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What is Emergency Teaching?

Emergency Teaching also known as Casual Relief Teaching (CRT), also known as substitute teaching and supply teaching in UK. Emergency Teachers are contacted at short notice by schools when regular staff members are absent. Schools contact teachers early in the morning, usually before 7am. The school’s Daily Organiser provides details of the school location and work hours for that particular day, in accordance to staffing requirements. Emergency teachers, Casual Relief Teachers (CRT) play an important role in accommodating an essential staffing service. Emergency teachers are expected to satisfy the same code of professional conduct as ongoing education department employee. Emergency Teachers provide a critical teaching service of supplying a professional service to educate students in accordance to specific instructions assigned by the permanent teacher. Classroom management, lesson delivery, student assistance and explanation are all included in the professional conduct guidelines. Relief Teachers have the same professional responsibility in upholding the same social, educational and welfare student requirements as imposed by the school charter and state education department authorities. Emergency teaching jobs also provide the opportunity for graduates to gain experience and for individuals seeking a flexible employment lifestyle. A recognised and accredited degree and state government education department registration is required for employment.



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