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Discover how you can become a qualified TAFE NSW teacher with one of 525 TAFE NSW Teaching Scholarships.
If you have qualifications and experience within your field, you could become a valuable member of the TAFE NSW teaching staff, helping to shape and nurture your industry’s next generation.
And thanks to the NSW Government and the TAFE NSW Teaching Scholarship Program, your student course fees will be completely taken care of.
The benefits of the TAFE NSW TAE Scholarship Program
At TAFE NSW, we’re looking for more teachers in areas where there’s a skills shortage. That’s why we’ve launched the TAFE NSW Training and Assessment (TAE) Scholarship Program.
This NSW Government funded initiative helps people achieve the mandatory teaching qualification with no course fee, while supported by an experienced TAFE NSW teacher.
Becoming a teacher
There are a number of options available for becoming a teacher at TAFE NSW through the TAE Scholarship Program:
1. Start teaching now
Complete a skillset course in four to six weeks of part time study, then you’ll be able to teach on a casual basis under the supervision of an experienced teacher.
During this time, you’ll complete a Certificate IV in Training and Assessment. This takes about 12 months, after which you can teach unsupervised.
2. Plan to teach in the future
You can choose to complete a Certificate IV in Training and Assessment while remaining in your current employment. Then you can move into a teaching arrangement that best suits you.
3. Pathway to teaching
Start working at TAFE NSW in a non-teaching educational role, while studying towards a Certificate IV in Training and Assessment. Once qualified, you can move into a teaching position straight away.
Start your teaching journey with a TAE scholarship
To express your interest and leave your details, click here and a member of our recruitment team will contact you shortly.
TAFE NSW teaching positions are only available for courses that are in-demand, which means not all NSW locations are in need of teaching positions.
Be part of TAFE NSW
TAFE NSW's purpose is to skill the workforce of the future, and with over 450,000 annual enrolments and a proud 130 years of history, we continue to set the benchmark for quality education and training.
We're seeking world-class educators, innovative industry experts and motivated administration staff to join our dynamic organisation. We have full-time, part-time and casual positions available spanning over 130 locations across NSW and online.
Share your passion for your industry and build the skills, qualifications and employability of people in NSW.
Become a TAFE NSW teacher
As a Registered Training Organisation TAFE NSW educators must meet ASQA’s standards.
To apply for a teaching role you must have:
- a nationally recognised qualification in the discipline in which you want to teach
- between three and five years industry experience (depending on the industry)
- a relevant education qualification
- Share your knowledge and skills to develop the future workforce
- Enjoy a career change
- Benefit from a good salary
- Excellent conditions and work/life balance
- Take pride in student achievements and outcomes
- Varied educational career path
Your Day to Day
- Teach students face-to-face in classrooms and online
- Support students 1:1
- Issue, mark and provide feedback on assessments
- Student administration, including marking rolls and recording results
- Maintain relationships with local industry and employers
- Stay current with industry practice
Become an Assessor
- Students need to be assessed to ensure that they have the skills/knowledge needed to be deemed competent for each subject, and ultimately the qualification
- Assessors specialise in assessment. They work with teachers to write, facilitate and mark assessments
- Assessors do not teach
- The qualification needed by Assessors is a subset of the qualification needed by a teacher
Become an Education Support Officer
- Education Support Officers support students by maintaining a close relationship with them
- They provide industry specific and general guidance
- They support teachers by assisting in the classroom with discipline specific support of students
- Education Support Officers do not teach