Emerging Leaders are teachers who demonstrate high potential for leadership. They have the capacity and desire to move into more formal leadership positions within their school. They are looking to develop their leadership skills and deepen their understanding of the drivers of improved school performance. They are most often in the first three to five years of their teaching career.
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Courses for early childhood professionals to support leadership capacity building. These courses are designed for any person who works with children from birth to eight years of age.
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Middle Leaders are responsible for leading teams and include roles such as year level and subject leader, head of department and student wellbeing leader. Some Middle Leaders will not hold a formal leadership position but will influence others by virtue of their expertise and credibility amongst their peers. Middle Leaders set direction and lead and build teams in pursuit of improved student achievement and wellbeing. Their close proximity to the classroom makes them important agents of change.
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Aspiring Principals have a desire to move into a principal role. They perform at a high level in their sphere of influence as an Assistant Principal or Leading Teacher. They have led significant change within schools, proven themselves to be highly effective classroom teachers and have an ability to establish and maintain productive relationships with colleagues, students and parents.
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Courses to maximise the contribution of Education Support staff to student learning.
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Principals at all stages of their careers - from Assistant Principals and New and Early Stage Principals to Experienced Principals and System Leaders.
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