School-based Professional Development Booking Form

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A 4 page downloadable general enquiry form for PLD’s school-based professional development.

Step 1: Download the PDF booking form above or one of the following options.

Step 2: Complete and submit the paper-based form to [email protected]. Note: This is a provisional booking only.

Step 3: PLD will call you to discuss your booking and confirm your expectations from the session. We will provide you with an invoice for the booking, a 20% deposit will be required to secure the date.

Step 4: Your booking is confirmed once PLD receives the 20% deposit.

 

If you would like to make an instant booking, view our interactive online calendar HERE.

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    Year 3, 4, 5 & 6 Classroom Resources Online Order Form

    Read this quote/order form in conjunction with the Year 3, 4, 5 & 6 implementation page. This document provides a summary of the evidence-based classroom programs and training options for each age range. Access the other 2021 Quote/Order Forms: Early Years Foundation Year 1 & 2 Year 3, 4, 5 & 6 School Leader or […]

    Read this quote/order form in conjunction with the Year 3, 4, 5 & 6 implementation page. This document provides a summary of the evidence-based classroom

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    Year 1 & 2 Classroom Resources Online Order Form

    Read this quote/order form in conjunction with the Year 1 & 2 Teaching Sequence Manual. This document provides a summary of the evidence-based classroom programs and training options for each age range. Access the other 2021 Quote/Order Forms: Early Years Foundation Year 1 & 2 Year 3, 4, 5 & 6 School Leader or Whole […]

    Read this quote/order form in conjunction with the Year 1 & 2 Teaching Sequence Manual. This document provides a summary of the evidence-based classroom programs

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    Early Years Classroom Resources Online Order Form

    Read this quote/order form in conjunction with the Early Years Teaching Sequence Manual. This document provides a summary of the evidence-based classroom programs and training options for each age range. Access the other 2021 Quote/Order Forms: Early Years Foundation Year 1 & 2 Year 3, 4, 5 & 6 School Leader or Whole School See […]

    Read this quote/order form in conjunction with the Early Years Teaching Sequence Manual. This document provides a summary of the evidence-based classroom programs and training

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    Foundation Classroom Resources Online Order Form

    Read this quote/order form in conjunction with the Foundation Teaching Sequence Manual. This document provides a summary of the evidence-based classroom programs and training options for each age range. Access the other 2021 Quote/Order Forms: Early Years Foundation Year 1 & 2 Year 3, 4, 5 & 6 School Leader or Whole School See our […]

    Read this quote/order form in conjunction with the Foundation Teaching Sequence Manual. This document provides a summary of the evidence-based classroom programs and training options

This download outlines how PLD programs link to the ACARA National Curriculum year level content descriptions.

  • School-based Professional Development Booking Form
    PLD’s Alignment to the Australian National Curriculum

    How does PLD align to the Australian National Curriculum?

    In the attached download we have outlined where PLD applies to each year level, the content code and descriptor and the related PLD programs.  

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