Thursday, 19 February 2015

Professional development at UTAS - 23 Feb start

Contact: Emma Williams, UTAS Faculty of Education
p: 6324 3265   e:

Starts on 23 February
Location: Online or on-campus in Launceston

Intended Audience: All Principals, Deputy-Principals, and teachers with an interest in professional development

Enrolment still open for 23 February start

Are you looking for graduate opportunities to expand your vision, reinvigorate your practice, create better futures, and investigate the issues that really matter in contemporary education? The Faculty of Education at the University of Tasmania offers a number of graduate courses in education to meet the needs of education professionals and those seeking pathways into further educational research.
There is still time available for a semester 1 start on 23 February, so apply now!

NEW course - Master of Education (Leadership) now available.

Our new course, the Master of Education (Leadership), is designed to enable leaders and potential leaders in your school to gain specialist knowledge and skills, including effective research and evidence-gathering skills based on leadership. The course meets the needs of teachers seeking in-depth study and professional learning in education.

This course is available face-to-face at our Newnham campus, or fully online over eighteen months full time, or up to four years part time.

Commonwealth Supported Places (HECS) and Tasmanian HECS Scholarships are also available for this degree.

If you want to develop your skills in education leadership, apply today for the Master of Education (Leadership).

Other professional development opportunities available for 23 February start
We also offer a range of units as part of our Graduate Certificate, Professional Honours and Masters coursework for semester one start, including:

•   Educational Professionalism
•   Literacy, Mathematics & Science in Early Childhood
•   Teaching & Learning with a Global Perspective
•   Education in the Asia-Pacific Region
•   Exploring Children's Literature K-12
•   Contemporary Educational Issues
•   Practicum Supervision – Theory & Learnings
•   Linguistics & Language Analysis
•   Language, Culture & Diversity
•   Methodologies in Second Language Teaching
•   TESOL Curriculum & Assessment

Apply now for professional development in 2015

For information on our education courses available for study in 2015, or to find out more about the above offerings please visit the UTAS website, call us on 6324 3265, or email us at