This program is recognised as legitimate professional development by the Department of Education and Queensland College of Teachers. As such, it is appropriate to apply for release and funding through your normal school professional development processes.
QuEST is introducing a 3 hour ALL NEW, member-only HAT & Lead workshop. This FREE workshop has been designed by experienced assessors and former state-wide moderators, Rebecca Hack and Cresta Richardson. It has been specifically designed to support members in better understanding the evidentiary requirements of the process.
The workshop focuses on how to plan for certification, including approaches to collecting, collating and annotating evidence. Participants will learn strategies for selecting meaningful evidence and discuss ways to present evidence for easy access and interpretation by assessors. The workshop assumes a degree of prior knowledge about the certification process which can easily be gained through completion of the introductory modules developed by the Department of Education.
This workshop is designed to complement, not replicate, the workshops being delivered by DoE.
Rebecca Hack has 25 years of teaching and school leadership experience. During the first two phases of the HAT/LT pilot Rebecca was an assessor and moderator of the certification process across the state.
Rebecca has worked across primary, high school and special education settings, winning several teaching awards. She is substantively a Band 9 Principal.
At the QTU, Rebecca has been responsible for establishing QuEST, the professional development arm of the QTU. Rebecca is an experienced facilitator, having worked with over 7000 teachers across the State over the last two years
Note Due to social distancing requirements, QuEST courses will have strict limits on numbers. Click on your program of choice to see dates, times and venues and to register.