Philosophy in Schools Association of NSW Introductory & Extension Workshops Registration
Dates: 5 September and 19 September 2020

Location: TBC - Innerwest, City, or Lower North Shore, Sydney

Payment: The cost is $610 (full-time students $350) for the two day face-to-face course, which includes subsequent mentorship in the form of personalised, individual feedback following each teacher's submitted 'application and reflection' assessment. The cost also includes morning tea and handouts both workshop days. Each of these three components of the course (Day 1, Day 2 and the 'Application and Reflection' assessment) are discrete NESA-endorsed PD courses, leading to a total of 15 hours of PD upon completion.

Participants who complete all three components of this introductory sequence will be rewarded with a FAPSA Certificate. Please note that certification at this level (plus 6 months of classroom practice) qualifies participants to attend the next level of workshops -- the three Philosophy in Schools Advanced Practice workshops.

Payment can be made by direct debit to the Commonwealth Bank BSB 062498 Ac 10426568,
OR by a cheque made out to the Philosophy in Schools Association of NSW, posted to Dan Smith, Treasurer; Leichhardt Public School; Marion Street, Leichhardt NSW 2040.

Payment must be received in advance of the workshop.
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If you are a secondary teacher, please list your KLA or KLAs, below.
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The workshop's two days will contribute 10 hours of QTC Registered PD at Proficient level. Please provide your NESA number (if applicable)
A few weeks before the course, you will be invoiced for payment. Please indicate an email address to which we can send the invoice.
Once you submit this form, you will not receive an automatic email of confirmation. We will be in touch in advance of the workshop. If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to contact the association via email.
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