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NEW EYLF 2.0 Principle - Collaborative Leadership and Teamwork

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*** This webinar is a repeat presentation of the sessions held in May 2024**


Join us for a free 45-minute webinar where we delve into the latest principle of the Early Years Learning Framework (EYLF 2.0) Collaborative Leadership and Teamwork. Collaborative leadership and teamwork are built on a sense of shared responsibility and professional accountability for children’s learning, development, and well-being.

In this webinar, you’ll:

  • Gain insights into the importance and practical application of collaborative leadership in early childhood settings.
  • Learn effective strategies for fostering teamwork among educators, promoting a positive culture.
  • Unpack the new concepts of peer mentoring and shared learning.
  • Uncover how you can promote a ‘community of practice’ approach in your service.


Date: Tuesday, July 23rd, 2024
Time: 10.00 am - 10.45 am AEST
Mode: Live Webinar
Cost: Free


Can't make the webinar? - With our 'watch it live or watch it later' guarantee, you'll automatically receive a link after the webinar to enable you to watch the recording.


Target Audience: Teachers / Educators, Leaders and Managers working in LDC, FDC, Preschool, Kindergarten and OHSC.
Format: Live interactive webinar
Presenter: Adrian Pattra-McLean
Certificate: No
Single Use or Sharable: Sharable with your immediate team.
Recording Sent: Yes automatically
Handouts Sent: Yes automatically

About the presenter:

Adrian Pattra-McLean is a professional Educator and the Education Director of Farran Street Education. Adrian has been involved in adult education for the past 20 years. He holds a Bachelor of Education and a Master in Educational Psychology. He has previously managed large groups of Early Learning Services and, prior to that, worked in HR for a large Australian law firm. Adrian has worked with a range of Children's Services organisations, providing them with the tools to improve their competency and learning frameworks while creating a culture of continuous learning. For the past 20 years, Adrian, together with his family, has run a small long day care service on Sydney’s lower north shore.

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