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Always wanted to work with children, and make a difference in their lives? Become a qualified Teacher’s Aide or Teacher Assistant by studying Australia’s latest teacher’s aide course online – and embark on a rewarding career.
Inspire’s leading education support course is the Certificate III in Education Support, a nationally recognised qualification for individuals seeking jobs that support students and teachers in a wide range of education settings, and schools.
Possible workplaces include both public and independent schools, community centres, preschools, and other learning institutions.
Become a qualified teacher’s aide by studying our nationally-recognised Certificate III Teacher’s Aide course.
You’ll learn the new skills and knowledge you need to gain employment as a teacher assistant in an educational environment to support student learning, in both public and private schools.
Develop new skills, such as how to support children, and help young people develop language, literacy, and numeracy skills. You’ll also learn how to promote a safe learning environment, and work with a diverse range of teachers and support students.
Study your teacher’s aide course online, and gain a nationally recognised qualification – so you can support teachers, empower children, and help create positive learning experiences in schools and a classroom environment.
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The Certificate III in Education Support (CHC30213) is ideal if you want to work as a Teacher Aide in an education setting, and support children to learn and develop in a classroom environment.
Frequently Asked Questions
What types of jobs can people completing a teacher's aide course normally pursue?
Holding a qualification in teacher’s aide is the minimum standard to gain employment in many types of education settings in Australia.
Common jobs that people who successfully complete teacher’s aide qualifications are:
- Teacher Aide
- Teacher Assistant
- Educational Support Assistant
- Integration Aide
- Home Tutors
- Learning Support Officer
- Education Support Worker
Jobs in the education sector, where you help and support children, young people, and student education each day can be a highly rewarding career.
What main skills will I learn when I complete a course in education support?
Our education support course will teach you critical skills and knowledge needed by a teacher’s aide, teacher assistant, or educational assistant in a range of educational facilities, to assist teachers in the classroom and help ensure all children have the help they need.
You will also learn to work effectively with students, colleagues, and a diverse range of people, including promoting their safety, and the safety of indigenous Australians.
How long will it take me to complete a teacher's aide qualification?
Our Certificate III level Teacher’s Aide online course has an expected study time of up to 940 hours (including Vocational Placement), depending on your industry experience.
Studying online, students can work at their own pace through self-directed learning, and complete the course much sooner if they wish to.
What evidence can I submit if I want to apply for Recognition of Prior Learning for a course in education support?
If you wish to apply RPL for a qualification in teacher’s aide, examples of some acceptable evidence are the following:
- Course transcripts, statement of attainment, and certificates
- References and documentation of your previous work responsibilities
- Work samples
To apply, simply indicate on your enrolment form that you wish to receive RPL. An RPL Assessor will contact you to check your eligibility for each unit and explain what you need to submit. The amount of RPL you receive will depend on the evidence you provide and any remaining assessment can be completed through gap training.
Is vocational placement required, and where should I get a placement?
Yes, work placement is required to complete your teacher aide qualification to give you hands-on experience supporting students, classroom programs, and their learning experience in a school setting.
You must complete a vocational placement in an approved educational or school environment and support children from ages 5 to 18 years, in order to gain the Certificate III in Education Support. Examples of education settings to complete your practical placement are:
- Public and Private schools (pre-primary, primary, and secondary)
- Education Centres
- Special Education Centres
- Community Educational Centres
You need to complete a minimum of 100 hours up to a maximum of 240 hours to fulfil the work placement requirement and complete your study.
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