Free PD in Gippsland – some places left!

There are still a few places left in our VCAL community partnership teacher PD workshops. The Victorian Responsible Gambling Foundation will also present on the day! Be quick, registrations close soon!   VCAL community issues and partnerships, Leongatha Mon 22nd May, Sale Tues 22nd May, 10am-2:30pm Free teacher PD including CRT costs, catering, class resources and […]

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Join the PTD team

We are seeking a civics teacher to join the Victorian Electoral Commission as our new Education and Electoral Inclusion Officer. In-school experience as a classroom teacher is really important in the role. So, we are putting the call-out to our favourite teachers: you, and the other Passport to Democracy educators! Check out the details below (or through the […]

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Free Gippsland teacher PD days: CRT costs covered!

Join our free PD workshops for teachers of applied learning and VCAL in Gippsland East and South Gippsland on Monday 22 May (Leongatha) and Tuesday 23 May (Sale), 10:00am-2:30pm. Inclusions: CRT costs catering hands-on activities for VCAL community partnerships resources from integrated unit for PDS and Literacy Skills (PTD: Partner Up) PD certificate. Click here for Leongatha and here […]

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Youth Parliament teams 2017

How can your students be involved? Easily! 1. In teams of 6, choose 3 community issues they care about. 2. State the change they want to see. This will become their ‘bill topic’ . 3. Fill out their ‘bill topics’ into this YMCA 2017 Youth Parliament application form. Submit by 17th March! (Pssst: activities in […]

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Youth Commissioners wanted

Give your students the chance to have a say on issues in education, employment and transition for young people today. through expressions of interest for The National Youth Commission (NYC) on Youth Employment and Transitions. Your students can become Youth Commissioners, NYC Advisory Group members, or NYC Youth Ambassadors for this independent national ‘citizen’s royal commission’ inquiry. Why do we recommend […]

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