I’m a career changer
Teaching could be the career change you need.
You will have the opportunity to inspire a passion for learning in children and young people in a range of interesting and diverse educational settings. You may also be able to specialise in the field you already have qualifications and work experience in. STEM teacher Tammy studied marine biology before realising teaching was the career for her.
Become a teacher to:
- make a difference in the community
- inspire a passion for learning in children and young people
- feel a real sense of achievement
- be creative and have the opportunity to express yourself.
You can teach students from a variety of backgrounds and can work in schools across the state. If you think you would enjoy working with children and young people, are a great communicator, and are flexible and organised – you could be a brilliant teacher!
- Why choose public education
- How you become a teacher
- What you can earn
- Where you can teach
- How you will be supported
Choose teaching in a public school to benefit from the fantastic opportunities working for the largest employer in the State will provide you.
How you become a teacher
Consider what age group and learning areas you would like to teach. There are a lot of different ways to get into teaching with flexible admission pathways making it easy to begin your journey. There are many course options available - check with various universities to find the study pathway that’s right for you.
A list of Western Australian accredited initial teacher education programs can be found on the Teacher Registration Board of Western Australia website.
How you will be supported
Find out more about the benefits and support we provide our teachers.