Best Start, Best Life Evening Leadership Series

Learn how to lead your teams into the future with these leadership events coming up in terms 1 and 4, 2024.

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In 2024, the department is delivering new events to support Victoria’s early childhood leaders in their continued implementation of the Best Start, Best Life reforms. As part of this work, we’re introducing the Best Start, Best Life Evening Leadership Series.

The series will provide valuable expertise and advice to service leaders on how to prepare their teams and communities for these nation-leading reforms. Each event will feature highly regarded guest speakers, including leaders in early childhood education and care, researchers, and leadership experts.

This year’s events will be available in-person and online and take place in terms 1 and 4, 2024. They are designed to complement the popular Early Learning Leadership Forums, which are scheduled for terms 2 and 3 this year.

Keep a look-out for further details about these leadership forums, as well as registration details for the Term 4, 2024, events in our leadership series.

Leading for Impact

The inaugural event, Leading for Impact, will take place on Wednesday 6 March 2024 at the Victorian Academy of Teaching and Leadership in North Melbourne, and available online.

The free one-hour session will equip leaders with a vision for Pre-Prep and provide practical advice and expertise on preparing their teams and members for change.

Any service leader within Victoria’s early childhood sector is invited to attend, including:

  • service managers and administrators
  • committee of management members.

Event details

Date: Wednesday 6 March 2024
Time: 6 pm to 7 pm. Registration and refreshments from 5:30 pm.
Platform: in-person (North Melbourne) or online
Cost: free.

To register to attend, refer to the TryBooking website.

Find out more

For more information, refer to Early childhood education leadership events.

For further enquiries, contact Charlene Smith, manager, Practitioner and Leadership Development:

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