Category: Teaching

How to Look for, Land, and Keep a Job in the Canadian Workplace

About the Speaker: Dave Lovelock in facts and numbers  How do you feel about Job Hunting? Don’t turn your back on this fact…the workplace is changing. It is a short-term world out there…so, stay flexible! Job Search Myth 1: All

Introduction to Sector Councils

The Alliance of Sector Councils The Alliance of Sector Councils (TASC) is a national coordinating body of 29 sector councils representing a wide range of industries in Canada . Its role is to analyze and address sector-wide human resources issues in order

Alternative Employment Options for Teachers

Introduction The purpose of this article is to outline employment options for those people who are interested in teaching in Ontario but have not obtained a license which allows them to do so. If you are interested in learning more

Occupational Profile: Early Childhood Educaton

Introduction  Early childhood educators are committed to the value and uniqueness of each child. They understand that a child’s early experiences can influence the adult he or she becomes. Early childhood education (ECE) professionals take concepts from many different development


Tutor Canada Ontario

What is a tutor? Related job titles Major duties Qualifications and requirements Compensation Who are the employers? Where to find job postings Professional associations and contacts More relevant links Questions found in many tutoring positions Sample job posting  What is

Links to Teachers’ Licensing

As an applicant, you must reside anywhere in Canada when you request to have your qualifications recognized by the Ontario College of Teachers (OCT). You must have authorization for employment in Canada. To be authorized to work in Canada, you

Understanding the Education System in Ontario

The links in this article will help you explore the education system in Ontario and better understand how it works. This will allow you to show more clearly how your experience is relevant to the needs of students and schools

Glossary of education related acronyms

A-G | I-O | P-Y AEP Annual Education Plan CLBA Canadian Language Benchmarks Assessment CMEC Council of Ministers of Education, Canada CODE Council of Ontario Directors of Education CYW Child and Youth Worker DSB District School Board EA Educational Assistant

Educational Assistant – Sample job posting

Sample job posting: PLEASE NOTE that this sample posting is for members of the Canadian Union of Public Employees, local 1238.EDUCATIONAL ASSISTANT – Itinerant High Needs – North AreaLevel of Pay – $16.77 – $17.85 Job Status – Permanent, 32.5

Educational Assistant

Educational Asistent

Occupational Profile What is an Educational Assistant (EA)? Related job titles Major duties Qualifications and requirements Compensation Who are the employers? Where to find job postings? Professional associations and contacts More relevant links What is an Educational Assistant? Educational Assistants