participants in professional learning opportunities
Number of district staff participating in programs, courses or sessions related to collective agreement requirements, provincial regulations and district priorities (Source: Human Resources, 2013-14).
The District delivers a number of programs and courses that arise out of collective agreements, provincial regulations and district priorities. Teachers, custodians, support staff and exempt staff are all given relevant professional learning opportunities, through programs and courses such as the New Teacher Induction Program (NTIP), New Staff Orientation, and Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System (WHMIS) training.
Learning and working environments
Provide welcoming, high quality learning and working environments.
Building capacity through a culture of collaboration and distributed leadership
Outcome: Throughout their careers, all staff are provided opportunities to enhance their professional capacity and leadership within a culture of collaboration.
Why is it important?
High quality teaching and leadership are at the heart of student success. Providing quality education and learning environments, along with supports and services that help students succeed, is a responsibility all District staff share.
Through a culture of collaboration and shared leadership, including regular opportunities for professional learning, each and every staff member contributes to student success.