Teachers who wish to apply for relief teaching in Queensland should check the list of Queensland schools.
Queensland is a big place. If you are applying for relief teaching in Queensland, the last thing you need is to apply for an area that you are not prepared to go.
This spreadsheet will list all the schools their geographical location and educational district. It is handy tool to locate specific schools in specific geographical locations.
If you want to do relief teaching in Queensland, I always suggest contacting schools directly. This spreadsheet will show you all the schools in all the geographical areas like Townsville, Mackay even Gladstone.
One you have found the school, add the geographical area to your form, but then either contact the school by mail, email or directly by person
To be eligible to teach in Queensland, applicants must obtain teacher registration with the Queensland College of Teachers.
To inquire about teacher registration, contact:
Queensland College of Teachers
Toowong Qld 4066
Telephone (07) 3377 4777
Applicants in their final year of a preservice teacher education program should apply for registration during the final semester of their preservice teacher education program.
Applications from graduates of Queensland Higher Education Institutes will be finalised once the Queensland College of Teachers has been advised by the Institution that all program requirements have been attained.
Teachers wishing to seek employment as a teacher in a Queensland state school must undertake the department's application for teacher employment process.
The aims to identify an applicant's suitability for employment as a teacher in a Queensland state school. The application process in conjunction with the assessment process assists in ensuring the most suitable applicant is appointed to each vacancy.
The process provides all applicants the opportunity to demonstrate and detail their:
The application for teacher employment process consists of three elements:
Teachers should download the document outlining expectations of graduate teachers.
The application for teacher employment process draws upon the Professional Standards for Queensland Teachers established by the Queensland College of Teachers . The standards describe the abilities, knowledge, understandings and professional values that teachers in Queensland schools must demonstrate.
The Australian Professional Standards for Teachers (APST) comprise:
• Standard 1: Know students and how they learn
• Standard 2: Know the content and how to teach it
• Standard 3: Plan for and implement effective teaching and learning
• Standard 4: Create and maintain supportive and safe learning environments
• Standard 5: Assess, provide feedback and report on student learning
• Standard 6: Engage in professional learning
• Standard 7: Engage professionally with colleagues, parents/carers and the community.
The application for teacher employment process is outlined in detailed in the Guide to Teaching in Queensland State Schools.
Whether you are applying for full time or relief teaching in Queensland, you should be aware that regions have specific processes to follow.
Details can be found at the departmental website.
Relief Teaching in Queensland can often be a great precursor to full time employment.