Courses for individuals
Mentoring Beginning Teachers
Learn how to share your practical skills and knowledge with beginning teachers, and help them build their practice and their confidence.
Rhythm and Movement for Self-Regulation: An introduction
Learn how to use rhythm and movement to support positive behaviour for children aged 3-8 years old.
Embedding Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Perspectives in Education
Embed Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander perspectives into your classroom or school, and make your contribution to reconciliation and successful learning experiences for all students.
Self-care and Wellbeing for Teachers
Learn the self-care strategies you need to support your wellbeing and improve your students’ learning outcomes.
PESTC: Power and Distribution Transformers (EEP219)
This course covers the basics of transformer design, construction and testing found in electric power transmission and distribution substations.
PESTC: Basic Power System Protection (EEP211)
Through this unit, participants will gain a firm understanding of the basics of power system protection.
PESTC: Power System Fault Calculations (EEP205)
Understand the ratings specifications of plant and equipment, and how to apply this in the design of earthing layouts and electrical protection relays.
Introducing STEM to Primary School Classrooms
Ignite your students' curiosity and love for STEM education by introducing engineering activities into your primary school
Teaching Students Who Have Suffered Complex Trauma – Module Plus
Produce an action plan to use trauma-informed practices to support students, your colleagues and your school.
PESTC: Overhead Line Design - Electrical (EEP216)
This course covers the complete processes of transmission line electrical design to ensure all requirements are met.
Creating apps in the classroom
Build an app customised to the learning needs of your students.
PESTC: Advanced Power System Protection (EEP212)
Protection of today’s sophisticated Electricity Generation, Transmission and Distribution Systems is necessary to maximise safety for the public and electricity industry employees alike.