Careers in Learning Support

Working in Learning Support is a challenging yet rewarding career.

You'll have the opportunity to work in partnership with young children, students, parents, caregivers, family and whānau, and professional colleagues. This work can be in many different environments, including schools, homes, early childhood education services, and residential schools.

Early intervention staff work with children and their families before they start school. Most school students with special education needs are taught in regular classroom environments. Learning support professionals and paraprofessionals work closely with classroom teachers to meet the needs of the students.

The following links give more information for people interested in working in learning support:

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