to the topic in the near future including the Teacher Registration Board presentation slides.
Don’t forget that you can gain assistance with your applications, resumes, interview preparation and careers advice from our Career Development Consultants here in the Careers & Employer Liaison Centre. Please ensure that you have used and applied the information provided at this conference before making an appointment as this will help you to gain the maximum benefit from your time with our team members. Visit our Careers Advice & Development Services web page for more information.
As co-presenters of the conference with the School of Education we invite you to provide us with some feedback on your experience. The short survey can be accessed online and we look forward to your input to assist us with planning for future conferences.
Your Careers & Employer Liaison Centre Team
PLANNING ON TEACHING IN THE UK?
My name is Kate Liddell and I work for Point to Point Education, P2PE is a Teacher Recruitment company based in Paddington, Brisbane.
We have two UK Head Teachers arriving in Sydney on April the 20th to interview teachers face to face for long term teaching positions starting in Sept 2015..
We then have two more UK Head Teachers arriving on the 12th of October to interview teachers face to face for long term teaching positions starting in Jan 2016.
These schools are based just 45mins outside of London.
This is a really great opportunity for graduates to interview face to face with their potential employer, and to be sorted with a full time teaching contract to go into straight after graduation.
Students can email me directly at firstname.lastname@example.org or call me 0406 578 920 to find out more.
connectDECD INDUCTION EXPO 2015
Do you want to work for the Department for Education and Child Development (DECD)?
Are you currently studying, a recent graduate, or looking to begin or reignite your career?
Are you interested in working with South Australian children, young people, and families - in teaching, social or youth work, allied health, psychology, education support, or the public service?
Don't miss the connectDECD Induction Expo!
When: Monday 13th April 2015
Where: The National Wine Centre of Australia
Corner of Botanic & Hackney Roads, Adelaide
Time: 9:30am - 3:30pm
connectDECD is a free event that showcases DECD to new and prospective employees.
Come along to our expo to:
- Visit a range of exhibition booths promoting services and innovative resources
- Attend a variety of engaging workshops to discover more about our business as a Department
- Learn about recruitment in DECD, with tips and hints to maximise your application
- Network with DECD staff, work units, and external partners to discuss career opportunities and pathways
- Meet our executives: hear them discuss DECD's strategic vision and how your work can support our Department
- Listen to career stories from DECD professionals about how they began their careers and how they've progressed
VOLUNTEER TUTORS NEEDED FOR NOT-FOR-PROFIT ORGANIZATION
Yalari a not-for-profit organization who provides scholarships to Indigenous Australian youth from regional, rural and remote communities throughout Australia to complete their secondary education at high ranking boarding schools. Yalari is looking for tutors for our Grade 7 students starting in these prestigious schools in 2015.
Yalari scholars starting their journey at boarding school require a range of support in their first year and beyond. Volunteer tutoring is a fantastic way to assist these students throughout their education. You would be required to commit to one night per week, usually for one hour during school semesters, at a location on the school premises. We are looking for generalist tutors who may have previous tutoring or teaching experience. You will need to have the ability to fit in with the parameters of the school.
This would be a great opportunity to increase your teaching skills and experience, whilst adding valuable volunteering experience to your resume.
It is NOT a paid position but you will achieve far greater benefits for sparing your time to help others.
Please contact our Volunteer Coordinator Pam Boavida:
Yalari Limited I Head Office – PO Box 1355 Oxenford QLD 4210 I Fax 07 5665 8611
Early Childhood/Arts and Special Education Applicants for 2015: Important Reminder re Evidence of Criminal History Screening
All applicants for the following courses: Bachelor of Education/Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Education (Early Childhood and Special Education)/Bachelor of Disability Studies, Bachelor of Education (Primary R-7 and Special Education)/Bachelor of Disability Studies, Bachelor of Education Middle and Secondary Schooling (Special Education)/Bachelor of Disability Studies, Master of Teaching (Early Childhood), Master of Teaching (Special Education), please read the information below.
All School of Education pre-service teachers must obtain a Child-Related Employment Screening before undertaking their Professional Experience. This is a requirement of the Department for Education and Child Development (DECD), in agreement with the Catholic Education and Independent Schools Boards.
Applicants offered a place in one of the courses listed above must apply for their screening immediately in order to be ready for placement in Semester 1.
The process is managed by the Department for Communities and Social Inclusion (DCSI) Screening Unit. Applications can only be made to the DCSI via Australia Post. Do not apply through the Police Station. More information is provided through the following link http://www.flinders.edu.au/ehl/education/professional-experience/preparation-for-placement/obtain.cfm
Please complete each section of the Child-Related Employment Screening form in full, otherwise your application will be returned and you will experience a delay in obtaining your screening clearance.
On behalf of the Professional Experience Coordinator.
Criminal History Checks
Please visit the School of Education section of the University's Criminal History Check webpage for information about the process of obtaining a Criminal history check.
Attention Teacher Education/Masters/PhD/EdD Students
Scholarships to Attend DECD Practitioner Research Day Regarding Innovative Practices
The Department of Education and Child Development is conducting their Exploring Innovation event:
IMPROVING STUDENT LITERACY THROUGH INNOVATIVE PEDAGOGY, ENGAGEMENT AND USING PROFESSIONAL LEARNING COMMUNITIES: A FOCUS ON PRACTITIONER ACTION RESEARCH AND USING DATA?
DECD and the Flinders Educational Futures Research Institute will provide scholarships to cover the registration fees for the one day event for 10 of our full-time students (Teacher Education/Masters/PhD/EdD).
If you wish to apply for one of these scholarships, please send an application, including your name, Flinders email address, and one paragraph (<200 words) about your perceptions about how the event will contribute to your professional education, to:
Director, Flinders Educational Futures Research Institute?
Student computer rooms in the Education building
Don't forget, rooms EDUC 3.16 (with printing facilities) and EDUC 3.17 have been made available for Education Students to use! Please go to EDUC 4.69 to gain security swipe access on your student card.