Remote Area Incentive Scheme

​In 1999, Brisbane Catholic Education introduced a Remote Area Incentive Scheme. This scheme was developed as an attraction strategy to encourage teachers to travel to and remain in the five schools in the Brisbane Archdiocese, which are regarded as remote for this Archdiocese (Childers, Gayndah, Murgon, Kingaroy and Nanango).

It is hoped that through the Remote Area Incentive Scheme, teachers will be encouraged to embark upon an educational ministry of teaching in a rural school and assist in providing rural communities with committed and continuing service.

Remote Area Incentive Scheme Procedures document