Developing Tasmania’s skilled workforce
TasTAFE plays an important role in Tasmania’s growing economy. Approximately two thirds of our staff are involved in the direct delivery of specialised training across more than 30 industry sectors. Our teaching staff are industry professionals and love to share their experience, skills and passion with TasTAFE students.
If you have first-class industry knowledge and experience and are seeking employment as a teacher/trainer in any of our specialist industry areas, we invite you to explore the following links for current employment opportunities:
Teaching staff in Tasmania are required to be registered with the Tasmanian Teachers Registration Board.
This means that any person wanting to teach at TasTAFE must have full registration, provisional registration or a limited authority to teach (LAT). It is an offence under the Teachers Registration Act 2000 to teach without registration or a LAT.
For further information about teacher registration and to discuss which type of registration best suits your individual circumstances, please visit the Teachers Registration Board website: www.trb.tas.gov.au.
Training and Assessment
TasTAFE staff directly involved in delivering training and assessment services in the vocational education and training sector are required to hold TAE40116 – Certificate IV in Training and Assessment. A skill update is available for individuals holding TAE40110 – Certificate IV in Training and Assessment to ensure staff meet current credential requirements.