Kristie de Brenni

High School Teacher

Teaching in schools is a rewarding career, offering teachers the opportunity to combine intellectual challenge and creativity while helping students to become lifelong learners and valuable members of our community. Teachers often work within the wider community, facilitating crucial programs, sitting on committees and acting as mentors. Kristie teaches in rural Queensland and specialises in Business Development.

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Queensland Government Department of Education, Training and the Arts

Queensland Government Department of Education, Training and the Arts

The Department of Education, Training and the Arts is building a clever, skilled and creative Queensland. Our purpose is to engage people in lifelong learning through education and training, and to build a strong arts and cultural sector which enriches their lives.

We deliver high quality education to more than 70 per cent of all Queensland students at prep, primary, secondary and TAFE levels. We are also the entry point to jobs, careers, apprenticeships and traineeships in a wide range of industries and professions.

Make a difference with Queensland's Department of Education, Training and the Arts.

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