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Helping children reach their full potential is a truly rewarding endeavour. Primary school teachers play a critical role in assisting children develop foundation skills, such as literacy, numeracy, and physical and social competencies, that set them up for life.
If you already have an undergraduate degree and are interested in primary education, this graduate-entry course will provide the skills and qualifications you need to teach in primary school or work in associated fields such as curriculum planning, educational research or policy development.
This course provides a professional qualification for graduates seeking accreditation as primary teachers (kindergarten to Year 6).
It can be completed in two years full-time after credit for previous studies is granted.
School-based professional experience units offer comprehensive practical learning.
During the professional experience component, you're supervised and assessed by an experienced classroom teacher who acts as a mentor. This practical experience enables you to develop a long-term relationship with your allocated school community.
Education and training of adults
Educational adviser to government or other agencies
Educational planning and policy
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