Training Manager

About us

Good to Great Schools Australia (GGSA) is a not for profit organisation which drives education reform by supporting Australian education systems and communities to help their schools successfully deliver 21st century programs that meet the needs of all their students.

About the role

The Training Manager plays a key role in developing GGSA’s capacity to drive education reform in Australia through a school support process and direct school support, the role oversees delivery of training and reports to the Chief Executive Officer. The main functions of the role are overseeing training, In school implimentations, training development and acreditiation.

Duties Include:

  • Oversee the delivery of all training into all schools
  • Managing the design of training modules
  • Work with subject matter experts and stakeholders to identify required knowledge, skills and application for modules
  • Ensure a consistent look and feel to all training resources
  • Overseeing review’s Including debrief’s and action improvements
  • Assess professional development impact annually to identify patterns and emerging issues
  • Coordinating school participant’s involvement in training
  • Overseeing Set up of participant professional development, including allocation of training, coaching and assessment
  • Oversight all school professional development plans and sign off on them when first developed that the right roles are doing the right training

Essential Selection Criteria:

  • Ability to consolidate large amounts of technical information into a training story
  • Hold a solid understanding of instructional design and adult learning principles and understanding of different learning methods
  • Highly skilled with Microsoft Office Suite
  • Experience of the Queensland (or other states and territories) education sector; policies, structure, framework
  • Successful delivery of project outcomes in a complex environment including the use of project management methodology and risk management
  • Ability to think strategically through complex issues taking into account the bigger picture and longer-term outcomes
  • Proven ability to develop strong networks with diverse key partners with demonstrated negotiation skills and the ability to sell difficult/contentious concepts

Applicants need to submit a resume and an application letter that addresses the essential selection criteria above. GGSA does not consider applications that do not address the selection criteria. Please note only shortlisted candidates will be contacted and previous applicants need not apply.

Submit your application to workwithus@goodtogreatschools.org.au

Good to Great Schools Australia believe that a child’s prospects are not determined by their ethnicity, location or socio-economic status.