Other teaching professionals

Description

Other teaching professionals conduct research and advise on teaching methods; teach people with learning difficulties or special needs; teach non-native languages for migration and related purposes; give private tuition; teach arts, information technology and other subjects outside the mainstream primary, secondary and higher education systems; and provide other teaching services not classified elsewhere in Sub-major Group 23: Teaching Professionals.
Tasks performed usually include: conducting research and developing or advising on teaching methods, courses and aids; teaching physically handicapped children, young persons or adults or those with learning difficulties or other with special needs, teaching non-native languages for migration purposes; teaching students in practice, theory and performance of music, drama, dance, visual and other arts; developing, scheduling and conducting training programmes and courses for information technology users.
Occupations in this minor group are classified into the following unit groups:
2351 Education Methods Specialists
2352 Special Needs Teachers
2353 Other Language Teachers
2354 Other Music Teachers 
2355 Other Arts Teachers
2356 Information Technology Trainers
2359 Teaching Professionals Not Elsewhere Classified