2-day PLD offered FREE to school staff and members of school boards of trustees through support from the Ministry of Education.
This sought after and core EOTC management PLD is for schools seeking to:
Schools whose staff have not previously engaged with the Ministry of Education EOTC Guidelines (2016) Bringing the Curriculum Alive. This is the underpinning document for EOTC management.
Schools seeking to build capability within their staff to run quality EOTC underpinned by good practice EOTC management.
New Staff to schools or staff new to the EOTC Coordinator role.
Schools seeking support with implementation of current good practice processes.
Schools seeking better understanding of 'Why' and support with 'How' to implement good practice processes.
Dates: Day One – Fri 17 May, followed by Day Two – Wed 12 June
Venue: Turner Centre, 43 Cobham Road, Kerikeri Map
SORRY, THIS WORKSHOP IS ALREADY FULL. Leave your name and email HERE to receive notification and a priority place at a parallel workshop to run during Term 3. Venue and date to be advised early in Term 2.
Dates: Day One – Fri 24 May, followed by Tues 25 June
Venue: Reid Room, Acapulco Motor Inn 19 Rifle Range Road, Taupo. Map
Dates: Day One – Wed 22 May, followed by Tues 25 June
Venue: 151 on London 151 London Street, Whanganui Map
Dates: Day One – Mon 20 May, followed by Day Two – Fri 21 June
Venue: Lower Hutt Events Centre 30 Laings Road, Lower Hutt Map
Dates: Day One - Thurs 6 June, followed by Day 2 – Fri 28 June
Venue: Tim Hobson Room, Antarctic Centre, Orchard Road, Christchurch Map
Dates: Day One – Mon 13 May, followed by Day Two - Fri 28 June
Venue: Otago Golf Club 125 Balmacewen Road, Māori Hill, Dunedin Map
To support understanding of key concepts that underpin safe quality teaching and learning across all EOTC environments through an understanding of the Guidelines;
"So many good resources provided to explore and to guide our review"
"Great to hear current EOTC practices and loved hearing the range of EOTC the tamariki experience"
"A great time to review our policies"
"PLD that supported us to consolidate rationalise the WHY we engage in EOTC, in turn leading to better understanding of process and the need to have good systems in place"