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How to Get PR As an Early Childhood Teacher and a Non-Aussie

Do you wish to work in Australia as an early childhood teacher? If so, this post is for you. Here, we will discuss the procedures that are part of applying for an Australia PR visa as a teacher. 

Skills Assessment for Early Childhood Teachers

To submit an application for an Australian PR visa as an early childhood teacher, you must put yourself through a skills assessment. The Australian Institute for Teaching and School Leadership will be the skills assessment authority for you. As part of this process, the Australian Institute for Teaching and School Leadership will require you to have the following.

Relevant Qualifications

AITSL makes it necessary for the applicant to complete not only four years of at least a bachelor's degree at an eligible university but also an initial teacher education qualification. A four-year Bachelor of Education (BEd) in early childhood education is the most prevalent qualification for the job. The initial teacher education necessitates the applicant to study one year or more in early childhood education, besides completing a placement of 45 days with students from birth to up to 8 years of age.

English Language Requirement

As per AITSL, as an applicant, you must have an IELTS score of at least 7 for the Writing and Reading sections and that of at least 8 for the Listening and Speaking sections. However, AITSL could exempt you from the requirement related to IELTS if you can not only prove that you have a relevant degree at a university situated in Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Ireland, the US or the UK but also meet some other conditions.

If you get a positive result from AITSL and have enough PR points for a relevant visa subclass, you could make an Expression of Interest (EOI). Then, you must await an invitation to become entitled to submit an application for the PR visa.


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