Support and resources
In this section, you will find useful information and resources, including the Excellence in School Administration Framework and related e-learning, that may assist you in your role.
Manage and keep track of all professional learning and performance activities offered by the department.
Role-specific learning plans
These resources can be used to guide the planning stage of your Performance and Development Plan (PDP), to build on your foundation skills and to develop a pathway for career growth.
- Learning Plan – Aboriginal Education Officer (DOCX 93.3 KB)
- Learning Plan – Business Manager (DOCX 93.7 KB)
- Learning Plan – Community Liaison Officer (DOCX 93.2 KB)
- Learning Plan – General Assistant and Farm Assistant (DOCX 92 KB)
- Learning Plan – School Administrative Manager (DOCX 96.2 KB)
- Learning Plan – School Administrative Officer (DOCX 94.9 KB)
- Learning Plan – School Learning Support Officer (DOCX 95.9 KB)
- Learning Plan – Student Support Officer (DOCX 93.2 KB)
Excellence in School Administration (ESA) Framework
The Excellence in School Administration Framework (PDF 140 KB) supports the growth of customer relationships and administrative practices across all school settings. The framework will assist schools to plan professional development for school based non-teaching staff teams leading to enhanced capacity.
Excellence in School Administration professional learning modules
As part of the Excellence in School Administration (ESA) Strategy, the following suite of professional learning modules have been developed to support school-based non-teaching staff growth in developing customer relationships and administrative practices across all school settings.
The following e-learning modules make individualised learning more accessible and effective for school-based non-teaching staff. With the flexibility to pace yourself, you can develop the knowledge and competencies that are most required in your workplace.
SAS staff study assistance
Study assistance is available year-round to permanent and long-term temporary school administrative and support (SAS) staff to study part-time and develop skills, knowledge and abilities that are relevant to and support them in their current role.
For further information, please refer to Section 4.13 of the Non-teaching staff in schools handbook (PDF 477 KB) or contact EDConnect Human Resources.
For more information, please contact the PLNTS team at PLNTS@det.nsw.edu.au.