The Careers in Education Committee was set up in 2005 to help promote teaching as a career. The Board recognised the ongoing shortage of teachers and therefore appointed a committee to find ways of encouraging both recent Yr 12 graduates and mature-age students to consider entering into the teaching profession.
The Committee's main focus is:
- Raising the profile of the teaching profession in our community
- Raising the profile of the career itself as a possible career path and assisting student teachers in their studies via mentoring etc.
- Promoting teaching as a career for mature age students
The committe therefore also aims to support those who are currently going through uni.
The committee consists of:
Jacques Kortenoeven (FRSA Administration Manager)
Roslyn van Dyke (FRSA Administrative Secretary)
Tim deVos (Kelmscott John Calvin School Principal)
Jan Kampman (FRSA/Council Member)
Jeanette Janssen (JCCC Teacher)
Any of the committee members would be happy to speak to you anytime about careers in education. Or you can email - firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions