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In a few months, I will have my bachelor's in education. I plan on then applying to get accredited to teach in NSW. The month before I graduate from college, I intend on applying for a work/holiday visa. I am coming from the US. I read on the teach.nsw accrediation website that in order for one to be considered to be accredited one has to:
-have an Australian postal address that matches your ID
-have a WWCC (working with children clearence) number.

Of course I will finish the accreditation process once I'm there, but for now that's on hold at the moment.

What other things should I know that I'm not aware of regarding overseas teachers coming to teach in NSW schools? (Both private and public)
 

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In a few months, I will have my bachelor's in education. I plan on then applying to get accredited to teach in NSW. The month before I graduate from college, I intend on applying for a work/holiday visa. I am coming from the US. I read on the teach.nsw accrediation website that in order for one to be considered to be accredited one has to:
-have an Australian postal address that matches your ID
-have a WWCC (working with children clearence) number.

Of course I will finish the accreditation process once I'm there, but for now that's on hold at the moment.

What other things should I know that I'm not aware of regarding overseas teachers coming to teach in NSW schools? (Both private and public)
Check out the "teach NSW" website & look at ads for teachers in NSW on the popular job search sites & see what they ask for and what the requirements are.
 
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