answers to your questions about what it's like to work as a Great
Teaching, Inspired Learning (GTIL) Cadet, the application process and the selection
If I am successful in obtaining a GTIL Cadetship, when will I start work in a school?
What school do GTIL Cadets work at?
What are the conditions and hours of work for GTIL Cadets?
How much do first year GTIL Cadets get paid?
Are GTIL Cadets entitled to recreation/annual and sick leave?
What happens when a Cadet completes the first year of their GTIL Cadetship?
What type of work should GTIL Cadets expect to be doing in the second, third and fourth years of their Cadetship?
What are the days and hours of work for second, third and fourth year GTIL Cadets?
How much do GTIL Cadets get paid during the second, third and fourth years of their Cadetship?
Who is eligible to apply?
How do I know if the university studies I wish to complete will allow me to be employed as a teacher in NSW public schools?
How do I apply?
What supporting documents will I need to provide as part of my application?
Why do I have to include a recommendation from my Principal with my application?
How do I upload certified copies of my supporting documentation?
When should I submit my application?
Will late applications be accepted?
How can I be sure my application has been submitted?
Can I apply for a scholarship in addition to a cadetship?
What does the selection process involve?
Will successful and unsuccessful applicants be notified of the outcome?
How many GTIL Cadetships are available?
If my application has been unsuccessful, can I be provided with information as to why?
If I accept an offer of a Cadetship, what will my commitment be to the department?
When are GTIL Cadets appointed to their permanent position?
Do GTIL Cadets who are appointed to rural or remote areas receive the same benefits and/or incentives that are available to the other teachers in that location?
Where can I find out more?