Professional Learning

 

Anglican Edcomm is a registered provider of accredited professional development through the NSW Education Standards Authority (NESA) . We offer a range of professional learning opportunities designed to equip Christian teachers in Anglican schools in their task of teaching Christianly. We also support chaplains and school governors in their specific roles.

 

Events

Agora

The Christians in Teaching Conference

The Integral Project Dinner

 

Professional Learning Workshops

Our workshops are tailored to support school professional learning programs and can be customised to meet a school’s individual requirements. As part of our consultancy service, Anglican Edcomm can assist schools to explore their PL needs and design and deliver specific professional learning activities.

 

Biblical studies curriculum design: less is more? - 6 hours

What if Learning: connecting Christian faith and teaching – 6 hours

Hospitality and Intercultural Language Learning: reimagining the language classroom – 2 hours

History in the primary years: contestability of historical sources – 1 hour

 

Click here to enquire about a professional development workshop

 

Consultancy

The Anglican Edcomm team is equipped to offer customised consultancy to Anglican schools in the following areas:

 

Biblical studies and chaplaincy

Developing an authentic whole school Christian education

Integration of faith and teaching

Mentoring: Early career and pre-service teachers

In-school research

School leadership

School Governance

 

Quality Teaching Council (QTC) Registered Professional Development

Anglican Edcomm is endorsed to provide QTC Registered Professional Development for teachers accredited at Proficient level in NSW.

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Participation Requirements For Anglican EdComm Courses: 

In order to be eligible to receive the QTC Registered Professional Development hours and have these recorded with NESA, and to receive an Anglican EdComm certificate of participation, all components of an Anglican EdComm professional learning course, conference or online activity need to be completed. This includes:

  • attendance for the entire duration of the activity/event, including signing on and recording your individual NESA number
  • appropriate participation including engaging fully with face to face or online activities.
  • completion of pre, post and online tasks where applicable

 

Not fully meeting the participation requirements may result in professional learning hours not being registered with NESA and/or the participation certificate not be awarded.