Welcome to a selection of online professional learning opportunities available to DoE staff.
Here you will find options suitable for everyone and where noted, specific audience selections.
Understanding diversity and inclusion practices in the workplace:
These two courses are licensed for use by all DoE employees and have a Certificate of Completion. The course is accessed through Canvas with your DoE employee username and password.
SBS Inclusion Program – Core Inclusion Course
SBS Inclusion Program – Culture Course
ITS have a dedicated webpage for professional learning. The online learning opportunities are self-paced and feature a wide range of Microsoft applications and resource commonly used in our Department.
Grow your skills for working collaboratively online and maximising the potential for using technologies in everyday life.
Visit the page now: ITS Self-Paced Professional Learning page
“Our Values reflect what we stand for, guide our decision making and underpin all aspects of our work”
Professional Learning here explores each of the Department’s Values through a self-reflection approach. The activities and resources highlight how we can promote shared understanding of the Values and their meaning, and integrate values-based behaviours in the way we interact with others.
Look for the activities and resources on each Values page listed below.
These online WHS programs have a purpose in preventing and minimising injuries and illness in schools and departmental workplaces. The topics below are self-paced, online training modules.
Get started by selecting a link below which takes you to the Course Canvas page – you can log-in using your @education.tas.gov.au email address.
Trauma Informed practice:
Unpacking the Good Teaching Trauma Informed Practice guide (online workshop) presented by DoE PSS and Inclusive Practice Team (formerly RSST)
Disability Standards for Education
Supporting school-aged students on the autism spectrum
Just register and log in for free
Teaching Staff and Educational Support Specialists are encouraged to visit the Teaching Learning Centre