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Become a mentor and explore the benefits to your career.
The Future Tracks Mentoring Program has been created to support your professional practice and future career opportunities within a sector that is growing and changing.

Future Tracks is inviting a team of experienced teachers who, through their role as trained mentors, will support the growth and development of students as they secure a bachelor degree in early childhood education.

At the same time, our goal is to help you grow from strength to strength as an early childhood professional with a new set of skills and tools. We understand that your role is to set children up for life - so we are here to set you up for a career with new strengths.

The early childhood sector is growing

The next generation of early childhood teachers will rely on well-equipped mentors to help them put theory into practice and generate positive learning outcomes for children.

Set your career up for life

Excellent training and professional development: The training has been developed by experts through a co-design process to support your professional development and extend your skills in putting theory into practice, communication, problem solving and creative thinking.

Paid time release and travel allowance for mentors: Organisations are reimbursed by Future Tracks for monthly mentoring sessions (during the university semester) so the process does not financially impact on the organisation or you.

Flexible hours: The flexibility of the program ensures the timing and location of monthly catch ups suit everyone. We understand the time pressures and demands on your organisation and you.

Access to research and new topics: You’ll have access to research and teaching themes through our partnerships with leading universities and the students we engage through our program.

Ongoing mentor role: Once trained, mentors can contribute to the growth and professional development of staff and educators within the sector, helping colleagues ensure their teaching strategies and approaches are up-to-date and evidence based.