Upcoming events

21
Feb
2019

Education Law & Policy In South African Schools| PRETORIA

02-21-20198:00 am - 02-22-20193:30 pm
This is an interactive and innovative workshop that is simple but powerful for applying proven Education Law and Policy Issues. Educational Law is a critical piece of the education conundrum.
Principals reference law books on a daily basis in order to address the wide range of complex problems in the school system.
A principal’s knowledge of law issues and legal decision-making are essential to provide effective feedback for a successful school.
The purpose of this course is to express the significance of Education Law and Policy in South African Schools.
21
Feb
2019

Effective Curriculum Management & Delivery Strategy |POLOKWANE

02-21-20198:30 am - 02-22-20191:00 pm

This Practical and Interactive Course is unique because  its as much about Learning tools and techniques as it is about sharing key challenges, specific concerns, receiving feedback and support with others in similar predicaments. The course is an Intensive, Interactive, Participatory workshop with Skills Development and Intervention learning experiences for long-term, effective change. It is designed and delivered by Experienced Curriculum Management Experts and Leaders who have Mastered and Implemented the Topics they  present.

School Management Team who wish to Develop Confidence in their Curriculum Management Capabilities and who wish to project impact an Effective Curriculum Management Style should attend this seminar. For those who want to harness their current strengths in Curriculum Management and foster further critical skills, this course is A MUST!

 

28
Feb
2019

Strategies to Address Bullying & Cyberbullying| CAPE TOWN

02-28-20198:00 am -3:30 pm

Bullying and Cyberbullying do not affect only the children who are targets of this aggression. It impacts an entire School, affecting the way Teachers teach, the way students learn, and the School community’s confidence, trust, and safety.

This workshop will help School Personnel recognize the signs of bullying; create a safe school environment; and help the child who is using bullying behaviors, being targeted, or witnessing bullying as a bystander.

01
Mar
2019

Conflict Management in School| CAPE TOWN

03-01-20198:00 am -3:30 pm

Our differences define our uniqueness – nationality, culture, gender, beliefs, values and our behaviours. From a very early age, we are aware of those differences, with siblings and peer groups. We may have different abilities, talents, and levels of attractiveness or interest. Those differences define mankind, allow progress and contribute to the dynamics of the world. 

We are also aware that those differences contribute to conflict in our world. Each of us is likely to experience some degree of conflict, be it personal, professional, national or international.

Each of us has our own unique window on our world, fashioned by our socialization and our place in history. We have our own needs, defined by our values and beliefs. When needs are not met, or are denied to us, we are in conflict. 

This course offers an understanding of the nature of conflict and structures, which enable the participants to negotiate a solution.       It aims to remove the mind-reading syndrome, which often accompanies conflict, and to replace it with open communication, trust and respect and a simple structure, which allows all parties to reach the magic of win–win.

 

07
Mar
2019

Strategies to Address Bullying & Cyberbullying| DURBAN

03-07-20198:00 am -3:30 pm

Bullying and Cyberbullying do not affect only the children who are targets of this aggression. It impacts an entire School, affecting the way Teachers teach, the way students learn, and the School community’s confidence, trust, and safety.

This workshop will help School Personnel recognize the signs of bullying; create a safe school environment; and help the child who is using bullying behaviors, being targeted, or witnessing bullying as a bystander.

07
Mar
2019

Financial Management for School Leaders| PIETERMARITZBURG

03-07-20198:00 am -3:30 pm

Financial Management Capacity of Principals & SGB course is designed to give Participants the necessary financial knowledge and skills in order to understand and Implement Financial Management Principles. These principles include the understanding of Financial statements and Legal issues, Planning, Controlling and Organizing. It also includes financial accounting.

This workshop will be delivered using a three-tiered approach. The structure of each session is as follows: Technical overview and review of research into the topic area under discussion; Practical application of management principles in the review of case studies; Discussion of outcomes and implementation problems