Sunraysia Arts & Learning offer high quality engaging adult learning opportunities on a range of topics in the arts, education, health and disability.
Our experienced presenters design practical workshops and seminars for your organisation. We also offer workshops open to all community members at the Sunraysia Arts & Learning Studio in Merbein. Our presentations are engaging, thought provoking and fun, and make best practice and the latest in research available to a broad audience.
We have extensive experience presenting tailored professional learning in schools, health, community and disability organisations, early childhood, conferences, tertiary education settings, allied health organisations, professional associations, conferences and symposiums, both nationally and internationally.
We can organise professional and adult learning workshops and seminars designed specifically for your setting.
“Thank you for the informative introduction to Sensory Profiling. I particularly liked the examples you gave on students and how the different levels of proprioception for those students impacted to how they would react to a situation. I am excited to learn more and it got me thinking about other students and how we could facilitate their learning by using a variety of sensory inputs.”
Professional Learning Participant, Henbury School, Darwin, 2014.
“(Catherine) has provided invaluable advice in the development of strategies around Australia’s biggest school music initiative, Music: Count Us In. This program sees more than 2,000 schools and 600,000 students, teachers and families, learn and perform the same song at the same time each year to highlight the importance of music education. Her input has been important in helping to ensure that the teacher professional development activities which run alongside the program are well targeted, inclusive and have the best chance of engaging with the broadest range of students and schools.”
Tina Broad, Former Campaign Director, Music Play for Life, 2012.
Advocate for the impact of ArtsTalk and the distributed leadership approach,
opportunities for reflection and dialogue that contributed to their increased
confidence and capabilities as teaching practitioners and emerging leaders.