Effective leaders are learners themselves, engaging and inspiring school communities to build collaborative learning cultures. Staff in Catholic schools are encouraged to engage in professional learning, always seeking innovative and sustainable ways to improve their practice.
Working in Catholic education offers a career path with management and leadership opportunities. With 260 primary schools, and 69 secondary schools, employing over 12,500 principals and teachers, as well as almost 5,000 non-teaching/ancillary staff, full-time and part-time vacancies exist.
In addition, Catholic Education Melbourne employs over 400 staff based in East Melbourne and its four metropolitan regional offices.
The Australian Government Quality Teacher Program (AGQTP) is a Commonwealth program which provides funding to non-government education authorities in each state and territory to improve the quality of education delivered to Australian primary and secondary students.
Principals and teachers need to be accredited to teach in a Catholic school, to ensure the Church's mission and purpose is understood.
Catholic Education Melbourne offers a range of Professional Learning (PL) opportunities. Continuing PL is seen as an essential component of school improvement and staff development.
The Leadership Continuum promotes leadership opportunities for school leaders.
Catholic Education Melbourne is committed to supporting the development of leaders at all phases within the Leadership Continuum.
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