Protect professional statusJune 03, 2021
Over the past six weeks, Federation has intervened in, and responded to, a multitude of impending policy changes directly affecting the work of our teachers and principals in schools and in TAFE.
Understand anxiety to support students with disability: new CPL podcastMarch 25, 2021
The CPL Podcast has returned in 2021 with a regular fortnightly release during school terms.
There's nothing casual about teaching: Professional learning and mandatory trainingNovember 27, 2020
There is a fundamental responsibility for schools to support the professional learning of all staff, including casual and temporary teachers.
CPL trials online course deliveryAugust 07, 2020
The health and safety regulations around the COVID-19 pandemic have resulted in the Centre for Professional Learning (CPL) having to suspend faceto- face courses...
Make time for consultationDecember 13, 2019
Cuts to the Department and TAFE and the implementation of Local Schools, Local Decisions and Smart and Skilled have led to many teachers feeling isolated from key decisions in their workplace.
Union's bright futureNovember 14, 2019
Young union members proved to be the embodiment of the theme for this year’s World Teachers' Day — Young teachers: The future of the profession — at a recent conference.
New courses for the CPLAugust 23, 2019
The CPL has developed new courses for members that are being offered in Terms 3 and 4, 2019. Course topics include HSC history, HSC visual arts, technology and statistics for mathematics and science.
CPL keeps Veronica coming backJune 14, 2019
A rural head teacher’s dedication to English has seen her attend every Secondary English Stage 6 Conference in Sydney since the Centre for Professional Learning began conducting them in 2013.
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