Full course description
Date and time
Day 1: Monday 26 April 2021, 10.30 am to 12.00 am
Day 2: Friday 7 May 2021, 10.30 am to 12.00 am
Online – a Zoom link will be provided 24 hours prior to the event
This learning event is right for you if you are an experienced leader, keen to extend your leadership knowledge and skills.
Contemporary leadership roles in schools have been changing for some time. What was once a focus on the efficient and effective management of the school is now being augmented with responsibility for leading the learning of others. The Head of Department is more commonly named Learning Area Leader and accountabilities are more likely to be aligned to instructional leadership rather than the more traditional models.
Learn about the latest research on contemporary leadership in schools. Identify your strengths and areas for growth.
Discover a range of resources to support your learning.
‘Leadership is never something that any one person excels at. Instead, it is a state of being that requires continuous shifting of skills and practices in a way that allows for the sharing of our strengths, and the strengthening of our weaknesses. Whether we are beginning our first leadership role, or coming to the conclusion of our last, leading like new can always help us keep our leadership fresh.’ Fred Ende
This learning events supports creating best practice toward the following VRQA standard(s):
- Curriculum and Student Learning – Student learning outcomes
- understanding of the latest research on contemporary leadership in schools
- reflection tools to determine your strengths and next learning
- introduction to a range of resources to support your leadership development
- connection with others who have built expertise in this role.
Aine Maher is an Ambassador for Independent Schools Victoria. She designs and delivers customised professional learning programs in the areas of curriculum, teaching and learning and leadership development. Aine is an accomplished presenter, a skilled communicator and, with expertise and experience in independent schools over many years, highly knowledgeable in her field. A dynamic networker, Aine has participated in a broad range of state and national advisory and representative committees giving her access to contemporary thinking and practice in learning design, organisational culture and leadership.