PARTIAL FUNDING FOR LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT IN schools

EXPRESSION OF INTEREST

Please complete the form and nominate which level of scholarship you are interested in.

NESLI and Women & Leadership Australia are inviting people to apply for a limited but dedicated pool of scholarship funding which will support their participation in one of two powerful school leadership development experiences. When available, the grants are allocated with the specific intent of providing powerful and effective development opportunities for both teaching and non-teaching staff.

Please note: All scholarships are partial scholarships which cover a percentage of the total program fee and will be awarded based on a set of selection criteria being met. Should you wish to discuss the initiative in more detail please contact Alistair Young at the office of the National Industry Scholarship Program, NESLI on 03 9270 9032 or via e-mail at ayoung@asam.edu.au.

A pool of scholarships are occasionally available for both teaching and non-teaching staff to participate in a range of leadership courses. You can register your interest on this page and we will be in touch with you when the grants are next offered.‚Äč

deputy principals leadership colloquium

$3,000 Scholarships Available

The Deputy Principals Leadership Colloquium is an integrated twelve month leadership program that focuses on the critical dimensions of effective school leadership.

Suitable for

Duration

Delivery Format

Senior School Leaders

12 Months

Online

lead and expert teachers leadership colloquium

$3,000 Scholarships Available

The Lead and Expert Teachers Colloquium is an integrated seven-month leadership program designed to address the leadership and interpersonal challenges associated with a leading teacher position.

Emerging and Middle School Leaders

7 Months

Online

Suitable for

Duration

Delivery Format

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