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Student Teacher Conference

Preparing you for the teaching workforce
Thursday 2 July 2020 | Online

This conference is designed to help you feel confident navigating the world of work after you graduate from your teaching degree. It's a fantastic professional development opportunity, where you'll hear from education experts and network with peers from other universities.

All student teachers and pre-service teachers are welcome, no matter how far you are into your degree. 


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Pre-service teachers and the AEU

We offer a wide range of professional development and information sessions to help you land your first teaching position.

You might like to check out some of our online training videos:

New Educator Network

When you’re in the AEU, you’re also part of a vibrant, diverse community of fellow educators. The New Educator Network (NEN) is a community network run specifically for student and graduate members.

NEN runs social events for AEU members who are at a similar stage in their careers and provides opportunities for you to meet others, get involved in the union, help create policy and become active in key campaigns that will affect your working life and your students.

Every AEU student member is automatically joined up to NEN. Come join us online at our NEN Facebook page.

The AEU: the union for you

We understand that graduate teachers face specific challenges at work, and we’ve  achieved some significant outcomes for grads over the years, including:

  • a 5% reduction in workload for all full-time graduates in their first year
  • access to a laptop for work use at no cost to the teacher
  • a mentor for all graduates working full-time in their first year
  • an increase in the first year graduate salary, from $58,498 to $63,356 since 2012.

These accomplishments weren’t won easily and couldn’t have happened without the collective strength of our members. We encourage our student members to get involved in the AEU – come to our training, meet others, attend our conferences, and keep up to date with the latest news, features, tips and tricks relevant to you.