Aspiring and Senior Leaders
The SLI provides various programs for senior school leaders, including deputy principals and teaching principals, as well as those aspiring for senior leadership and principal roles.
Programs and resources
The department is committed to supporting the identification, development and leadership growth of assistant principals and head teachers. There are a range of opportunities and resources available for senior leaders. These include:
The Deputy Principal Induction Conference (DPIC), which is offered twice a year for newly appointed, first-time and long-term relieving deputy principals.
The Senior Leadership – Aspiring Principals Leadership Program (SL-APLP) is a rigorous program for deputy principals, assistant principals and teaching principals who are willing to commit to a challenging program and who have demonstrated:
how the program will benefit their leadership development
outstanding educational leadership and are preparing for principalship or seeking to enhance their leadership impact in their current role
a positive impact on teacher and student learning
- The Rural and Remote Leadership Development Program (RnRLDP)is a 12-month program for aspiring and current school leaders in rural and remote settings. The program enhances leadership development through the delivery of rural and remote-centric learning opportunities.
- The NSW Public School Leadership and Management Credential helps school leaders meet their accountabilities in regard to departmental policies, processes and procedures. All aspiring principals in NSW public schools are required to attain the credential before applying for a principal position.