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CPTAV July Professional Learning. Wednesday 29 July. Register now.

Join us at the CPTAV forthcoming professional learning event on Wednesday 29 July 5.00 to 6.30pm at Graduate House. Register here.

This valuable evening will consist of three key components:
 
DET's strategic agenda for priority cohorts
John Stone, Director, Cohort Strategy Branch, Department of Education and Training
Until recently a school principal, John now leads the DET`s strategic agenda for priority cohorts such as Aboriginal children and young people, refugees, children in out of home care or vulnerable to harm. In this presentation John will outline the work of the unit and the development of integrated cross-portfolio strategies to improve outcomes for priority population cohorts.

PLUS

A VCAA update
David Howes, Executive Director, Curriculum
The next iteration of AusVELS is almost upon us, VCE reviews are well underway in some subjects with other due next year…in this presentation David provides an overview of key VCAA developments.

PLUS

Hear from a representative of the SPP Advisory Group
Learn of the latest discussions between the Department of Education and Training and the SPP Advisory Group.
Don’t miss this opportunity to be abreast of education developments and of course CPTAV members will be provided with the opportunity to ask questions of guest speakers and with time to network.

Register now for this free CPTAV 29 July event.

CPTAV members will be provided with the opportunity to ask questions of guest speakers with time also available for valuable networking.

 

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Professional Teaching Associations Events

Wed Jul 29 @ 5:00PM - 06:30PM
CPTAV July Professional Learning

The Council of Professional Teaching Associations of Victoria (CPTAV) is the peak body representing professional teaching associations throughout Victoria. The Statewide Resource Centre is within Carlton Primary School located in Palmerston Street, Carlton. 
The CPTAV provides professional learning, resources, mentor and support for professional teaching associations throughout Victoria. Our 36 professional teaching associations members provide expert curriculum advice to Victorian teachers, school communities and government agencies.