Sydney Rudolf Steiner College provides adult education and teacher training. We offer accredited part-time courses from Birth to Adulthood based on the work of Rudolf Steiner, Short Courses and NESA Professional Development Courses at Proficient Level for all teachers in NSW schools.
NESA Provider Code P12410.
Venue: 307 Sussex St, Sydney, 2000.
Teacher Education SYDNEY RUDOLF STEINER COLLEGE is very pleased to announce a new restructured pathway to training as an Early Childhood or Primary/High School teacher with the flexibility to cope with Covid restrictions, now and in the future. We will be offering a mix of weekly webinars and ‘in-person’ seminars that will enhance your experience and foster meaningful connections with both the content and tutors.
These courses are for those interested in Steiner education as well as qualified teachers and Steiner teachers, and provides an understanding, or refreshment of understanding, of the basis of the Steiner education curriculum together with a rich program of inner development based on artistic practice and observation of life. These courses are very beneficial when seeking employment in Steiner organisations. Seminars are held in school holidays and study may be undertaken while working.
We are offering a year long Foundation Primary teaching course (PTF) which is the pathway to the year long Certificate course (PTC).
Modules throughout the course can be attended separately as stand-alone. However in order to qualify to work as a teacher in a Steiner school, students will be required to complete both the PTF and PTC courses.
Early Childhood Courses
We have many courses for teachers, carers, parents, home-based educators in Early Childhood.
From Birth to Three, “The Art of Caring” course is at the forefront of Rudolf Steiner Early Childhood education and will be presented at the Sydney Rudolf Steiner College in Sussex Street, Sydney.
Nurturing early childhood: Four enriching seasonalweekend courses offered over the course of the year, for parents,carers and assistants, everyone welcome.
Teacher education: We will be running two courses, the Foundation course (ECF) which provides the entry point into our Certificate course (ECC). This course includes a practicum in a Rudolf Steiner Pre-School or Kindergarten.
100 hours of Anthroposophical Study is required to complete the 400 hour qualification acknowledged by the International Association for Steiner Waldorf Early Childhood Education (IASWECE). This 100 hours is included in the ECF and ECC courses.
All our courses may be studied while working.
Professional Development Courses, accredited with NESA (NSW Education Standards Authority) are now offered by the College. Our other courses can also be used as Teacher Identified PD.
Please consult our website for all information and details: