Job hunting information
There are regulatory requirements for you to become a VET teacher or practitioner. Employers will look favourably on those that have or are working towards a TAE qualification, and who already have a current qualification and industry experience in the sector they would like to teach in.
Top skills for this industry are: teaching skills, digital communication, learning agility, intellectual autonomy, adaptability, compliance, creativity and problem solving and language, literacy and numeracy skills.
Job prospects are good especially for those that can teach in current skill shortage sectors. People employed in this industry are predominately casual or part time.