Targeted professional learning

Career and Workplace Learning team deliver targeted professional learning to careers advisers, transition advisers, teachers, and staff to strengthen post-school pathways for Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander students, high potential and gifted students, students with disability, and those who speak English as an additional language or dialect (EAL/D).

For further information contact Career and Workplace Learning

Schools have a responsibility and commitment to ensure that students with disability and additional learning and support needs have the opportunity to access high-quality education at every stage of their educational pathway and are learning to their fullest capability.

The NSW Department of Education has developed professional learning designed to increase knowledge and understanding on providing equitable pathways for students with disability, utilising pathways resources, programs and strategies that are inclusive of students with disability.

Who is this professional learning for?

Careers Advisers, Transition Advisers, Learning and Support teams and staff supporting the transition of students with disability.

Professional learning for careers advisers, transition advisers, teachers and EAL/D teachers supporting senior students, school counsellors, year advisers and executive staff. Designed to:

  • increase knowledge and understanding about the refugee experience and its impact,
  • demonstrate collaborative practices within schools and
  • offer strategies on how to effectively communicate with students from refugee backgrounds and their families.


  • Careers
  • Teaching and learning


  • Web page

Business Unit:

  • Education and Skills Reform
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