Across Australia, the demand for bachelor qualified early childhood teachers (ECTs) is growing. Over the next five years, an additional 29,000 ECTs
Across Australia, the demand for bachelor qualified early childhood teachers (ECTs) is growing. Over the next five years, an additional 29,000 ECTs will be needed to meet the increased demand.
This demand is being driven by governments and families who are recognising the importance of professional early childhood teachers. We are seeing a swell of support for more roles, in more communities all across Australia.
For students, there has never been a better time to pursue a degree in early childhood teaching. Not only is early childhood teaching a rewarding career where you can make an impact, but it also opens up a range of opportunities in roles such as teaching, managing a small business, developing government policy and everything in between.
Join Future Tracks for a webinar on the Future of Early Childhood Education.
The webinar will explore early childhood teaching as a career pathway, shedding light on the opportunities available to students while studying at university and beyond.
We’ll also discuss the unique benefits and advantages offered by Future Tracks designed to supercharge their early childhood teaching careers, including:
Paid work while you complete your degree
Access to an experienced early childhood mentor
In a time of uncertainty, early childhood teaching is a future proof career path for students who want a job with flexibility, creativity a chance to make a real impact by shaping the next generation of thinkers and leaders.
Future Tracks is a new social enterprise designed to attract and support the next generation of early childhood teachers. Our innovative program brings together university experts, experienced leaders in the early childhood sector, and students studying undergraduate degrees in early childhood teaching.
Victoria, New South Wales, Tasmania, Queensland, ACT – 11:00
South Australia, Northern Territory – 10:30
Western Australia – 09:00
This is a FREE webinar as part of the National Careers Week Webinar Series presented by the Career Industry C0uncil of Australia
Click here to register
(Friday) 11:00 am - 11:30 am AEST
Career Industry Council of Australiainfo@cica.org.au
Open event (Public)
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