Events

Principals Australia Institute provides professional learning events to help you get started and during implementation.

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  1. 25 May
    NSW
    Wollongong
    Relationships, Belonging and Inclusion - MindMatters Implementation Support - Wollongong - NSW

    The Implementation Support Forum brings together schools to discuss their implementation of mental health and wellbeing plans. Opportunities will be provided to highlight a range of new resources to support this work.

  2. 25 May
    NSW
    Online
    Webinar - Engaging the disengaged student - MindMatters Implementation Support Meeting - NSW

    This Implementation Support Forum brings together schools to discuss their wellbeing plans and highlight how we can engage our disengaged students. Many of our youth are juggling many risk factors and may need additional support to empower them to move forward and reconnect with their learning. How can belonging and connectedness empower students to reengage?

  3. 29 May
    QLD
    Gladstone
    MindMatters Implementation Support Forum

    These wor kshops provide an opportunity for sharing of experiences in implementing MindMatters. In addition to building networks and collegial support, these workshops also provide additional professional learning and support from MindMatters staff to enhance the implementation process.

  4. 29 May
    QLD
    Gladstone
    MindMatters C1

    This event familiarises participants with the target areas of Component 1 focusing on a school community that promotes mental health and well-being, and developing respectful relationships, belonging and inclusion. It also considers whole school staff processes and prepares participants to effectively deliver the professional learning to the staff group.

  5. 29 May
    ACT
    Canberra
    MM - Implementation Support C2

    This event offers schools the opportunity to work through the MindMatters Component 2 online modules with the ACT coordinator present to offer support and answer all your questions. We require each participant to have a MindMatters account and to bring their own laptop/ tablet with them for the session. The session should last 1 and a half hours.

  6. 30 May
    QLD
    Rockhampton
    Implementation Support Forum

    Guest Presenter Lone Pearce, The Australian Psychological Society (8.30am-10am) Join MindsMatter in an interactive workshop focused on supporting the social and emotional wellbeing of Aboriginal children, through the use of a series of animations to communicate key messages about focusing on resilience, the importance of adults taking care of themselves and cultural identity. Implementation Support Forum: These workshops provide an opportunity for sharing of experiences in implementing MindMatter. In addition to building networks and collegial support, these workshops also provide additional professional learning and support from MindMatter staff to enhance the implementation process.

  7. 30 May
    NSW
    Wagga Wagga
    MindMatters Implementation Support - Wagga Wagga - NSW

    The Implementation Support Forum brings together schools to discuss their implementation of mental health and wellbeing plans. Opportunities will be provided to highlight a range of new resources to support this work.

  8. 30 May
    QLD
    Rockhampton
    Facilitating Component 1: A positive school community

    This event familiarises participants with the target areas of Component 1 focusing on a school community that promotes mental health and well-being, and developing respectful relationships, belonging and inclusion. It also considers whole school staff processes and prepares participants to effectively deliver the professional learning to the staff group.

  9. 31 May
    QLD
    Rockhampton
    Facilitating Component 2: Social and emotional learning for students

    This event familiarises participants with the target areas of Component 2 focusing on providing effective social and emotional learning (SEL) curriculum and the opportunities for all students to practice and transfer their social and emotional skills. It also considers whole school staff processes and prepares participants to effectively deliver the professional learning to the staff group.