Hear from real Victorian teachers about rewarding careers in education.
On Wednesday 13 January 2021, the Department of Education and Training is hosting the Careers in Education Expo, providing people the chance to hear from real Victorian teachers and other education experts.
This virtual event will be an opportunity for people who may be considering a career in education to ask any questions they may have about pathways into the industry and what it's like to teach here in Victoria.
Recent school graduates who have received their
ATAR results and are wondering about future career pathways and people who are interested in making a career change are also encouraged to attend and learn more about teaching in Victoria.
Australian comedian Steph Tisdell will be hosting the virtual expo, which includes break out spaces for question and answer sessions with the panellists.
This year, the panellists include:
Hayley has been a teacher for 12 years and is an advocate for ensuring students have a say in teaching and learning practices.
In 2016, Hayley won the Outstanding Secondary Teacher Award at the Victorian Education Excellence Awards.
Lian is currently a principal of a secondary college. With 15 years' experience in teaching, Lian was recognised with the 2018 Rising Star Award at the Australian Education Awards for her work with the Alternative Tertiary Entry Program.
Nathan ver de Monde
Nathan is a Learning Specialist and a Grade 1 and 2 teacher. Nathan previously taught VCE English before moving into primary school teaching in 2016.
Kapil is a recent graduate teacher. After spending some time teaching during his studies to become a lawyer, Kapil changed his career path to follow his passion in secondary education.
Silvana was a principal at a northern suburbs high school for seven years before transitioning into a position at the Department of Education and Training Victoria.
Find out more
For more information about the Careers in Education Expo and to register, visit the