Principal For A Day®
LocationVictorian government schools
ModeFace to face
CostDET fully subsidised
The Principal For A Day® (PFAD) program, now in its 19th year, operates in government primary, secondary, P-12 and special schools across Victoria. PFAD is funded by the Department of Education and Training, through the Bastow Institute of Educational Leadership and coordinated by the Australian Council for Educational Research.
On Tuesday 3 September, business and community leaders have the opportunity to become ‘a principal for a day’ and gain a unique, first-hand experience of school life.
Participants from diverse backgrounds and geographical locations are able to share their leadership experiences, observations, networks and knowledge.
The program aims to:
- increase understanding and awareness between schools, business and the wider community
- promote the great work that schools do
- provide business and community leaders with first-hand and current experiences of schools
- enable school principals to develop on-going relationships with leaders from other spheres
- increase opportunities for schools and the community to work together in mutually beneficial ways.
School principals benefit from sharing insights on leadership with successful leaders in other sectors; showcasing their school to business and community leaders; and developing ongoing and mutually beneficial relationships for their school and students.
Business and community leaders benefit from sharing skills, ideas and perspectives on organisational leadership; gaining a unique insight into the issues facing schools and the work they do; and the chance to make a contribution to the community.
For more information or to register, visit Australian Council for Educational Research.