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Unpacking the QIP and Self Assessment Process

29 June | 10:30 am - 12:30 pm

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Are you an early childhood educational leader, manager, nominated supervisor, or approved provider seeking to stay ahead of the game and ensure your centre’s success? Then it’s time to unpack the QIP and self-assessment processes! Our interactive workshop will provide you with practical tools, expert guidance, and a solid understanding of the Quality Improvement Plan & Self Assessment process, enabling you to make informed decisions and take your centre to new heights. Sign up today to unlock your full potential and become a leader in the early childhood education industry!

Learning Outcomes:

  • Increase understanding of what QIP and Self Assessment process should include.
  • Discover some practical tips for creating your QIP and Self Assessment.
  • Interpret the tools available for the process.
  • Recognise how to make the QIP and Self Assessment process a part of everyday practice.

Links to NQF:

  • Section 3 part 3 of the Guide- ‘Assessment and rating process’ 

Links to Learning Framework:

Principle: Critical Reflection and ongoing professional learning, Collaborative leadership and teamwork & Practice: Assessment and evaluation for learning, development and wellbeing.

Training Presenter: Sarah Hearne  | Children First Training

Sarah our trainer and facilitator is excited to meet you at one of her training opportunities. When you meet her, you’ll be as excited as her to further grow and nourish your knowledge. Her passion shines as each and every training session is an opportunity for her to also grow and learn from you! She believes that it is vital that we embrace a learning culture with all stakeholders in ECE.


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