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Turning Point offers a variety of networking opportunities for education professionals, executives, parent representative and support staff. They encompass a range of topics with a dedication to building skills, information and sharing on:
Event Location: We come to you for your staff and student needs!
We offer open networking, personal and professional development from venues throughout metropolitan and regional areas.
Common locations include Eastern Suburbs, Inner West, Hills District, Southern Sydney, Hunter Region and Wollongong.
Principals, Educators and Professionals: Certificates of attendance will be given as evidence of personal hours of professional learning for Teacher and other Accreditation purposes.
NESA REGISTERED PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
Completing this course will contribute allocated hours of NESA Registered PD addressing 1.2.2, 3.5.2, 4.1.2 and/or 6.3.2 from the Australian Professional Standards for Teachers towards maintaining Proficient Teacher Accreditation in NSW.
(*individual consultations also available)
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|Engaging Student through Motivations: Introducing Youth Maps||We are excited to be introducing a new motivational tool to students of Australia and New Zealand. Extending our current programs and strengths-based assessment tools, Youth Maps offers students, teacher and parents an opportunity to connected passionately with their personal drive and engagement styles. Work within UK schools has demonstrated the impact of this tool, developed by an educator, in schools for staff development and student outcomes.||2|
|Principals/Executive Networking Event||Wellbeing Australia, The Teachers Guild of NSW and Turning Point are pleased to collaborate to bring you an executive forum discussing the questions – How do we reinvent education? How can we build better Schools together?
Kathryn Taylor will moderate a panel of educational professionals including Linda O’Brien (Principal at Granville Boys High School), Darren Cox (Principal at St Philip’s Christian College Cessnock), Dr Paul Burgis (Principal at PLC Sydney) and Linda McNeil (Executive Director at Council of Catholic School Parents). Join us to change the face of education!
Register by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org before 29/03/2018
|Engaging Parents & Community: Supporting Student Transition||Guest Speaker: Jacqui Van de Velde
In this Wellbeing Australia talk Jacqui will provide insight into creating positive Parent Engagement and so continuing dialogue and evolution to collaboration. She will share case studies and experiences of her involvement with a broad range of schools and parent expectations.