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What's Involved?

At a glance:

  • Ten days spaced across the school year
  • The Clifton Strengths Finder Survey and debrief session
  • Allocation of a leadership coach who is a current and experienced Principal (optional)
  • Aligned to the Australian Professional Standard for Principals

Principals Topics:

  • Your role as Principal, your leadership purpose and vision
  • Current and emerging issues for independent schools
  • Developing self and building the leadership capacity of others
  • Leading learning through identifying and planning high quality teaching and learning
  • Leading improvement, innovation and change - changing mindsets, transforming schools; connecting global and local contexts
  • Investigating the adaptive leadership framework
  • Engaging and working with the community - media and reputation management
  • Leading the management of your school - governance, financial and legal issues.
Program Session Dates

All events run from 9:00am - 4:30pm

  • Day 1 - 6th March 2019
    Your role as Principal

  • Day 2 - 7th March 2019
    Current and emerging issues for Independent Schools

  • Day 3 - 8th March 2019
    Adaptive leadership

  • Day 4 - 8th April 2019
    Relational leadership

  • Day 5 - 9th April 2019
    Instructional leadership
  • Day 6 - 5th June 2019
    Financial management

  • Day 7 - 6th June 2019
    Managing risk in a compliance framework

  • Day 8 - 7th June 2019
    Leadership for transformational change

  • Day 9 - 17th October 2019
    Adaptive leadership challenges

  • Day 10 - 18th October 2019
    Media and reputation management
What do participants say?
NSW Education Standards Authority (NESA)
Registered Professional Development





Completing The AIS Leadership Centre Principal Induction Program will contribute 65 hours of NESA registered professional learning addressing 6.1.4 and 6.3.4 from the Australian Professional Standards for Teachers towards maintaining Lead Teacher Accreditation in NSW.