Jobs in the Home Economics profession
People in the Home Economics profession, usually called Home Economists provide information, intrepret consumer needs, develop skills, provide community services and liaise between community, business and consumer organisations. You can access education and training in these areas from the following Institutions. There is currently a huge shortage of Home Economics teachers across Australia. If you already have some skills in this area or would like to train or retrain, please consider a new pathway through Sydney University Education Department. The first year of the course: Degree in Education(Secondary: Design and Technology) is a Certificate IV in Hospitality(Catering Operations) or equivalent. For further information contact either Sydney University or Sydney Institute of TAFE.
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University - Australian Catholic: Strathfield Sydney
ACU National, Strathfield Campus, offers an undergraduate degree in Bachelor in Teaching/Bachelor in Arts - Technology. All students study the required subjects to teach Design and Technology in secondary schools and may choose to specialise in Food Technology or Textiles and Design.The University is having an open day on Saturday 24th August and welcomes those interested in these areas of study to talk to lecturers who teach in the program. The University is situated at 25a Barker Road, Strathfield and will be open to visitors from 10am - 4pm. For further info contact email@example.com
Training information for all Australians:
University of Western Sydney
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