- Educators wanting to coach CmPS students
- FPS coaches looking to refresh their skills
- Educators seeking a framework to teach and assess problem solving
This Professional Development training will teach you how to be a Community Problem Solving Coach. Improve your students' analytical, creative, and critical thinking skills, using the six-step FPS process to address real-world problems.
Thursday, 23rd February 2023
Time: 9.00 am - 3.30 pm
North Sydney Training Centre
Mount Street, North Sydney
General Capabilities: Critical and Creative Thinking, Personal and Social Capability, Ethical Understanding, Intercultural Understanding, Literacy, Numeracy
$390 (Inc GST) per participant.
At FPS, we feel it is beneficial to implement FPS in partnership with another colleague at your school. As such, we offer a 50% discount to the second and third educator registered from your school. This discount will be applied at checkout.
Terms and Conditions of Workshop
Pandemic restrictions may force us to change the date and or location of the workshop at short notice. Should you not be able to attend the workshop on the revised date, FPS will provide a full refund.
You can transfer the registration to a different person at any time before the date of the workshop.
Cancellations can be made at least five working days before the workshop, minus a registration service charge of $20.00 (GST-inclusive).
Within five days of the workshop, cancellation of registration is subject to the full workshop fee. Please remember that you are still responsible for paying the full workshop fee if you do not cancel or attend.
As a not-for-profit organisation, all revenue from our Professional Development courses is reinvested into providing teachers with the resources to become exceptional Future Problem Solving Coaches.
* For full paying participants, this workshop includes one only complimentary registration for a single team/individual in any one of the five FPS Program Options. Half price participants from the same school are excluded from this offer.
The workshop may be postponed until later in 2023 should minimum attendance numbers not be reached.