ASLA May Webinar 2024 ~ Outline of the ASLA Mentoring Program for 2024/2025 with Dr Nancy Bonfiglio-Pavisich

  • 1 May 2024
  • 7:30 PM - 8:30 PM
  • Online (Hosted via ZOOM)


  • FREE registration is available for Members. Please log in to access.
  • This rate is for Non-Members. If you are a member please log in to access FREE registration or JOIN US.

In this webinar, Dr Nancy Bonfiglio Pavisich will present the 2024/25 ASLA Mentoring program to interested ASLA members

Find out :

What is the ASLA mentor program?
What is the purpose of the mentor program?

What is offered in the mentor program?

How long is the commitment to be a part of a mentee/mentor partnership?

Meeting requirements.

Mentor/Mentee Responsibilities.

We'll share some of the successes of the 2023/24 program and some of the challenges that participants faced.

Members - FREE
Non-Members $40

**Registrations close 48h before the event
**PLEASE NOTE: This counts as Teacher Identified Professional Learning with NESA and TQI and is NOT accredited.
** You must register to receive an access link.

** All delegates will receive a link to the video recording after the event, whether or not you can attend live. This will be accessible for up to 1 month.
** If you attend live you will receive an attendance certificate with the video recording link after the event.

** No cancellations accepted
** Please do not use a non-individual email (eg library@school.com.au) to register - it makes it difficult to track registrations to individuals. Please update your profile before registering if needed and email if any issues.

Please email asla@asla.org.au if you have any further queries.

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