The One World Centre is developing a pool of casual professional learning presenters to present occasional workshops to teaching staff in schools, pre-service teachers in universities and educators in early learning centres.

One World Centre Professional Learning Workshops

One World Centre workshops aim to equip educators with the tools to foster active global citizenship through their classroom work with children and young people. Workshops are interactive, relevant, and related to key aspects of the Australian Curriculum or Early Years Learning Framework. Participants are enabled to expand their own knowledge of global issues and to take away practical strategies and activities they can use in the classroom. Education for global citizenship builds the vital knowledge students need for a changing world – increasing knowledge of pressing global challenges, building the skills for active citizenship, and enabling students to be more culturally competent in an increasingly diverse society.

Selection Criteria for presenters

• Teaching qualifications and experience and/or early childhood education qualifications and experience.
• Understanding of and commitment to global development issues
• Ability to develop and implement PL programs which inspire teachers and pre-service teachers to incorporate global citizenship perspectives in their teaching
• Understanding of the Australian Curriculum documents and/or Early Years Learning Framework and National Quality Standards
• An ability to prepare and facilitate PL workshops using a range of presentation techniques
• Demonstrated ability to work independently, and in a small team with volunteers
• Ability to carry out some after-hours work
• Access to vehicle and current driver’s license
• Computer literacy.

Expressing Interest

Please send a brief statement addressing the selection criteria (up to 3 pages) and a Curriculum Vitae to OWC coordinator Sandra Krempl:

For more information, contact Sandra on: or 93719133