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SA Public Education Workload Solutions Forum- Hosted by Educators SA

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SA Public Education Workload Solutions Forum- Hosted by Educators SA

For Educators employed by the Department for Education 

We Need Your Voice – You Can Make a Difference!

We want to get your ideas about how we can shift workload to make our roles more fulfilling and enjoyable.  We want to capture what makes being an educator, great!

If you work for the Department in a school, preschool or other setting then we need you to attend this workshop!

We are working with the Department and the Minister as part of the Department’s workload strategy.  They have a real commitment to take positive action and we think it’s important that association members have a big say in this.  We believe the answers to how to improve workload best come from you and your colleagues.

What challenges do you face?
What moments bring you joy in your work?

Join us for a dynamic session hosted by Educators SA at the EDC, Hindmarsh, where we'll collect your perspectives and relay them directly to the DfE.

Whether you're an early career educator, a seasoned professional, a support officer, leader, director, principal, or any other role in education, we need YOU!

Event Details:

Date: Thursday, 20th June
Time: 4:00 pm - Afternoon Tea
Workshop: 4:30 pm - 6:30 pm
Location: Education Development Centre, Hindmarsh
Online Option: Available

There’s no cost to attend, and refreshments will be provided for those joining us at the EDC.

This is a fantastic opportunity to ensure your ideas and experiences are heard – don't miss out!

If you have any questions, contact Educators SA on 84635875 or 

Online Participant Requirements
As this is an interactive workshop, if you choose to participate online you will need the following equipment:
- Functioning video-camera
- Microphone on your device
- Speakers on your device
- Stable internet connection
- Zoom downloaded to your device

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