Principal's Training and Networking Day
A professional development opportunity for WA Principals to meet, up skill and network as we hear from 3 leaders on; How you can turn a school from acceptable to exceptional? What is practically being done to future-proof the pipeline of teachers into Christian schools?, And what it means and looks like for us to be the body of Christ together in mission?
This in person event is a professional development opportunity for West Australian Principals to meet, up skill and network as we hear from 3 leaders on;
How you can turn a school from acceptable to exceptional?
What is practically being done to future-proof the pipeline of teachers into Christian schools? And
What it means and looks like for us to be the body of Christ together in mission?
Whilst this meeting is primarily for Principals, we invite any school who's Principal is unable to attend send a delegate to represent their school.
For Term 4, we will be joined by:
*CSA's CEO, Dr Daniel Pampuch as he shares candidly on his experience of moving a school from acceptable to exceptional,
*Giles Creelman, on how SCEA are working to engage the next generation of Christian school teachers, and
*Pastor Steve McCready on what it means and looks like for us to be the body of Christ together in mission.
This event immediately follows the Term 4 Principal's Sounding Board - Separate registration is required.
This is a catered event and you will be given an opportunity to detail any special dietary requirements on registration.
Your Host, Dave Stevens
Dave Stevens serves as the Executive Officer, WA and leads the national portfolio of, Modes and Models of Schooling. Dave brings a wealth of knowledge and experience having taught and held leadership roles in a range of schools nationally and internationally. Dave’s knowledge across a broad range of specialist areas, educational sectors and contexts, is evidenced in his ability to develop alternative programs that meet the needs of the students and teachers, whilst addressing the requirements of legislation. His passion for Relational Schools assists all schools in student wellness and retention.
Daniel has over 25 years’ experience in Christian Education. His role spans political advocacy, governance, strategic planning, resource development and service provision. His role centres on assisting schools to retain their Christian distinctive and missional focus, as well as guiding them on pathways to further maturity as ministries and centres of educational excellence. Daniel has served on a range of state and national educational boards and committees. Currently, he serves on the Global council of ACSI which supports 24,000 schools globally. Daniel has fellowships with the Governance Institute of Australia and Australian Institute of Management. He is a member of the Australian College of Educational Leaders and a graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors..
Giles is currently completing postgraduate studies and leading the marketing team at SCEA across eight campuses in Perth, with 25% overall growth over the past 18-24 months. He is passionate communicator, educator and leader of teams with significant international experience. With his award winning background in print and broadcast journalism, he is skilled in communications, networking, project management and stakeholder relationships.
Steve is the senior minister at Riverview Church. He was born and bred in Belfast, Northern Ireland and came to Perth after a ten-year stint in Canada (four years in Calgary's Rocky Mountains and six years in St Thomas, Ontario). He finished his doctorate, in the middle of a pandemic, while navigating a transition from a pastoral calling in Canada, and making it to Western Australia to begin ministry. He believes that the Gospel of Jesus Christ can change lives, because it is the power of God that leads to salvation. He says that the Good News about King Jesus is God's explosive power at work, transforming the landscape of history and of our lives, individually and as part of the broader church.
Qualify for CPD Hours
This event will attract CPD hours according to the following AITSL professional teacher standards:
» 6.3 Engage with colleagues and improve practice
» 7.4 Engage with professional teaching networks and broader communities.
With Christian distinctive focus areas:
» 6A Engage in professional learning which aids the development of a philosophy of Christian Education based in Biblical principles, and
» 7B Contributes to the development of distinctive Christian practice in the school, profession and wider community
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