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1-026 Sue’s Top Ten Tips For Attracting New Teaching Staff

Presented by Sue Kurtovich.
Format

Recorded Webinar

Starting date

21 July 2021

Duration

Approx 75 minutes

Price

$30 per person

What you are going to learn

Sue’s Top Ten Tips For Attracting New Teaching Staff




In a June 2021 ECE Survey conducted by Kurtovich Consulting...

  • 40% of centres said they currently have a vacancy for a qualified ECE teacher.
  • 71% said they had advertised for a qualified ECE teacher in the past 6 months, with 36% of these respondents saying they had either none, or one qualified applicants.
  • There are over 500 vacancies in the ECE sector listed in the Education Gazette.
  • There are 575 ECE  jobs advertised on Trade Me. There is no doubt that the ECE teacher shortage is both chronic and severe.


If you’re needing some fresh ideas to attract more interest in your vacancies, tune in to hear Sue’s top ideas for attracting and retaining the right staff for your centre.

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Sue Kurtovich

ECE Management Consultant
Former President of the largest representative body of licensed early childhood education centres in New Zealand, the Early Childhood Council (ECC) and Chief Executive - 12 years


About
Sue has a long history in New Zealand as a trusted specialist in early childhood education (ECE) centre administration and management. With over 25 years of sector experience and extensive knowledge of the ECE regulatory environment.

Sue has a strong policy and advocacy background and is a confident and competent public speaker. She is also a developer, designer and presenter of professional learning and development programmes.

As a former childcare centre owner, manager and administrator for fifteen years, Sue understands what it feels like to be at the coal face of ECE centre manager.