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Early Chilhood Teachers in AU

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  • mayz0519mayz0519 Singapore
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    Hello po sa lahat!! Very helpful po Yung mga input nyo. Thank you for taking time and sharing your experiences.

    Btw, I will be taking my IELTS for the 2nd time po this March. Hopefully, makuha na Yung desired band. My first attempt was last December (S-8.5, L-8, R-7, W-6.5). Crossing my fingers this time na maging okay lahat Ng scores ko.

    "Trust in the Lord with all your heart and lean not unto your own understanding. In all your ways acknowledge Him, and He shall direct your paths." Proverbs 3:5&6

  • caienricaienri Sydney
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    @mayz0519 God bless on your second attempt! I also got the desired score on my 2nd attempt. Focus on your weakness. I reviewed talaga the writing part. Thankfully from 6.5 na improve ko to 7.5.
  • mayz0519mayz0519 Singapore
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    @caienri thank you, sis!!! Hopefully talaga masungkit na para mka start na ako sa aitsl ko.

    "Trust in the Lord with all your heart and lean not unto your own understanding. In all your ways acknowledge Him, and He shall direct your paths." Proverbs 3:5&6

  • mayz0519mayz0519 Singapore
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    Hello guys! Update Lang, finally nairaos din ang IELTS on my 2nd attempt. Mag start na ako ng AITSL assessment soon, hintay2 na muna sa ipa pang required docs.

    @caienri hi sis! I read sa kabilang thread na may job ka na pala Jan agad! Ang bilis Lang! Congrats!!! Ask Lang ako Ng guidance regarding sa aitsl. Anu-anong docs yung sinend mo for assessment? Eto Yung checklist ko:
    -diploma
    -tor
    -supervised teaching certificate - mag request pa Lang. May sample ka ba nito? Ako nlng Sana Ang gagawa Ng template tapos send to nlng sa school para mabilis.
    *Nag submit ka din ba Ng certificate of employment?

    Thanks Ng marami!!! :)

    "Trust in the Lord with all your heart and lean not unto your own understanding. In all your ways acknowledge Him, and He shall direct your paths." Proverbs 3:5&6

  • caienricaienri Sydney
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    @mayz0519 congratulations!!! Yehey!!!
    Check the aitsl website for detailed list
    May checklist din dun including application form and fees
    Generally tama nasa list mo
    Translated copies din ng school records in case na tagalog yung cert (like diploma ko tagalog kasi)
    I can send you my practicum cert
    Pm mo n lnh email ad mo
    Certificate of employment kelangan mo to get Skilled employment certificate from aitsl to prove your experience Sa pag lodge ng EOI
    Dapat original ang CoE
  • mayz0519mayz0519 Singapore
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    @caienri thank you thank you!!! pm ko sayo email address ko. May English translation na Yung diploma ko so okay na cguro.

    Nag engage ka ba Ng agent or diy ka Lang?

    "Trust in the Lord with all your heart and lean not unto your own understanding. In all your ways acknowledge Him, and He shall direct your paths." Proverbs 3:5&6

  • caienricaienri Sydney
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    @mayz0519 nag agent ako para less stress lang
  • mayz0519mayz0519 Singapore
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    @caienri sg-based ba yung agent mo? if you don't mind, how much Yung inabot Ng expenses mo sa services alone Ng agent?

    "Trust in the Lord with all your heart and lean not unto your own understanding. In all your ways acknowledge Him, and He shall direct your paths." Proverbs 3:5&6

  • caienricaienri Sydney
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    @mayz0519 hnd ko pala to na replyan?
    $2200 ang agent fee last time
  • caienricaienri Sydney
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    Update lang...
    So Cert III ang equivalent qualification ko according kay ACECQA (NSW).
    Eto po minimum requirement para makapag work as an educator.
    Para ma upgrade to Diploma, I decided to study sa TAFE Digital (online lang para full time pa rin sa work).
    Courses start on May 1.
    But I will be applying for RPL (Recognition of Prior Learning) baka sakali mabawasan ang units and time na need to take.
  • Roze15Roze15 Cebu
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    @Sai thanks for that info.. May I ask if even Bsed grad ako, pwede ako mag apply for ece? I have 3 years experience in teaching sa intermediate level nga lang pero may mga tutor ako na kinder at grade 1..
  • ozdreamer2019ozdreamer2019 Australia
    Posts: 16Member
    Joined: Oct 29, 2019

    Hi! Magbabakasali lang po ako na may makapagbigay ng insight sa plan ko for now. If anyone’s kind enough to give advice 😁

    I’m here at Sydney under visa 482. Secondary applicant po ako sa partner ko na sponsored ng company nila. We’re also hoping na by 2020 invited na kami for visa 189 kasi matagal na po kami naglodge and currently sitting on 85pts. I finished BS Agriculture sa PH, work experience ko is sa sa government as Agriculturist.

    I am planning to enroll in Diploma on ECEd sa TAFE once permanent resident na kami para subsidized ang tuition.

    Question ko po is feasible po kaya to? Makahahanap po kaya ako ng magandang work sa ECEd field? Kasi wala po talaga akong experience sa pagtururo and yung magiging hawak ko lang is kapag natapos ko na ang Diploma. And parang may nabasa ako na kelangang meron kang school na pagtrabahuan/pasukan for demonstration purposes habang enrolled ka pa (medyo confused pa po ako dito).

    Thank you sa mga sasagot!

  • msasolermsasoler Posts: 26Member
    Joined: Feb 09, 2020

    Hi all! Currently applying for my AITSL certification and I was wondering how I could explain to AITSL that DLSU is a trimestral university but is also considered a class 1 university to the Australian standards. I'm not quite sure what to put on my application as my Bachelors of Elementary Education: Major in Early Childhood Education was a 3 year course which I completed in 3 years and 2 terms.

    It is stated on the AITSL website:

    "Completion of a minimum of four years full-time (or part-time equivalent) higher education (university)
    level study that results in qualification/s. This must include a relevant initial teacher education
    qualification and can include other qualifications."

    Any help is greatly appreciated! Thank you so much!

  • RuCheRuChe Melbourne
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    Joined: Jun 25, 2013

    Hi, ask ko lang if I finished Bachelor degree in Phils, will it get recognized also as bachelor degree ng AITSL? or me possibility na lower like Diploma or Certificate? Ano normally ang reason kung lower yng equivalent sa Oz? Thanks. :)

  • aeonix_05aeonix_05 Posts: 5Member
    Joined: Sep 17, 2019

    Hi... I’d like to get an advice from anybody here knowledgeable about my concern.

    My bachelor’s degree is Secondary Education major in English but majority of my experience is in Preschool in the Philippines. I took a short course here to be qualified tho. However, I believe it won’t be accredited as it doesn’t have units. Now I am planning to take a diploma in ECEC in one of the vocational colleges in Australia (AIWT to be specific) that offers online set up. It claims to be nationally recognised in Australia but I’m reluctant whether AITSL would acknowledge such. What do you think?

    And by the way, we are applying for subclass 189/190. My husband’s the primary applicant, I’m just dependant.

    My only concern is whether I can teach, ifGod-willing we are invited, by possessing a degree in education, 7years Preschool experience, and a diploma in Early Childhood and Care (with units).

    Would I still undergo AITSL upon job application even if I’m a dependent?

    If I’d rather be a primary applicant, would AITSL accredit my qualifications?

    Thank you so much!!!

  • aeonix_05aeonix_05 Posts: 5Member
    Joined: Sep 17, 2019

    Hi... I’d like to get an advice from anybody here knowledgeable about my concern.

    My bachelor’s degree is Secondary Education major in English but majority of my experience is in Preschool in the Philippines. I took a short course here to be qualified tho. However, I believe it won’t be accredited as it doesn’t have units. Now I am planning to take a diploma in ECEC in one of the vocational colleges in Australia (AIWT to be specific) that offers online set up. It claims to be nationally recognised in Australia but I’m reluctant whether AITSL would acknowledge such. What do you think?

    And by the way, we are applying for subclass 189/190. My husband’s the primary applicant, I’m just dependant.

    My only concern is whether I can teach, ifGod-willing we are invited, by possessing a degree in education, 7years Preschool experience, and a diploma in Early Childhood and Care (with units).

    Would I still undergo AITSL upon job application even if I’m a dependent?

    If I’d rather be a primary applicant, would AITSL accredit my qualifications?

    Thank you so much!!!

  • Cambridge2020Cambridge2020 Posts: 3Member
    Joined: Oct 24, 2020

    Anyone here applied and received positive Assessment from AITSL? How long did you have to wait? If you submitted EOI for Visa 189, how many points did you apply with, and lastly, how long did you wait before receiving ITA? Thanks!

  • Cambridge2020Cambridge2020 Posts: 3Member
    Joined: Oct 24, 2020

    @RuChe said:
    Hi, ask ko lang if I finished Bachelor degree in Phils, will it get recognized also as bachelor degree ng AITSL? or me possibility na lower like Diploma or Certificate? Ano normally ang reason kung lower yng equivalent sa Oz? Thanks. :)

    If im not mistaken, AITSL is solely for migration purposes but they won't assess whether your qualifation is Bachelor (level 7), Dip (level 5) or Cert III(Level 3)equivalent in AU.

    However, I also took Ba. Ed in PH (4 years), and ACECQA recognised my qualification as "Early Childhood teacher" Equivalent (which is Bachelor's degree Level 7)

  • msasolermsasoler Posts: 26Member
    Joined: Feb 09, 2020

    @Cambridge2020 said:

    @RuChe said:
    Hi, ask ko lang if I finished Bachelor degree in Phils, will it get recognized also as bachelor degree ng AITSL? or me possibility na lower like Diploma or Certificate? Ano normally ang reason kung lower yng equivalent sa Oz? Thanks. :)

    If im not mistaken, AITSL is solely for migration purposes but they won't assess whether your qualifation is Bachelor (level 7), Dip (level 5) or Cert III(Level 3)equivalent in AU.

    However, I also took Ba. Ed in PH (4 years), and ACECQA recognised my qualification as "Early Childhood teacher" Equivalent (which is Bachelor's degree Level 7)

    Many say it depends on where you studied your degree (there is a forum based on school classification) like section 1, 2 or 3. Section 1 is considered bachelors, 2 is diploma and 3 is certificate. But if you studied 4 years, that shouldn't be a problem if you have your TOR and practicum certificate :)

  • msasolermsasoler Posts: 26Member
    Joined: Feb 09, 2020

    @msasoler said:

    @Cambridge2020 said:

    @RuChe said:
    Hi, ask ko lang if I finished Bachelor degree in Phils, will it get recognized also as bachelor degree ng AITSL? or me possibility na lower like Diploma or Certificate? Ano normally ang reason kung lower yng equivalent sa Oz? Thanks. :)

    If im not mistaken, AITSL is solely for migration purposes but they won't assess whether your qualifation is Bachelor (level 7), Dip (level 5) or Cert III(Level 3)equivalent in AU.

    However, I also took Ba. Ed in PH (4 years), and ACECQA recognised my qualification as "Early Childhood teacher" Equivalent (which is Bachelor's degree Level 7)

    Many say it depends on where you studied your degree (there is a forum based on school classification) like section 1, 2 or 3. Section 1 is considered bachelors, 2 is diploma and 3 is certificate. But if you studied 4 years, that shouldn't be a problem if you have your TOR and practicum certificate :)

    Oops! sorry @Cambridge2020, I meant that for @RuChe :)

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