Come along for an interactive session with Mal Cook, Director of Neometric, exploring some of the complexities of Christian School recruitment and employment in this challenging and changing time.
This in-person event will commence with a Principal's Sounding Board, to provide critical feedback to CSA, followed by Brunch and then workshop with Neometic.
Christian schools are encountering common challenges in recruiting Christian staff. This session will encourage open discussion among participants to share wisdom and ensure that we are representing Christ well in our communities as a Christian School sector. Australia-wide teacher shortages and declining numbers of self-identifying Christians are magnifying many pre-existing challenges, and risk creating a competitive dynamic among schools for qualified staff. This raises interesting questions which will be explored together under the Chatham House Rule to encourage frank discussion
This is a catered event and you will be provided with the option to specify dietary requirements on registration.
An outline of the program is provided below:
- 8am Principal's Sounding Board
- 9am Brunch
- 9.30am Devotions
- 10am Neometric
Mal Cooke, Heidi Rawson & Martin Main
Mal and his co-directors from Neometric are partnering with several Chrsitian schools (and other organisations) to strengthen the lignment of their boards and leaderships teams. They bring experience from careers in commercial law, human resources and project management and are all trained mediators. They draw on their experiences serving on school and church boards.
Matt Splatt is the head of Primary at Providence Christian College and has recently been appointed as Principal at the college beginning in 2023. A passionate teacher, with a wealth of experience, Matt will be leading the devotions.
Qualify for CPD Hours
This event qualifies attendees for 3 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.
» 6.2 Engage in Professional learning and improve practice
» 6.3 Engage with colleagues and improve practice
» 7.1 Meet professional ethics and responsibilities
» 7.2 Comply with legislative, administrative and organisational requirements
» 7.4 Engage with professional teaching networks and broader communities
All cancellations must be made in writing to the Event Organiser. Unfortunately, no refunds will be issued after 7 days out from the event. Any cancellations made after this date will be charged the full registration fee. 'No Shows' to the event will be charged the full registration fee.
The event program is subject to change and we may not be able to provide prior notice.
Please note that registration fees do not include insurance to cover loss of any fees/deposit through cancellation of your participation in the event or through cancellation of the event itself.
A full refund will be issued if the event is cancelled by the organiser (CSA) due to COVID-19 restrictions or any other reasons out of the organisers control.
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