Teacher Resources

Resources for teachers


Careers resources

JCU's Careers and Employment team have developed a range of useful resources, that are available to the general public. Resources include career snapshots and online career development tools.
Access careers resources


Webinar series

  • Careers in Health Webinar
    Join Professor Richard Murray, Dean of JCU's College of Medicine and Dentistry for a webinar on the range of careers available in the healthcare sector.
    This webinar will cover Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery, Bachelor of Dental Surgery, Bachelor of Occupational Therapy, Bachelor of Speech Pathology, Bachelor of Physiotherapy, and more!
    13 May, 4-5pm (AEST)
    Register for webinar
  • JCU Application-based Programs Webinar
    Join the JCU admissions team for a webinar on the application-based programs (Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery, Bachelor of Dental Surgery, Bachelor of Physiotherapy and Bachelor of Veterinary Science) 
    14 August, 4-5pm (AEST) 
    Register for webinar

Teacher professional development 

  • Shakespeare Reloaded. Professional development workshop for English teachers
    The Shakespeare Reloaded project brings a one-day professional development workshop on Shakespeare education to Far North Queensland. Hear from University of Sydney lecturers Professor Liam Semler and Associate Professor Jackie Manuel on the role of the teacher and the English curriculum, before taking part in interactive workshops on Hamlet, The Tempest and Macbeth. ETAQ will provide PD certification for this event.
    1 June, 9.30am - 3.30pm, Townsville Campus
    Further information and registration

School excursions

Classroom on the Reef
Located at JCU's Orpheus Island Research Station, a visit to our Classroom on the Reef will change the way your students look at science. Learn more.

Daintree Rainforest Observatory
A visit to our rainforest observatory is a unique sensory immersion into nature within the largest continuous area of tropical rainforest in Australia. The tropical rainforest ecosystem of the Daintree is one of the most complex on Earth and has the highest biodiversity of anywhere in Australia. Learn more.