Australian Teacher Workforce Data (ATWD) initiative
The Australian Teacher Workforce Survey for 2023 has now closed.
The ATWD Teacher Survey is an annual voluntary, 10 to 15 minute survey accessible to all registered teachers in Australia.
The ATWD wants to hear from teachers to gain real insight into the modern teaching experience, including contemporary challenges and other important characteristics of the workforce. The ATWD Teacher Survey brings the teacher voice into the ATWD.
The survey has been updated with a new optional section at the end, containing questions on teacher well-being.
The TRBWA encourages teachers to participate in the ATWD Teacher Survey. Registered teachers will receive an email from the TRBWA in August explaining how to access the survey via Teacher Login.
To participate, sign in to Teacher Login on the TRBWA website trb.wa.gov.au and select Australian Teacher Workforce Survey tab.
You can then click on 'start survey' button. If you don't complete the survey, you can return to this tab and click on the 'start survey' button again and continue with the survey.
To find out more about the Australian Teacher Workforce Survey, visit, the Australian Teacher Workforce Survey page on the AITSL website.
The Australian Teacher Workforce Data (ATWD) initiative is delivering an evolving picture of the national teacher workforce, from initial teacher education through all stages of the teacher career, and across all states, territories and employment sectors.
The ATWD is exploring key areas such as the supply of teachers, career pathways and the challenges teachers face, such as time spent on teaching and other activities, working hours and out-of-field teaching.
The ATWD is a joint initiative between, and is funded by, all state, territory and Commonwealth governments. It is being implemented by the Australian Institute for Teaching and School Leadership (AITSL) in partnership with the Australian Government Department of Education and Training, the states and territories, teacher regulatory authorities and the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare (AIHW).
You can find more information about the ATWD initiative on the AITSL website.
If you have any queries about this survey, please contact ATWD via email at email@example.com.
If you would like to opt out of any future communications about the ATWD Teacher Survey from the TRBWA, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Your privacy is protected
The ATWD complies with all relevant legislation. No personal information is included in the ATWD Teacher Survey and individual teachers cannot be identified.
Outcomes from the ATWD initiative
Visit the ATWD reports page on the AITSL website, for reports and findings from previous surveys, and further information about the ATWD initiative.