webinars

WHAT IS A WEBINAR?

A webinar is a live, web-based conference that uses the internet to connect the individual hosting the webinar to an audience of viewers and listeners from all over the world.

Hosts can show themselves speaking through the use of their webcams, switch to their computer screen for slideshows or demonstrations and even invite guests from other locations to co-host the webinar with them.

Webinar platforms also offer interactive features that the audience can use to ask questions and chat with host. Many people who host webinars include Q&A sessions at the end to answer questions about the content from the presentation

CRTPD and the TLN utilise the Adobe Connect Webinar Tool for all the online sessions and presentations.

The 2020 course guide

Below you will find a list of the courses that will run during the 2020 season.

This course guide will provide you with course titles, descriptions, times, length  and AITSL standards that each course will address. The courses have been divided into collections based around the dates at which they run. Like the 2019 season, many of the courses will run on a Wednesday evening, however in 2020 we are introducing a series of courses that will run during the school holidays. 

Please browse through the 2020 training catalogue and click on the titles of the courses for more information.

To register for these courses please log into your portal

Collection #1 -

TIME:

LENGTH: 60 minutes

DESCRIPTION:

AITSL STANDARDS:

ALL WEBINARS ARE RECORDED AND WILL BE STORED IN THE ON DEMAND CATALOGUE. THIS WILL APPEAR WITHIN TWO WEEKS OF THE DATE OF THE WEBINAR.