Professional Learning at Bastow

by | Jul 17, 2019 | Bush Voices


Professional Learning at Bastow


 

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:

 

Impact: Emerging Leaders

This eight-month program is designed for emerging leaders who have recently accepted school leadership responsibilities or will soon do so. Develop your capabilities and build a repertoire of practical strategies to improve your effectiveness as a transformative teacher leader.

Starts Wednesday 3 September (Ringwood)
Applications close Friday 2 August
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Numeracy Webinar Series

Hosted by Narissa Leung, the Numeracy Webinar Series focuses on the knowledge and skills needed to better understand and teach the numeracy curriculum. Each 90-minute webinar unpacks specific content areas, proficiencies and high-impact teaching strategies to strengthen your approach to teaching numeracy.

Starts Wednesday 28 August (online)
Registrations close Tuesday 27 August
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Leading for Collaborative Professionalism (Andy Hargreaves)

Andy Hargreaves – an international leader in collaborative best practice – will be beaming in live from Boston for this webinar focusing on the power of collaboration. Learn how to design and implement effective collaboration in your school using learning walks, professional learning communities and school networks.

Starts Friday 23 August (online and Bastow)
Registrations close Thursday 22 August
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Bricks and Mortar: Asset Management

This one-day workshop focuses on day-to-day asset management, with an emphasis on identifying and managing key risks in schools such as asbestos and occupational health and safety training. Develop your understanding of planned and reactive maintenance, compliance and safety requirements, cleaning, rolling facilities evaluation, joint-use agreements and school capital works procedures.

Starts from 18 July (multiple regional intakes)
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School Procurement

This half-day workshop offers an overview of procurement policies, process and risks in the school environment. Through presentations, discussions, case studies and group activities, you will develop the knowledge and skills to manage your school’s purchasing activities more effectively.

Starts from 25 July (multiple regional intakes)
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