DON’T MISS OUT: Final Days for Registrations to Sir John Jones



Be Inspired with Sir John Jones



 

Time is running-out for registrations to CEP’s exclusive forums with Sir John Jones.

Don’t.     Miss.     Out!


 

The Country Education Partnership (CEP) is thrilled to present internationally-renowned education expert Sir John Jones, who will deliver two workshops in North East Victoria this month.

The first workshop will be held on Wednesday, May 22, at the Wangaratta High School, and will begin in the late afternoon to better accommodate the needs of surrounding schools.

The decision to opt for an afternoon and evening seminar follows feedback from interested school communities, concerning the difficulty of gaining CRT staff and/or implementing a student-free day to allow for professional development.

As such, the workshop will begin at 4.15pm and run through until about 8pm, with passionate educators strongly encouraged to take advantage of this special opportunity.

CEP’s second workshop with Sir John will be conducted as a full-day session involving the Ovens Valley Cluster in Bright on Friday, May 24.

There are limited spots remaining for this workshop.

Bookings must be made promptly.

 


What You Need to Know


FORUM ONE
Who: Sir John Jones
What: Your Path to Inspired Education
Where: Wangaratta High School
When: 4.15pm, Wednesday, May 22
Why: Because you’d be crazy to miss out

 

 Who For: Education Leaders, Educators, Education Leadership Teams, Students, Parents, School Councils, and whole staff teams.

Cost: $100 per person for CEP Financial Members; $120 per person for non-CEP Financial Members (Discounts apply for School Teams).  

Further info: Contact the CEP team via email: admin@cep.org.au

Registrations: Must be forwarded to the same address ( admin@cep.org.au). Please specify group numbers.

To Share: Click here to access an event flyer to share with colleagues.


FORUM TWO
Who: Sir John Jones
What: Your Path to Inspired Education
Where: Bright Football Clubrooms
When: 9am, Friday, May 24
Why: Limited tickets remaining

 

Who For: Education Leaders, Educators, Education Leadership Teams, Students, Parents, School Councils, and whole staff teams.

Cost: $130 per person (Discounts apply for School Teams).  

Further info: Contact the CEP team via email: admin@cep.org.au

Registrations: Must be forwarded to the same address ( admin@cep.org.au). Please specify group numbers.

To Share:    Click here to access an event flyer to share with colleagues.

 


What Can You Expect?


 

Well … where do we begin?

 There is a small and select band of educational professionals in the United Kingdom who have not only had their achievements recognised in the Queen’s New Year’s Honours List, but who are also able to consistently inspire others with their outstanding knowledge, passion and enthusiasm – Sir John Jones is one of them.

Knighted in 2003 for his services to education, Sir John worked most of his professional life in difficult schools across the North West of England. His final position was as head-teacher of a large secondary school in Merseyside; an instition widely considered ‘one of the toughest schools in the UK’.

His achievements and reputation for straight talking, leadership and creativity led him to be invited onto various organizations, panels and think-tanks, including the National College for School Leadership, the DfES’ Leadership Development Unit, the Teacher Development Agency’s National Remodelling Unit and visiting posts with both Manchester and Liverpool Universities. 

Sir John retains a very down-to-earth approach to education, believing it to be about social change, never just about ticking boxes or meeting targets. Covering an impressive range of educational issues from leadership and inclusion to organizational development and ‘futures thinking’, Sir John is guaranteed to inspire and motivate all who are fortunate enough to hear him speak.

Take a look at these clips and see for yourself. 

 

Britt Ditterich

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