Exploring Professional Growth Cycles: A workshop for leaders

Your chance to gain clarity about Professional Growth Cycles (PGCs).

Are you confident in moving staff from appraisal to PGCs? This workshop is a chance for professional leaders to engage deeply with this topic, to network with other leaders and to reflect on how they are supporting their teachers to grow whilst meeting professional requirements.

Professional Growth Cycles came into effect as of 1st February 2021. Professional leaders are experiencing a shift from an appraisal model to considering what a professional growth cycle will mean for their staff/colleagues. This workshop is designed to support and challenge thinking, to provide clarity of requirements, and to offer professional leaders an opportunity to deepen their understanding of PGCs.

Learning outcomes

  • clarify what we know, want to know and need to know about PGCs

  • determine what makes a successful growth cycle in our setting

  • time to think and plan with expert support.

What to expect

This full-day workshop is a must for any leader who is interested in clarifying or consolidating their thinking about Professional Growth Cycles. Leaders will have the opportunity to deepen their understanding of PGC requirements, time to network and discuss PGCs in a supportive, professional group with an expert facilitator. Part of the workshop is dedicated to allowing leaders the opportunity to think, plan and collaborate on what this means for their school/kura/centre.

Who is this course for

  • Principals

  • Senior leaders 

  • Professional leaders (ECE)

Your investment: cost and time

This workshop costs $330 + GST per participant. Morning tea and lunch are provided, as are all resources.

Our Professional Growth Cycles workshop is a full-day workshop.

To maximise learning for all participants, numbers are limited for each workshop. Please register promptly to secure your place.

What others are saying

This is what past participants at the Evaluation Associates Appraisal workshop had to say:

05 May 2022
Canterbury/Chatham Islands

9:30am to 3.30pm, Thursday 5 May Venue: Russley Golf Club, Christchurch

04 August 2022
Taranaki/Whanganui/Manawatu

9:30am to 3.30pm, Thursday 4 August Venue: Palmerston North TBA

07 September 2022
Hawke's Bay/Tairāwhiti Gisborne

9:30am to 3.30pm, Wednesday 7 September Venue: Napier TBA

22 September 2022
Canterbury/Chatham Islands

9:30am to 3.30pm, Thursday 22 September Venue: Christchurch TBA

30 September 2022
Auckland

9:30am to 3.30pm, Friday 30 September Venue: Kohia Centre, Faculty of Education and Social Work, Epsom, Auckland

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