How Affinity Education Group supports new educators

Affinity Education Group provides fully funded Bachelor Scholarships for educators to become early childhood teachers.
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Early childhood teacher Jade Seabury is easing the burden for her fellow teachers entering the profession in her role as a registered NESA Supervisor and Area Manager for Affinity Education Group in Sydney’s western suburbs.

It is, she says, a vital step to ensuring early childhood teachers feel supported as they enter their careers.

“After years of university study, NESA accreditation can be a significant final hurdle for new early childhood teachers to overcome, which is why we provide full support through the entire accreditation process,” Jade explained.

Newly qualified early childhood teacher Jessie Klaassen is now working in Jade’s team at Kids Academy Glenmore Park.

“During the provisional stage Jade’s mentoring really enabled me to understand the requirements for early childhood teachers in order to obtain my NESA accreditation, and it was invaluable to have that type of support,” Jessie said.

“Working for Affinity Education Group also gives me access to the unique Lifelong Learning Curriculum for children which is incorporated into the Preschool program here at Kids Academy Glenmore Park.

“It’s a thrill to provide STEM, emotional wellbeing, and early conservation education to children who attend the program.”

In addition to the practical and curriculum support available, Affinity Education Group is currently offering cash sign on bonuses and a host of employment benefits to successful candidates for select early childhood teacher roles in western Sydney.

Affinity Education Group is also currently negotiating above award wages up to 14 per cent above the award plus up to six weeks leave for qualified teachers joining the company.

Applicants can search and apply for jobs by visiting here.

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