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Inherent requirements for Secondary Education courses

These inherent requirements apply to the Bachelor of Education Secondary and Master of Teaching Secondary.

Why are inherent requirements essential for studying this course?

The Education courses at Curtin University are professionally accredited and graduating students will need to meet the requirements of the professional body to register to work in this profession. Students should be familiar with the requirements set out by the following accrediting bodies and Standards which may impact their progression throughout their studies and in entering the profession:

Teacher Registration Board of Western Australia

The Teacher Registration Board of Western Australia (TRBWA) is the body responsible for the registration of teachers in Western Australia and registers all teachers, from early childhood to Year 12, who teach in a Western Australian educational venue.

Australian Institute for Teaching and School Leadership

The Australian Institute for Teaching and School Leadership (AITSL) provides the framework for what a teacher should know, understand and do to succeed as a school leader.

Australian Professional Standards for Teachers

The NSW Education Standards Authority works with the NSW community to drive improvements in student achievement.

Inherent Requirements
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