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NESA Endorsed Professional Development Courses 2018

Sydney Rudolf Steiner College offers a range of NESA endorsed professional development courses for all teachers who maintain Proficient Teacher Accreditation in NSW, across a range of disciplines. NESA courses generally take place at the College’s Sydney CBD location, or on site at a school for a whole-faculty PD experience. Teachers must have Proficient Teacher…

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EC01 & EC05 Early Childhood Foundation Course Part-Time and Distance

Are you a parent, carer or education professional who would love to learn about Rudolf Steiner’s philosophy and methods in relation to the very young child? We offer courses that explore the development of children from birth to seven years, with accompanying craft and artistic modules. In 2018 our Foundation Courses are running and are…

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The GAP Project

Sydney Rudolf Steiner College presents The GAP Project, a new 2018 course. The GAP Project is a six-month program for young people who want to discover themselves, engage meaningfully in society, and use their talents and passions to create change and be part of initiatives that have a positive social, cultural and environmental impact. This…

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Distance Education

DE02 Foundations & DE03 Certificate in Rudolf Steiner Education

The Foundations courses in Rudolf Steiner Education involves both philosophical and artistic modules that give you a comprehensive experience of the impulses behind Anthroposophy and of the ideas and intentions behind Rudolf Steiner Education. It  can be studied as an independent course or as a compulsory stepping stone to the DE03 Certificate in teacher training….

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Distance Education

DE02 Foundations in Rudolf Steiner Education

The Foundations courses in Rudolf Steiner Education involves both philosophical and artistic modules that give you a comprehensive experience of the impulses behind Anthroposophy and of the ideas and intentions behind Rudolf Steiner Education. It  can be studied as an independent course or as a compulsory stepping stone to the DE03 Certificate in teacher training….

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CD20172 Creative Discipline 22nd October

Lou Harvey-Zahra, bestselling parenting author, is returning to Sydney Rudolf Steiner College with her inspiring Creative Discipline workshop on Sunday 22nd October, 9.30am-4pm Her workshops and books receive wonderful feedback: ‘I remember being in tears the first time I read your book – what a relief to find a far more peaceful and more effective…

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New NESA Course: Positive Discipline: Effective and Caring Behavioural Management

Completing Positive Discipline: Effective and Caring Behavioural Management will contribute 5.5 hours of QTC Registered PD addressing Standard Descriptors 3.5.2, 4.1.2, 4.2.2, 4.3.2, and 7.3.2 from the Australian Professional Standards for Teachers towards maintaining Proficient Teacher Accreditation in NSW. Course Overview Course Title: Positive Discipline: Effective and Caring Behavioural Management Course Code: NSPD Presenter: Lou Harvey-Zahra Venue: Sydney Rudolf…

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Communicate & Relate | Sydney Rudolf Steiner College

Communicate and Relate with Lisa Devine

Communicate and Relate with Lisa Devine – Enrolments for 2017 are now open.

Through practical exercises, participants will explore effective modes of approaching conflict and communication in meetings, interviews, collegial discussions and parent-teacher interactions.

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New Course: Creative Speech & Drama

Creative Speech & Drama – A weekend workshop with Renate Millonig. Renate Millonig completed her Speech and Drama training with Mechthild Harkness in Sydney. She trained in Chirophonetics workshops with Dr Bauer in Austria, and taught at the London School of Speech formation. Renate completed a BA (theatre arts), Diploma of Education and worked within Aboriginal health contexts. She recently facilitated speech and drama…

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New Course: SPCR2017 Spring Handcrafts Afternoon

Sydney Rudolf Steiner College is very pleased to be presenting the first in a series of seasonal crafting afternoons. First is Spring: come and make a fleece spring maiden standing doll or bird’s nest with a felt handsewn bird.

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Sydney Rudolf Steiner College - The Art of Caring

New Course: Art of Caring: Working with Children under Three

Are you a parent or carer of children under three? This inspiring course with Dr. Renate Long-Breipohl is coming up in June. It focus on care and education in the first three years of life based on the insights of Rudolf Steiner and the practice of caring for babies and toddlers. Great for parents, nannies…

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Sydney Rudolf Steiner College - Anthroposophical Health

New Course: Anthroposophical Health

A weekend course exploring how Anthroposophical health principles can support childrens’ wellbeing and learning.

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Meditation & Self Development

New Course: Meditation and Self Development

Working with the pressures of everyday life. In modern times, work, life and daily pressures create a potent environment for stress and anxiety to develop. The digital age brings with it diminished concentration spans and a lack of focus. In these workshops, through group exercises and discussion, we will learn how to meditate to reduce…

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The Art of Caring - Sydney Rudolf Steiner College

May & June Courses

Don’t miss out on our Courses starting in May and June. Approaching Literacy through Creative Writing: Years 7 -12 Mon May 15, NESA course with Shelley Davidow. Code: NCWH Creative Poetry Writing Sat May 20, with Jolyon Bromley. Code: CPW2017 The Art of Caring: working with children under three Sat May 27/Sun May 28, in Melbourne…

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Introduction to Parsifal

Introduction to Parzival and Parsifal: 29th April

This workshop is designed as an entry point for people wanting to read and study Wolfram von Eschenbach’s deeply esoteric text Parzival and Wagner’s version concentrating key elements into his music drama Parsifal. We will explore the great narrative arc, characters and themes of Wolfram’s text and listen to inspired moments of Wagner’s music.

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