Professional Learning can be a great way to build knowledge, skills and confidence around inclusion. With the wide variety of professional learning opportunities available including conferences, webinars, workshops and other online forums, it can be difficult to choose which opportunities to invest in. When choosing professional learning sessions for yourself and your team, consider the following questions:

  • Have you identified any specific professional learning needs in your QIP or SIP?
  • How will the knowledge gained be implemented in your program and practices?
  • What opportunities will be available for the knowledge, skills and ideas to be shared with other team members?
  • Is there a professional learning opportunity available that will ‘stretch’ team thinking and challenge ideas and practice?


     

Early Childhood Australia Learning Hub Modules

Early Childhood Australia Learning Hub Modules

The ECA Learning Hub offers easy to use, quality online professional learning resources for educators and other professionals working with young children (birth to eight). Costs involved.
 

Narragunnawali Webinars

Narragunnawali Webinars

Joining us for a Narragunnawali webinar is a great way to meet members of our team, hear stories from guest speakers, and engage with core insights around reconciliation in education, no matter where you are! Narragunnawali webinars are free and registration is simple, whether you choose to join from your work or home computer.

Triballink Early Years Cultural Learning Portal

Triballink Early Years Cultural Learning Portal

The TribalLink Early Years Cultural learning portal is exactly what it sounds like! Its full of opportunities to learn about First Nations cultures around Australia. The content is updated regularly with new and exciting things to learn and do. Watch videos on how to make "Lemon Myrtle tea", to how to make a "picci basket"! 

 Quandamookabajara Educating on Sacred Ground

Quandamookabajara Educating on Sacred Ground

This link offers support and training for educators in the Bay Islands, Redland Bay, Wynnum Manly and Bayside areas, around embedding Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander perspectives.

Free NAPCAN Mandatory Reporting Training

Free NAPCAN Mandatory Reporting Training

This free 3 hour workshop covers essential knowledge for anyone who has anything to do with children and young people either indirectly or directly.
 

Trauma, Refugee and Incidental Counselling Training

Trauma, Refugee and Incidental Counselling Training

QPASTT is a specialist, state wide service supporting the recovery of people who have survived torture and trauma as part of their refugee experience. They offer a range of psychological, physical, advocacy and capacity building services to provide a holistic approach to health and wellbeing to individuals, families and communities. 


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Professional Learning Disclaimer
This page provides a listing of professional learning relating to inclusion which may be of interest to educators, Inclusion Support QLD aims to list inclusion-related, high quality professional learning from reputable sources on this page, however Inclusion Support QLD cannot regulate or guarantee the quality or accuracy of details, and relevance of events listed.  Please note, information on this page is obtained from a range of external suppliers and Inclusion Support QLD is not responsible for any errors or omissions.  All content on this page is shared here for information purposes only and Inclusion Support QLD does not endorse or promote any specific event or organisation listed on this page.  Early Childhood and Child Care services should use their own professional judgements when deciding what professional learning will best suit their needs.

To suggest a professional learning event for inclusion on this page please email: inclusionsupportqld@ku.com.au