Hosted by MSATPD, these meetings are an opportunity for us to all keep in touch, discuss concerns, share ideas and make plans!

Please add to your calendar if you wish to join!

2023 dates TBC

Here you will find a list of FREE Professional Development sessions run by MSATPD trainers, for MSATPD trainers.

If you are interested in sharing your skills and knowledge with your fellow trainers, please contact Blair.

  • Taking expressions of interest for CPR on a Saturday at Clayton
  • Taking expressions of interest for mental health first aid on Zoom

Enter your list of PD ideas and share with your fellow MSATPD trainers at AnswerGarden  Don’t forget to refresh!

  • Waiting for the TAE40122!
  • Updating Dip & Cert 3 ECE course materials
  • Updating Ed Supp course materials
  • Adding trainer-written articles to our blog ($200 per article, min 500 words, contact office if interested)
  • BSB30120 Certificate III in Business has been added onto scope!
  • Adding IT quals onto scope
  • Adding Project Mgt quals onto scope
  • Setting up ‘discount codes’ through the website for promotions
  • Creating a learning culture – if you are interested in developing and delivering PD sessions to your fellow trainers, please get in contact with us. These are paid at $400, roughly 4 hours of prep (pwps, handouts, etc) and 2 hours delivery via Zoom.

All staff, students, title holders, contractors, volunteers and University Council members must observe the principles and expectations
encompassed in this Code of Conduct (Child Safe Standards) (the “Code”) and the Child Safe Standards Framework (persons herein
referred to as ‘individuals’).
This Code outlines appropriate standards of behaviour towards children and in the company of children for all individuals acting for or on
behalf of the University and our reporting obligations. A child is any person under 18 years of age.
The Code serves to protect children, reduce any opportunities for abuse or harm to occur, and promote child safety both at the University
and in the community in which we participate. Such harm may occur in the form of physical abuse, sexual abuse, emotional abuse and
Where an individual breaches the Code, the University may take disciplinary action, including in the case of serious breaches, summary
dismissal or exclusion from the University, or termination of contract.
The University requires all individuals to comply with this Code of Conduct and the Child Safe Standards Framework.

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