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    Default Teaching in NSW / QLD

    Just wondering if there are any parents here who are trained to teach in NSW but are teaching in QLD? We are looking at moving to QLD and I am unsure of how to get work in schools? Is it just a simple matter of registering ?

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    You just need to register with the qld college of teachers. Make sure you get a statement of service before you leave so you are put on the correct pay scale

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    I'm a QLD teacher. If you want to teach in state schools, you need to apply through the department of education. For casual (relief/ supply and contracts), you should also register with TRACER. There is a section on there for current/ future temporary engagements. Depending on what you teach, you may need to do lots of contracts before you get anything permanent. There are a lot of primary teachers without permanent positions.
    HTH

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    Quote Originally Posted by bluemarlin View Post
    You just need to register with the qld college of teachers. Make sure you get a statement of service before you leave so you are put on the correct pay scale
    And this too!

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    Ok thank you I have only been teaching since the start of this term.

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    And I am primary trained


 

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