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Are you navigating the complexities of applying for an education assistant position in Western Australia? Dive into our comprehensive downloadable guide, meticulously crafted in collaboration with WA recruitment panel members and teachers to alleviate the stress of writing selection criteria. Discover a wealth of resources tailored specifically for your application needs, including:

  • Example Responses
  • Practical Guidelines
  • Step-by-Step Approach
  • STAR Method Guide
  • Interactive Worksheets
  • Checklists

Download now and equip yourself to shine in your WA education assistant application!

If you’re wondering how to write selection criteria for education assistant roles, our INSTANT DOWNLOAD Guide will make your day.

The guide Includes:

  • Comprehensive written examples for EACH of the common Education Assistant Work-Related Requirements (Selection Criteria)
  • Includes Education Assistant (Special Needs) and Education Assistant (Mainstream)
  • 17+ examples for Special Needs AND Mainstream – written in the STAR format
  • Full written examples to help you formulate your own examples
  • Length and formatting guidelines for your ENTIRE Education Assistant application including your CV and Statement Addressing the Work-Related Requirements
  • A simple-to-use 3-step process for how to write selection criteria for education assistant roles
  • Worksheets to brainstorm examples
  • Checklists to use before submitting your application

Our comprehensive guide will help you write your WA Education Assistant application with confidence. Developed by WA selection criteria writing experts – in consultation with WA education leaders – our 30-page guide is available for INSTANT DOWNLOAD upon purchase.

The guide includes:

Full example responses written in the STAR format for EACH of the common Education Assistant selection criteria for BOTH Special Needs and Mainstream roles including:

Education Assistant – Mainstream Cover Letter Criteria:

  • Sound oral and written communication skills, including the ability to interact with students, parents and teaching professionals.
  • Sound interpersonal skills including the ability to work as part of a team.
  • Organisational skills that will assist in the delivery of effective educational programs to students.
  • Ability to assist with the general health and well-being of students.

Education Assistant – Special Needs Cover Letter Criteria:

  • Good written and oral communication skills, including the ability to interact with students with special needs, parents, and teaching professionals on the provision of educational programs, and to assist teachers in understanding students where necessary.
  • Good interpersonal skills, including the ability to work as part of a team in the evaluation of educational programs, including special education and therapy programs where these have been implemented.
  • Good organisational skills that will assist in the delivery and development of effective education programs to students and subsequent feedback to teaching professionals or psychologists.
  • Ability to assist teachers or therapists in implementing educational programs, including special education and, should this be a requirement of the position, occupational and/or physiotherapy programs.
  • Knowledge of health and physical disabilities in students and adolescents.
  • Ability to assist with general health and well-being of students.

Our key selection criteria responses examples for Education Assistants will help you understand exactly what to include in your own application.

Our guide also includes:

  • Length and formatting guidelines for your resume, cover letter and selection criteria
  • A 3-step process to write EACH CRITERION
  • A guide to the STAR (Situation, Task, Action, Result) method
  • Worksheets to develop your examples
  • Checklists for your resume, cover letter and selection criteria

If you’re wondering what sort of examples our guide includes, here’s a sample of just one (of the many) examples (you can use these examples as prompts for your own application):

Ability to assist with general health and well-being of students.

Situation: As an Education Assistant at Example Primary School, Task: I volunteered to help out with the Breakfast Club a few mornings per week. Action: I helped to set up and pack down before and after the students arrived, to ensure students were able to access the meals at the Club. Result: As a result, students who had previously been coming to school hungry were now well-fed and focused and ready to learn. This was extremely successful, with noticeable improvements in student behaviour, engagement and academic performance. I was thanked for my involvement at an assembly.

Note: there are FULL 1 page responses for EVERY criterion within the guide.

We’ve helped hundreds of WA Education Assistants learn how to write their applications effectively!

3 reviews for How to Write Selection Criteria for Education Assistant Jobs Guide

  1. Jade P

    Thank you for this. It was very good and helped a lot with my application.

  2. Barb Jones

    Great booklet. Helped a lot with my applications.

  3. Josie Edelman

    This was a good resource, especially if you’re new to these applications. The examples were especially good, thanks again.
    Josie

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