13 January 2022 - 14 January 2022 10am to 4.45pm (AEDT)

Introduction to Advanced Foundation Syllabi Teachers’ Course

A two-day practical course in which participating teachers will gain a greater understanding of the content of the Advanced Foundation syllabi level.

Tutor: Hilary Kaplan


Venue: RAD Australia Studio,
20 Farrell Avenue, Darlinghurst, NSW

This course is also available to attend live via Zoom

To Book:

In Studio Booking https://www.trybooking.com/BTSQP

Live Zoom Booking https://www.trybooking.com/BTSSA


This course is 16 hours of Time-Valued CPD

For more information:

Contact Alison Homer
CPD & Membership Services Manager
E: cpd@rad.org.au 


Key Information

Time Duration Fee
10am to 4.45pm (AEDT) 2 days RAD Member: $420
RAD Faculty of Education Student: $294
Non-RAD Member: $546

Who can attend?

Important Information regarding COVID-19

In light of the current situation with COVID-19, RAD Australia is monitoring government advice and notifications. Please refer to our COVID Health Statement and COVID-19 Safety Policy before booking to attend this event in person.

Should we experience a significant number of withdrawals from this or any event, we may reconsider proceeding with the event or adapt to a fully online delivery. In the event of any cancellation due to COVID-19 entries will be refunded.

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RAD Teachers' Scholarship Fund

If you require support to be able to attend this course RAD Australia has launched a Teachers' Scholarship Fund to increase access to professional development opportunities.
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