1-day professional learning for teams and individual educators

ONLINE – 6 SESSIONS FOR YOUR TEAM TO CHOOSE FROM – LIVE STREAMING FORMAT

 

Escalate your professional development and increase your NESA hours as we move towards 2021 with our Elevate Early Education Conference. Our curated 1-day program has been designed to inspire and energise all levels of early education professionals.

 

Program

Our uplifting program will help you to focus back in on what you and your team do best. Topics include:

 

  • Change your brain, change your life with neuroscience educator Nathan Wallis
  • When can I get off this roller-coaster? How to feel more in control of your time with Early Education Leadership Coach Sarah Moore
  • STEM inquiry with Little Scientists’ Hayley Bates
  • Self-regulation with Associate Professor Cathrine Neilsen-Hewett

And

  • Our popular sessions Play Theory and Vulnerable & Valuable presented by respected CELA trainer Kerrie Maguire

(Note: Vulnerable & Valuable/When Can I Get Off This Rollercoaster sessions run concurrently, STEM/Play Theory sessions also run concurrently.)

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When

Thursday, 26 November 2020

 

Where

Live streaming

 

Who

Our curated 1-day program has been designed to inspire and energise all levels of early education professionals. With a total of 8.5 NESA accreditation hours packed into one inspiring day, attending CELA’s Elevate conference will contribute significantly towards maintaining your team’s Proficient Teacher status.

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Full day service ticket **best value**

Get incredible value with our full day service ticket. Your entire team can attend the whole day with this ticket.

 

Please note: In order to receive a certificate of attendance and/or NESA hours, you will need to provide the details of each team member who will be attending each session and at the end of the session the attendees will need to fill in a survey to confirm they have attended the full session.

 

Members: $450

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Non-members: $550

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Individual session tickets

Want to participate but can’t make time for the full program? Individual session tickets are available in the table below.

Note: You can add multiple sessions to your cart and checkout once at the end. One virtual seat per registration (let’s face it, it can be pretty squishy huddling around a laptop anyway!). Certificates of attendance and NESA hours will only be distributed to individuals registered.

 

Date / TimeSessionBook
Thu, 26 Nov

9.00 – 10.00AM

Change your brain, change your life! (Nathan Wallis) NESA REGISTERED PD

In this enlightening session, neuroscience educator Nathan Wallis explores the inherent ability in everyone’s brain to be able to change the brain’s ‘wiring’ and thereby improve their level of happiness, well-being and overall quality of life.

 

Members: $90

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Non Members: $110

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Thu, 26 Nov
10.15 – 11.45am

Vulnerable and Valuable (Kerrie Maguire) NESA REGISTERED PD

Participants will reflect on the definition of disadvantage and how this impacts on a child’s development, behaviour, relationships and participation.

 

 

Members: $90

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Non Members: $110

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When Can I Get Off This Roller Coaster? (Sarah Moore) NESA REGISTERED PD

Gain knowledge about how to shift your perceptions so that
you can reclaim your focus and attention whilst tuning into your inner calm. By the end of the session, you will feel more in control of your time and feel energised and prepared to end the year positively!

 

 

Members: $90

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Non Members: $110

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Thu, 26 Nov
12.30 – 2.00pm

STEM (Hayley Bates, Little Scientists) NESA REGISTERED PD

An interactive presentation to overcoming barriers to inquiry-based STEM learning. The presentation features STEM inquiry as a tool to grow educators’ self-confidence, self-efficacy and autonomy.

 

 

Members: $90

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Non Members: $110

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Play Theory (Kerrie Maguire) NESA REGISTERED PD

This is an essential workshop for those wanting to better enable themselves to respond to behaviour through more playful interventions.

 

 

Members: $90

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Non Members: $110

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Thu, 26 Nov
2.15 – 3.45pm

Self Regulation / Behaviour – “But I had it first …”: (Associate Professor Cathrine Neilsen-Hewett) NESA REGISTERED PD

The Role of Self-Regulation in ‘Controlling the Climate’ of the Early Childhood Context. Providing the support that children need to build self-regulatory skills at home and in early education programs is one of an educator’s most important responsibilities.

 

 

Members: $90

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Non Members: $110

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Have a question?

Please contact CELA on 1800 157 818 or training@cela.org.au

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 Our curated 1-day program has been designed to inspire and energize all levels of early education professionals.

Meet the facilitators

Nathan Wallis is a father of three & foster parent with a professional background in child counselling, teaching and social service management.
He lectured in Human Development at the University of Canterbury, Christchurch, New Zealand and was also a board member and senior trainer with the national body responsible for the dissemination of neuroscientific research to professionals.
He has developed a reputation as a lively and engaging speaker who uses humour and plain language to make this complex topic come to life.

Sarah brings enormous energy and passion to everything she does. She is a highly motivated and passionate Certified Leadership Coach, Neuro-linguistic Practitioner and Conversational Intelligence® Coach.
With over 25 years of leadership, training and development experience in the UK and Australia, Sarah is known for her practical leadership programs that support people to create extraordinary results and to BE leaders worth following.
Sarah has studied under Judith E. Glaser, organisational anthropologist and specialist on Conversational Intelligence® to bring contemporary neuroscience based tools to her coaching, training and consultancy.

Hayley has taught across continents from preschool to tertiary level. Her sheer joy of discovery and passion for professional development makes her the perfect person to run the Little Scientist’s House Certification program.

Cathrine is the Academic Director of the Early Years and the Director of Pedagogical Studies, Early Start at the University of Wollongong. Her current research projects focus on quality early childhood education and care environments, integrated service delivery, promoting children’s self-regulation, and enhancing access to early childhood education and health services. Since joining Early Start at the University of Wollongong, Associate Professor Neilsen-Hewett has taken a senior role in key, large-scale intervention and evaluation projects focusing on educator knowledge, practices and experience. She pioneered the delivery of the Learning for Early Education, Development and Advocacy (LEEDA) professional development program that is currently the focus of multiple evaluations across New South Wales and Victoria.

Kerrie has been working in children’s services for over 20 years. Kerrie’s focus is on practice, programming, documenting, effective communication and team building.
She is a highly experienced facilitator who has successfully delivered training across a range of methods such as face-to-face and webinar. Combined with a deep understanding of the National Quality Framework, Learning Frameworks and Supplementary regulations, she possesses the ability to provide effective one-on-one advisory support, mentoring and training.

Previous Online Conference Feedback

I found the whole self regulation topic very interesting. It made me look through a different lens. In particular encouragement vs, praise very interesting. The effect of rewards and the fact that it may stop children from trying if they don’t think they can do it. So interesting. Thank you
(Self Regulation Attendee)

 

Kerrie, it’s always a pleasure to listen to you, you are inspiring and I always find myself looking through another lens after listening to you. Thank you
(Online Conference Attendee)

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Community Early Learning Australia (CELA) is endorsed to provide NSW Education Standards Authority (NESA) Registered Professional Development for teachers accredited at Proficient Teacher Level. These courses appear in the program as NESA Registered PD and contribute to the required hours for teachers to maintain accreditation at the proficient level.

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