Come join us for our Term 2, CSA QLD Principals and school leaders gathering held at Carmichael College. The focus of this gathering will be 'learning from experience'.
New Carmichael College Principal, Richard Davies, will share some of his educational leadership journey and some of the things he has learned along the way. Paul Valese, Head of College at Mueller College will also lead a workshop session framed by his journey, last year, when the college came under sustained attack from the Courier Mail and other media.
An outline of the program is provided below:
- 9:00am Arrival
- 9:30am CSA Update, Devotion, Share & Prayer
- 10:30am Morning Tea
- 11:00am Richard Davies' journey & school tour
- 12:15pm Lunch
- 1:00pm Workshop session with Paul Valese
- 3:00pm Close
Host: Andrew Taylor
Andrew Taylor, currently serves as the Executive Officer, Qld and has over 30 years' experience in a range of leadership roles in education and has spent the last 15 years focusing on building capacity in teachers and school leaders. Andrew leads the national portfolio for School Improvement and is an experienced school improvement consultant focusing on building strong foundations that underpin all school activities.
Speaker: Richard Davies - Principal, Carmichael College
A leader in education for 20 years, Richard is currently serving as the Principal of Carmichael College. His experience covers 9 years in senior management and a number of middle management roles, both curricular and pastoral. His experience has been broad including UK, Australia and India. Richard has also worked in schools with some of the most privileged people in society, and to some in the most deprived areas of the world. Richard has plenty of experience in mentoring and coaching, including 2 years working in teacher training, and worked in implementation of 7 new curricula in 4 different countries, again with clear measurable success. He has also coached hockey up to and including international level in both UK and Australia.
Speaker: Paul Valese - Head of College, Mueller College
Deep down, Paul is a Chinese language teacher who has been given the incredible opportunity to serve in leadership in a Christian school. Paul commenced his teaching career in 1991, and, after teaching in the State, Catholic and Lutheran school systems, he settled at Mueller College, a P-12 school of 1800 students on the outskirts of Brisbane. It was in 2009 that Paul, hesitantly, stepped from the classroom to leadership with his first appointment as a Primary School Principal. As a secondary-trained teacher, Paul quickly realised that staff are the heartbeat of a successful school and he needed quality, Christian educators to make the Primary school hum. In 2013, Paul was subsequently appointed Head of College. Mueller College has consistently grown in the past 10 years, highlighting the importance of a team of staff who love Jesus and have a passion to serve.
Qualify for CPD Hours
At the conclusion of this event, a certificate of professional learning will be made available to attendees for self-accreditation via your member dashboard. The event will address the following AITSL standards and newly released Christian Distinctive Focus areas:
AITSL professional teacher and leadership standards:
» 6.2 Engage in Professional Learning and Improve Practice
» 6.3 Engage with colleagues and improve practice
» 7.4 Engage with professional teaching networks and broader communities
» Leading the Management of the School
Christian Distinctive Focus Areas:
» 7B Contributes to the development of distinctive Christian practice in the school, profession and wider community
Want to learn more about the CSA Christian Distinctive Focus areas? Click here.
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