Overseas-trained teachers offered track to accreditation to teach in NSW schools
In 2021, Sydney Institute for Community Languages Education (SICLE) has 100 places available in the Master of Teaching programs for teachers wanting to upgrade their qualifications so that they can teach in NSW day schools. These programs enable teachers to gain accreditation in NSW as generalist primary teachers or as secondary teachers in all subject areas. In the Master of Teaching Program, teachers get support in study skills; they do teaching practice in local schools; there is a lot of support in classroom management and topics such as using technology.
“Having teachers who know different languages and cultures in our schools is really important for all Australian students in this multicultural society and diverse global environment,” said Professor Ken Cruickshank, who has organised the fast-tracked teacher training programs at Western Sydney University and ACU Strathfield.
For more information or to register go to SICLE's website http://mteach.org.au/