Professional Learning at Bastow

by | Feb 12, 2020 | Bush Voices

The Bastow Institute of Educational Leadership, a branch of the Department of Education and Training, offers leadership professional learning for Victorian primary, secondary and early childhood education professionals.

Visit the Bastow website to browse the range of professional learning available. Current opportunities include:

Bricks and Mortar: Asset Management

Identify and manage key risks in your school, including asbestos and occupational health and safety training. Develop your understanding of planned and reactive maintenance, safety requirements, rolling facilities evaluation, joint-use agreements and capital works procedures.

Multiple regional intakes from 28 February 2020
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Finance Matters

Develop the knowledge and skills to manage your school’s finances in line with Department of Education and Training policy and best practice. Build your technical capabilities in financial management, including taxation, workforce budgets, financial reports and more.

Multiple regional intakes from 19 March 2020
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Literacy Data, Assessment and Practice (Primary and Secondary)

Understand what is needed to promote and maintain a whole-school literacy culture through data. In this online course you will explore the literacy data, assessment and practice that continuously inform instruction to improve literacy outcomes for all students.

Starts from 4 March 2020 (multiple online intakes)
Registrations close from 14 February 2020
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School Procurement

Understand procurement policies, process and risks in the school environment. Through presentations, discussions, case studies and group activities, you will develop the skills and knowledge to manage your school’s purchasing activities more effectively.

Starts from 11 March 2020 (multiple online and regional intakes)
Registrations close from 4 March 2020
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Secondary Literacy Leader Area Workshop

Explore strategies to create a whole-school literacy culture that improved teaching and learning. Support your colleagues to understand the literacy demands of their subject areas and implications for teaching practice.

Starts from 17 April 2020 (multiple regional intakes)
Registrations close from 10 April 2020
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