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I completed a BA degree and then was employed as a pre school teacher for over theee years, then i received my PGCE and this is my third year of teaching. I want to apply for the 189 visa as an ECD teacher but I am wondering how many points I will get for work experience? Does my post BA experience count towards ECD work or would they only credit my Post PGCE experience? Thanks in advance for all of your help
Hi everyone 1) We are relocating to Brisbane in January 2019, I also want to find out what you need to do in terms of my UNISA PGCE degree, do you need to get any paperwork from UNISA to be recognised in Australia? 2) Another question is moving our 2 Scottish terriers, how did you get your pets from Melbourne to Brisbane? Thanks! Karin
Hi all, Hoping someone could clarify something for me. Early Childhood Educator is on the SOL. According to AITSL website to qualify as an ECE you must be qualified to teach ages 0 - 8. I have my PGCE in Foundation Phase, which qualifies me to teach ages 6 - 9. Would this be considered sufficient to be positively assessed for an Early childhood teacher? Thanks in advance!
AlBrough posted a topic in Discussion specifically on applying for visasHi All, Some information for teachers doing their skills assessment through AITSL. For some reason you need a SACE Certificate with your AITSL application. Courier or hand deliver your documents to them; emailing them if futile, faxing them is pointless and registered mail is not a deemed a priority... It took us 150 days, start to finish to get my wife's certificate. If you have done a B(Edu) you should get a letter stating your practical work in your Graduation Pack. For those who have done a PGCE you will only be able to get a one line transcript page from your local office that says you ha