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.
RTO #40975, NESA Provider Code P12410, ACPET Member.
Venue: 307 Sussex St, Sydney, 2000.
Distance Education for Early Childhood, Primary and High School teachers is delivered as year-long Part-Time courses. These courses give qualified teachers and Steiner teachers an understanding, or refreshment of understanding, of the basis of the Steiner educational 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. Residentials mostly are held in school holidays and study may be undertaken while working. EC05 and DE02/3.
Early Childhood Courses
“Art of Caring: Working with Children under Three” course is being offered in Sydney and Melbourne in 2018 over two weekends and is for people working with children under the age of three. CA2018.
We also offer a pathway to become a Rudolf Steiner Early Childhood teacher which, when completed, is recognised as a 400 hour qualification by the International Association for Steiner Waldorf Early Childhood Education (IASWECE). All EC courses are part-time and occur on weekends and may be studied while working. EC01, ECO2.
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.
Short Courses inspired by Rudolf Steiner’s work are offered on weekends or as single days and are open to all adults.
The GAP Project. From 2018 we will offer a six months program for young people who want to discover themselves, engage meaningfully in society and use their talents and passions to create change and be part of initiatives that have a positive social, cultural and environmental impact.
Please consult our website for all information and details: