Professional Learning at Bastow

by | Feb 21, 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.
See Bastow for information on the full suite of programs, courses, professional practice and events. Current opportunities that may be of interest include the following:


International Women’s Day 2019

Join us for a keynote by Mariam Issa, followed by a panel discussion with diverse speakers looking at the important role education plays in providing opportunities for girls and young women.

Thursday 7 March, 5 pm to 7pm
North Melbourne and online
Registrations close 28 February
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Bricks and Mortar

Gain technical leadership and training in school asset management, including planned and reactive maintenance, compliance and safety requirements, cleaning, rolling facilities evaluation, joint use agreements and school capital works procedures.

Commences from 22 February (multiple regional intakes)
Registrations close from 20 February
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Leading Literacy for Networks

Delivered by literacy master trainers in local network settings, Leading Literacy for Networks provides an opportunity for participants to learn, discuss, collaborate and apply effective literacy teaching and learning practices.

Commences from 30 April (multiple regional intakes)
Registrations close from 15 April
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Partnering to Improve Learning

This course explores strategies for strengthening and building your schools relationships with families and the wider community, including community agencies and services, local businesses and philanthropic organisations.

Designed for vertical school teams of up to three people, including a member of the principal class and one to two staff members (who may be school improvement team members or community liaison staff).

Small schools are welcome to participate in teams that include at least two principals from the same network.

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