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Hi Folks,

Just wanted to know if some one can help me with below :

I wife just completed her B ed from India in 2012(1 year course) , for getting her qualifications assessed in australia there is a criteria from AITSL (australia assesement agency for teachers) that:

"completion of an initial teacher education qualification of at least one year full-time study (or part-time
equivalent) at the higher education* level that includes a minimum of 45 working days of supervised teaching practice in an early childhood, primary or secondary school classroom setting."

Whereas in India there are only 20 days of supervised practice given in Bachelor of Education. Anyone who has got assessed for 241411 from India can help me with this.

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They are very strict on the requirements and she would need to have completed all of the supervised practice or they won't give a positive assessment. They will say she needs to undertake more study. Nor would she be able to register to teach in any of the states.

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Hi Folks,

Just wanted to know if some one can help me with below :

I wife just completed her B ed from India in 2012(1 year course) , for getting her qualifications assessed in australia there is a criteria from AITSL (australia assesement agency for teachers) that:

"completion of an initial teacher education qualification of at least one year full-time study (or part-time
equivalent) at the higher education* level that includes a minimum of 45 working days of supervised teaching practice in an early childhood, primary or secondary school classroom setting."

Whereas in India there are only 20 days of supervised practice given in Bachelor of Education. Anyone who has got assessed for 241411 from India can help me with this.
Hello varun,
I migrated to Australia as a secondary teacher on 2009. You are right they ask for 45 days of supervised teaching. As far as I remember in one year BEd course in india, the supervised teaching practice takes place twice in that year. So if you go to the institution and tell them about this requirement, they give you a letter stating that you have completed 45 days of TP in all. That's what I did. I hope that makes sense.
Good luck!
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Thanks Guys,

Appreciate the quick help. Jan7 , now that I know that you are a sec teacher, could you also answer another one for me :

1) Does Evaluation for migration assess you or rather grant you a license to practice in a state. I am on 457 and my wife is there with me in NSW. Not sure if assessment would result into grant to practice as a teacher in NSW. Or alternatively does she has to get the licence from NSW government or any other state govt(in case we decide to move to other australian state) ?

As for now I think me trying to increase my score would be a better and cheaper option rather than applying for her evaluation.

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No you need to apply to the state teaching body for registration seperately. Will include more paperwork, IELTS, ceritified qualifications etc. And being approved for migration doesn't mean the state will approve you as their criteria may be slightly different.

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Thanks Guys,

Appreciate the quick help. Jan7 , now that I know that you are a sec teacher, could you also answer another one for me :

1) Does Evaluation for migration assess you or rather grant you a license to practice in a state. I am on 457 and my wife is there with me in NSW. Not sure if assessment would result into grant to practice as a teacher in NSW. Or alternatively does she has to get the licence from NSW government or any other state govt(in case we decide to move to other australian state) ?

As for now I think me trying to increase my score would be a better and cheaper option rather than applying for her evaluation.

Regards

Varun
Hi Varun,
Shel is right. Your wife will need to undergo teacher registration process with state board and in NSW it's a rather complicated process or atleast that's how I found it to be. She will need to take English proficiency test. You will find all the information if you google teacher registration
In NSW/ overseas teachers.
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Hi Varun,
Shel is right. Your wife will need to undergo teacher registration process with state board and in NSW it's a rather complicated process or atleast that's how I found it to be. She will need to take English proficiency test. You will find all the information if you google teacher registration
In NSW/ overseas teachers.
Hi Jan7! Could you please tell me whether a three years bachelor degree (BSc) from India followed by BEd is sufficient as one of the conditions for AILTS secondary teachers assessment. I'm confused because the AITLS website under the Q&A section states-
"Q4: My Bachelor's degree is not related to teaching. Can I still factor this into my assessment?
Yes, provided you have completed a minimum of four years, full time higher education level study of which, one of those years involved completion of an initial teacher education qualification. For example, you may have completed a three year Bachelor of Science degree and a one year Post Graduate Diploma in Education."

So is it four years or three years Degree? Would appreciate your help to clarify.

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You can apply if you have in total 4 years study so long as the BEd meets the requirements in having enough teaching practice.

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Hi Jan7! Could you please tell me whether a three years bachelor degree (BSc) from India followed by BEd is sufficient as one of the conditions for AILTS secondary teachers assessment. I'm confused because the AITLS website under the Q&A section states-
"Q4: My Bachelor's degree is not related to teaching. Can I still factor this into my assessment?
Yes, provided you have completed a minimum of four years, full time higher education level study of which, one of those years involved completion of an initial teacher education qualification. For example, you may have completed a three year Bachelor of Science degree and a one year Post Graduate Diploma in Education."

So is it four years or three years Degree? Would appreciate your help to clarify.

Thanks
Yes, if you have 3 years BSc and 1 year BEd you will be fine. You will also need to obtain a certificate from the college/ uni where you studied your BEd, stating that you have undergone supervised teaching practice.
Hope that helps
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Hello varun,
I migrated to Australia as a secondary teacher on 2009. You are right they ask for 45 days of supervised teaching. As far as I remember in one year BEd course in india, the supervised teaching practice takes place twice in that year. So if you go to the institution and tell them about this requirement, they give you a letter stating that you have completed 45 days of TP in all. That's what I did. I hope that makes sense.
Good luck!
From which university did you pursue your B.Ed course? Do you have any idea whether B.Ed (distance learning) from Annamalai is recognised by them. My wife has done B.Sc(honours) Mathematics - full time from Delhi Univ. and B.Ed (distance learning) from Annamalai and has 2 years of experience post B.Ed. Whether she can apply for assessment?

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