Upcoming events

24
Aug
2017

Role of SMT in Curriculum Management| Cape Town

08-24-20178:30 am - 08-25-20171:30 pm

The purpose of curriculum management is to help ensure that all learners will get the most out of their education. The more global goal of curriculum management is for learners to use all the knowledge and skills they have learned to contribute to society in a meaningful and beneficial way.

 


 

 

 

07
Sep
2017

Education Law & Policy Issues| Durban

09-07-20178:30 am - 09-08-20171:30 pm

This workshop   is   about   understanding,   and Managing the requirements of education law, policy, planning, school development and governance, and the changes which schools must implement and manage.


 

 

 

07
Sep
2017

Excellent Customer Service for Admin Staff, Secretaries & PAs| Durban

09-07-20178:30 am - 09-08-20174:00 pm

Providing good customer service is unquestionably a school’s competitive advantage. Schools who thrive and excel in good customer service achieve higher customer Satisfaction.


 

 

 

07
Sep
2017

Excellent Customer Service for Admin Staff, Secretaries & PAs| Brits

09-07-20178:30 am - 09-08-20174:00 pm

Providing good customer service is unquestionably a school’s competitive advantage. Schools who thrive and excel in good customer service achieve higher customer Satisfaction.


 

 

 

07
Sep
2017

Role & Responsibilities of HODs in Schools| Brits

09-07-20178:30 am - 09-08-20171:30 pm

The programme focuses on school leadership relations between HODs and teachers, this workshop examines the potential of their active collaboration around transformational and instructional matters to enhance the quality of teaching and learner performance.

 


 

 

 

14
Sep
2017

School Discipline & Classroom Management| Pretoria

09-14-20178:30 am - 09-15-20174:00 pm

Many facets of school life have been transformed over the past two decades. Curriculum has changed dramatically, technology continues to be enhanced, and assessment has become far more rigorous. Yet, in many schools, discipline remains much the same.