The Victorian Academy of Teaching and Leadership (the Academy) has reached another exciting milestone with the
Minister for Education Natalie Hutchins
officially opening its centre in Mildura on Friday 1 September.
The new centre is located at 97 Seventh Street, Mildura, and includes two learning studios, a design thinking space and two remote learning studios. The centre, which is run by a local team, will support the needs of teachers and school leaders across Victoria’s Mallee region.
“Opening this beautiful facility in Mildura is another step towards supporting equitable access to high quality professional learning for teachers and school leaders in regional Victoria,” said Academy CEO, Dr Marcia Devlin AM.
The Academy’s Mildura centre is one of seven Academy regional centres to open this year, with others located in Bairnsdale, Ballarat, Bendigo, Geelong, Moe, and Shepparton.
The Academy’s regional centres offer local teachers and school leaders the opportunity to collaborate, learn and develop new skills with a range of learning initiatives, programs and events dedicated to leadership and teaching excellence of the same high quality professional learning as the Academy’s centres in Melbourne.
More than 5,000 rural and regional educators have benefited by visiting the Academy’s regional centres since the start of the year. This number is expected to double by the end of the year.
For more information, visit Victorian Academy of Teaching and Leadership