Teacher Professional Development

Our NESA-approved professional development courses are held for primary and secondary school teachers with the aim to help educators gain a deeper understanding in key curriculum/subject based areas and broader educational areas.

Careers Teacher PD

Delivered within school, this professional development course explores how Careers Education can fit within a whole school approach.

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Professional development courses

Courses currently on offer

Date: To be arranged with school

Duration: 3 hours

Location: Within school

Cost: Dependent on the amount of participants, as a guide $300 for In2Uni schools or $400 for Non-In2Uni schools.

Detailed description: Over the course of three hours teachers will learn about a variety of career education topics be in order to support a whole school approach to Careers Education. The session will provide an understanding of different approaches to Careers Education and a look at the current World of Work. It will give guidance on how to approach careers conversations with students – what to say and what not to say as a classroom teacher, a form teacher, or just casually in the playground. 

Participants will then engage with other teachers in their KLA to consider how careers can fit into their teaching in this area, and finally what a whole school approach might look like in their school.

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Date: Applications for the September/October program have now closed. We are aiming to run this course again in March/April 2022. To be notified of when this course will be running again, please contact us at in-2-uni@uow.edu.au to be put on our mailing list.

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Duration: 12 hours, self-paced. Over the 4-week period, participants will be able to complete the 12 hours of online content (readings, lectures and tasks) in their own time, at their own pace.

Location: Online


Detailed description: This course will critically examine the needs of a special population of students who are generally under-represented in programs for gifted and talented children.

Teachers will be prepared to meet the needs of this special group of students through analysing and evaluating alternative forms of assessment and developing appropriate strategies for curriculum design and delivery.