Training Our Future Attention to Community

Training Our Future Attention to Community
25 November 9 a.m.
Attention to Community: Being and Becoming beyond the Centre

Attention to Community:

Being and Becoming beyond the Centre.

An opportunity to explore teaching techniques that strengthen early childhood students' understanding of children's being and becoming on Country and in community. Through deeper attention and enhanced intention, this workshop will offer trainers and assessors insight into how engagement in the community enhances outcomes.

With a special guest, a Wakka Wakka woman born in Queensland and currently living and working in early childhood education on Gadigal Land, we will encounter Country and supporting VET teachers to embed Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Perspectives into their courses.

(Note: this event is designed for deep reflective thinking and collaborative dialogue - numbers are limited to 20)

FAQs

Is this event being held in other states?

Unfortunately no, not this year.

We plan to start in Melbourne, and travel to other places in the new year with additional professional learning opportunities that coincide with the launch of the updated Early Years Learning Framework.

How can I contact the organiser with any questions?

Please contact Henry from Circularity Consulting at circularityconsulting@gmail.com or 0402 11 7326.

What is the refund policy?

30 days from the conference start date you can ask for a full refund via the Eventbrite site.

Do I have to bring my ticket to the event?

Yes. You will receive a confirmation email that you are asked to present on arrival.

Can I bring a device and is there wifi?

Yes please feel free to bring along your device and yes there will be wifi avaliable.

 


Price 350
Venue Unit 4, 18 George Street
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