CSA/CEN Principals’ Gathering
Leading wisely at a time of uncertainty. A gathering for principals from the CSA and CEN networks. The program will include briefings on the current legislative landscape; a direct presentation from the VRQA’s CEO Jonathan Kaplan and a presentation designed to build understanding of the new CSCPPA, led by the Victorian Equal Opportunity and Human Rights Commission.
The new DET guidelines make it very clear that face-face gathering is to be avoided where possible. As such, this event will now move online. Previously scheduled for a 9:30am start we will begin at 9:45am for a condensed but nonetheless dynamic gathering with a variety of speakers across pressing issues of the moment. Crucially, as last year, this pivot comes with opportunities. Our colleagues in regional Victoria and Tasmania are warmly invited to join what is predominantly a metro-Melbourne gathering.
With presentations from The Victorian Equal Opportunity and Human Rights Commission, the VRQA and a time of questions with our own Director of Public Policy, Mark Spencer and Vanessa Cheng of AACS, this is not to be missed ...and if that's not enough we have the Director of the Centre for Children's and Youth Ministry at Ridley College, Graham Stanton, joining us to lead devotions.
For CSEN participating schools, there will be an online meeting from 2:00 to 3:00pm, with the opportunity to hear updates and news from the CSEN Board Chair.
An outline of the program is provided below:
9.45am Welcome and introductions
9.55am Devotions: Graham Stanton
10.15am Building Understanding of the CSCPPA in Your School Communities: VEOHRC
11.30am VRQA Briefing: Jonathan Kaplan, CEO and Stefanie Veal, Deputy CEO, Schools
12.30pm Victorian Legislative Landscape Panel Discussion: Vanessa Cheng and Mark Spencer
Qualify for CPD Hours
1.5 hours: Engaging and Working with the Community; 1 hour: Leading the Management of the School
All cancellations must be made in writing to the Event Organiser.
The event program is subject to change and we may not be able to provide prior notice.