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Connecting with your school leadership team; how to influence upwards.
How familiar is this scenario?

We consistently hear that career education and the provision of quality career advice are essential for young people, enabling them to make well informed decisions about further education, training or employment.

Despite all the latest reports and research and the release of a National Career Education Strategy, Career education is not a high priority in my school.

It is not part of the school improvement plan and it doesn't get the recognition it deserves.

We know that in order for a quality career education program to thrive, we need to have the school leadership team ‘on board’.

As a passionate advocate for career education, I want things to change, but how do I do that?

In this session, we will discuss the issues and explore strategies that will help you better connect with the school leadership team and ‘influence upwards’.

A recording of the webinar will be made available to those who have registered to attend. The recording can be accessed for two weeks post the webinar. The recording link is unique to each person who registers and may not be shared.

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Victoria, New South Wales, Tasmania, ACT - 14:00
South Australia - 13:30
Queensland - 13:00
Northern Territory - 12:30
Western Australia - 11:00


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Mar 5, 2020 02:00 PM in Canberra, Melbourne, Sydney

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Rob Nairn
Rob Nairn is an Associate Professor at Edith Cowan University and a Director at the Australian Institute for Teaching and School Leadership (AITSL). He is a Member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors (MAICD), a Member of the beyondblue National Education Initiative Advisory Council and Lead Fellow for Schools Plus teaching fellowship program. Rob has worked in metropolitan and regional Senior High Schools in Western Australia, particularly in low socio economic areas. He is passionate about shaping the direction of educational reform and ensuring that every school has a quality leader who provides high quality education to every young person regardless of their geographic, social or personal circumstances. In 2017 Rob was awarded a Churchill Fellowship to research leadership development.