To assist schools with costs associated in replacing teachers who are engaged as mentors in the Become a Rural and Remote Teacher program.
Duration of program
Schools where a mentor teacher is based.
Allocation of funds
One teacher will be engaged to provide mentoring to each scholarship recipient for the Become a Rural and Remote Teacher program. The program supports university students studying to become a teacher and have a commitment to working in Queensland’s rural and remote state schools at the completion of their study.
The mentoring teachers may change from term to term and therefore, the schools that receive funding under this program may also change. The amount that the school receives for Teacher Relief Scheme (TRS) will be in line with the current TRS rate.
Payments are made on submission of TRS claim forms and are made in line with the monthly scheduled TRS payments.
|TRS rate||Finance Branch||January|
|Eligible Schools||Become a Rural and Remote Teacher Scholarship TRS claim form||End of each term|
How to apply
Schools will need to apply to receive this TRS funding. Entitlement will not be automatically paid to the participating schools.
To apply, the school will need to complete a
Become a Rural and Remote Teacher TRS claim form (DOCX, 190KB) and submit it to Human Resources each term. The application requires principal approval before it will be considered.
State Schools—Rural, Remote and International
Telephone: (07) 3034 4410