New Professionalism Program


– 108 Scholarships/Grants now across EIGHT CATEGORIES

– via the links below.

Closing dates: 14 July 2006 for teacher aides

11 August 2006 for remaining categories

The New Professionalism program recognizes that employees continue their individual development of understandings and skills that are essential to providing a quality public education system that delivers opportunities for all students.

Teachers, teacher aides, principals, managers, therapists, administrators — it doesn ‘t matter what the role in the many services provided throughout the department – professional development is pivotal to providing a quality service.

The department offers a range of scholarships and grants under the New Professionalism banner not only to ensure the future capability of our people but also to acknowledge and encourage the talents of its valuable employees.

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