A total of ninety-six (96) participants registered for the four A Call to Mission programs conducted in Term 1 – 28 NSW/ACT, 23 QLD, 26 WA, 19 VIC/TAS
The venues were Mercy Place, Bardon (Northern), St Joseph’s by the Sea, Williamstown (Southern), Newman Siena Centre, Doubleview (Western - WA) and Mary MacKillop Place, North Sydney (Eastern)
In addition, in early March the first of the two national offerings of A Vision for Liberation was conducted at Campion Retreat Centre, Kew by Jo Hart and Luke Edwards. Thirteen (13) participants made up the group – 4 Victoria, 6 Queensland, 1 SA, 2 Tasmania.
A full report on the Team’s Term 1 Formation activity can be accessed here.
A further 136 staff have been nominated for the six programs being offered in this Term 2. Limited vacancies exist in the Southern and Eastern A Call to Mission programs scheduled for May 16 and 17 and May 22 and 23rd respectively.
The focus of Term 3 is on the A Call to Leadership program which is designed for leaders of teams of people within a school community. Traditionally these would be people in roles similar to Curriculum or Pastoral Care coordination, where the leadership is usually focussed on day to day operational matters. It would also be an appropriate program for aspiring leaders or those who have a significant circle of influence within the school community, regardless of whether they have a formal designated title.Numbers, as listed here, currently provide sufficient opportunity for further nomination to this very important program. Qld: 17; NSW/ACT: 12; Vic/Tas: 14; WA: 3; SA: 7. Please use the new nomination process to provide details of staff you would like to add to this program.