Future Tasmanian Education Workforce Roundtable

The first meeting of the future Tasmanian Education Workforce Roundtable was held on 19 April 2018. The round table was convened by the Deputy Premier and Minister for Education and Training; Hon. Jeremy Rockliff MP. Education Workforce Stakeholders present included: Vice Chancellor, University of Tasmania; Professor Rufus Black Secretary, Tasmanian Department of Education; Tim Bullard…


HAVE YOUR SAY: Improving the Tasmanian Government’s digital services.

Simple, quick, easy government services for anyone, anywhere and anytime on any device. The Tasmanian Government is committed to finding ways to deliver better services for all Tasmanians and is looking at how digital technology can be used to meet the needs of a more mobile, connected society. You are invited to take part in…


Dr Laura Jana – early childhood really is everybody’s business!

Dr. Jana is a paediatrician, educator, author and international communicator committed to making sure all children have the support, skills, and tools they need to succeed in school, work and life. Dr. Jana understands the importance and lifelong benefits of nurturing healthy development pregnancy to 4 years and the role everyone can play to ensure…


DoE White Ribbon Accreditation

If you or someone you know is impacted by family violence, call the Safe at Home Family Violence Response and Referral Line on 1800 633 937 or visit As one of the largest employers in Tasmania and leading the education of Tasmania’s children, DoE is in a unique position to make a real difference…


New Professional Learning Program for 2018/19

Principal Preparation Program In 2018 the Department of Education will facilitate a Principal Preparation Program for leaders who are aspiring to the principal position. It is a significant Workforce Development strategy delivered through the Professional Learning Institute. The Principal Preparation Program closely aligns with the Australian Professional Standard for Principals. This Standard describes what principals…


Anything Can Happen Campaign

Today we launched a brand new public campaign, ‘Anything Can Happen’, which focuses on encouraging our young people to remain engaged in education and training through to Year 12. The vast majority of today’s jobs require a Year 12 qualification or higher, and employers are looking for people who are connected, resilient, creative and curious…