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In the Certificate IV of Education Support you’ll learn how to work alongside a teacher to guide and facilitate learning in a range of educational settings.
The Certificate II in General Education for Adults focuses on improving students' skills in reading, writing, mathematics, oral communication and computers.
The Certificate I in General Education for Adults (Introductory) focuses on improving skills in reading, writing, mathematics, oral communication and computers.
The course is suitable for adult learners with disrupted, limited or no formal education and who need to improve their language, literacy, numeracy or computer skills.
The Certificate III in General Education for Adults focuses on improving skills in reading, writing, mathematics, oral communication and computers.
Find out about studying a Bachelor of Education (Primary) at Swinburne University of Technology.
The Certificate I in Transition Education teaches those with mild intellectual disabilities the skills they need to find their feet in the community after leaving school.
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This course will give you the operational knowledge required to be employed within the education sector as a Teacher Aide.
Find out about studying a Bachelor of Science (Honours) at Swinburne University of Technology.
Find out about studying a Bachelor of Education at Swinburne University of Technology.
The Bachelor of Education (Primary) provides you with the qualifications to teach in primary schools from foundation year to Year 6.
This course develops an understanding of education, equipping students to become teachers who utilise the latest technology and teaching techniques to engage children across a range of subject disciplines.
The Bachelor of Education provides the opportunity to gain an understanding of teaching and learning in an Australian context.
The Bachelor of Education (Health and Physical Education) will prepare you to be a health and physical education teacher in secondary schools.
Help shape the minds of the future by becoming a primary teacher.
Deakin’s Bachelor of Science (Honours) provides you with exposure to a range of possible career paths and a deep understanding of your chosen discipline through research exploration in either life and environmental sciences, chemistry or mathematics.
In this course you will advance your music skills, engage with the historical, creative, technical and cultural aspects of music, broaden your perspectives on music in the world, and lay the foundations for a highly rewarding career sharing all of this with children and young people as they in turn engage with music.
Arts at Monash provides a comprehensive gateway to a wide range of fascinating areas of study across the arts, humanities and social sciences.
The Bachelor of Teaching/Bachelor of Arts (Visual Arts) is a double degree for students who want to teach visual arts in secondary schools, such as high schools, and build their skills in visual media.
The Bachelor of Sport and Outdoor Education degree has core studies that provide an extensive knowledge and skills base in human health, wellness and performance, with a specific focus on the role of sport, exercise and outdoor education.
The Bachelor of Teaching/Bachelor of Arts (Mathematics) is a double degree in Education and the Arts for students who want to teach Mathematics in secondary schools (in any government, non-government or independent school).