AISWA 2021-2022 Services and Program Guide

Thursday, 25 February, 2021

AISWA 2021-2022 Services and Program Guide 

AISWA creates and delivers high-quality Professional Learning (PL) so that schools can keep up with the ever-changing educational landscape. These PL experiences include school-based training, seminars, hands-on workshops, conferences, network meetings, study tours, online courses, licenced/partnership training initiatives and one-on-one consultation.

The 2021 AISWA 2021 - 2022 Services and Program Guide is now available for viewing and download on the AISWA website: https://www.ais.wa.edu.au/PL 

"Welcome to the AISWA Services and Programs Guide. AISWA plans its Professional Learning opportunities for schools and their teachers, leaders and governing body members, for school improvement and better student outcomes. It is hoped this guide will prompt you to visit the AISWA website regularly for updates on the range of AISWA support and Professional Learning opportunities in 2021-2022. I encourage you to look through this guide, review the offerings that suit your needs and join us to work together for excellence in schools. The path of school improvement is never-ending and one of our roles is to work with schools to support your progress along that path."

Valerie Gould, Executive Director

"Welcome to the new school year and hoping that 2021 is productive for you and all children and young people at your school. This guide presents the range of support for teachers and leaders in Western Australian Independent Schools across all levels of schooling. The opportunities are offered in line with the key agendas of the Alice Springs (Mparntwe) Education Declaration, The Western Australian Curriculum, National Quality Standards and the Australian Institute for Teaching and School Leadership. The breadth and diversity that is available to teachers and leaders provides the opportunity for all students to succeed and thrive at school and contribute to their worlds beyond schooling. I look forward to your participation in the work of AISWA as it serves you this year and beyond." 

Ron Gorman, Deputy Director

 

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