Our capability and personal development programs in leading change, instructional leadership, promoting trust and developing high performing teams are designed to support all educators, from teachers, through to principals and system leaders, as well as corporate services and school support staff, to improve capacity as leaders. They provide an excellent opportunity to gain critical skills and further knowledge, irrespective of career experience.
Leadership for Office Professionals
Leadership for Office Professionals is a nine-month, multi-phase, blended learning program designed to equip non-teaching professional staff with the skills, strategies and leadership mindset to effectively contribute to, and influence, the school improvement agenda within a school context.
North Queensland Middle Leadership Programs 2021
OPEN TO ALL REGIONS - The North Queensland Region’s Middle Leadership Learning & Development Programs (online and face-to-face) 101, 102 and 103 assist teachers through to Deputy Principals gain insights into their leadership style, learn leadership strategies that are transferable across emerging educational contexts and allow them to share their experiences with a network of future leaders.
Graduate Webinars (Dare to Lead™) with Anna Ranaldo
QELi is delighted to partner with Anna Ranaldo, Founder and Director of Collective Courage, to offer 3 Graduate Webinars for Dare to Lead™ Graduates - Courageous Schools: Teaching Vulnerability; Courageous Schools: Creating a Feedback Culture: Empathy vs Sympathy; and Courageous Schools: Clear is Kind – Working with Boundaries .
Practitioner Research Online Program
The Practitioner Research Program will provide you with the skills to design, enact and disseminate robust research relevant to your practice. You will enhance your capacity to engage with research as a critical consumer and in research as a practitioner researcher, and you will enjoy the opportunity to share research outcomes with colleagues.
Research Culture Masterclass
This one-day master class will assist school leaders in meeting the AITSL Principals’ Professional Standard through the Professional Practices of: • Leading teaching and learning, • Developing staff and others, and • Leading improvement, innovation and change. It will focus on the nature of practitioner research and the development of sustainable research culture and evidence-based decision making in schools.
Foundations of Teaching Sprints with Bronwyn Ryrie-Jones
QELi is delighted to invite you to Foundations of Teaching Sprints with Bronwyn Ryrie-Jones. This dynamic one-day workshop provides school and teacher leaders with a thorough understanding of the Teaching Sprints approach to collaborative teacher professional learning