The Northern Territory is committed to supporting its educators with career and professional learning opportunities.
We offer a suite of scholarships for NT teachers and encourage you to apply.
Teacher scholarship: Supporting NT Students with Additional Needs
- scholarship is open to teachers with at least two years of experience and are employment in a Northern Territory school (Government and non-government)
- recipients undertake a postgraduate course online while working full time at their school
- credit from a graduate certificate course can be used towards a relevant Masters degree.
Our schools are supporting a growing number of students with additional needs, particularly in remote schools, including the effects of conductive hearing loss and foetal alcohol spectrum disorders. Teachers need specific training to teach students with additional needs, and this scholarship will help teachers to enhance their skills in this area.
For more information about this scholarship contact Workforce Programs on (08) 8999 5719 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Additionally, the Department of Education offers free OnLine training (OLT) courses specialising in Special Educational Needs for all school based staff across Northern Territory government and non-government schools.
For more information about this training, visit: ed.ntschools.net
Teaching – Growing our Future Scholarship for Aboriginal students
Aboriginal Education Scholarships
Scholarships applications for 2019 will open in October 2018. If you would like to know more or register your interest email email@example.com or phone (08) 8999 5649.
About the scholarship
The Aboriginal Teacher Education Scholarship is for Aboriginal students studying an initial teacher education course. This program is part of the Northern Territory Government’s plan to create job opportunities and career pathways for Aboriginal Territorians, and to provide role models for Aboriginal students.
Who can apply?
Aboriginal people living in the Northern Territory.
You will get:
- Payment of up to $15 000 each year.
Workplace Integrated Learning Scholarships
Workplace Integrated Learning Scholarships (WILS) are a joint initiative of Charles Darwin University (CDU) and the NT Government.
The scholarship gives students $2500 per semester for up to three years and paid work placements in the department during semester breaks. To be eligible, students must maintain a grade point average of 5 for the duration.
The department allocates a number of scholarships to students studying an education degree or Masters (after completing a degree in a compatible discipline).
For more information, phone 08 8999 5982 or email Wfcapability.firstname.lastname@example.org