Welcome to the fourth edition of the RSAS NESA newsletter.
Most RSAS sites are now well into Term Two of the school year; keeping students engaged and attending is important to continuing gains made in attendance for the rest of the school year. In Tennant Creek, the RSAS team and language center delivered a before school pancake breakfast to celebrate high attendance this term. Parents and carers came along to the breakfast and prizes were awarded to over 20 students in recognition of improvements in their attendance. RSAS teams had the opportunity to discuss school attendance and reaching the RSAS team’s goal of 80% attendance this year.
This month’s webinar will be looking at the importance of goal setting, how to achieve more every day at work and how to work collectively as a team develop and attain shared goals. This session will also help with ideas for achieving personal goals. It will be a great one to go to for ideas on how to break down goals to realistically achieve them.
May has been an exciting month with RSAS Leadership Workshops delivered across WA and new workshops scheduled for NT and QLD. NESA would like to extend a big thank you to PMC and the local RSAS providers who have attended and participated so actively in these workshops. The transfer of information has been so valuable and the feedback from these workshops has been outstanding. The NESA team has worked hard to develop the new RSAS Train the Trainer kit which will be launched later this year. Over the coming weeks our focus will shift to the planning of local RSAS workshops and the further development of the new accredited training units.
The NESA RSAS website will be refreshed throughout the coming weeks and will provide a complete overview of the RSAS Training Strategy Project. Don’t miss this opportunity to put forward new updates on your team or individual staff profiles. For more information on this contact our RSAS Training Administrator on (02) 9119 3029