Regional Education Managers manage educational approaches and policy, and curriculum resources and development for preschool, primary, middle or intermediate school, secondary, TAFE or polytechnic teachers and administrators.
Specialisations: School Administrator.
A formal teaching qualification and extensive experience in education and management are both generally needed to work as a Regional Education Manager. Many Regional Education Managers complete postgraduate studies.
- Co-ordinates the educational, administrative and financial affairs of an educational institution or department within the institution.
- Researches, develops, implements, reviews and evaluates educational and administrative policy.
- Liaises between educational institutions, parents and the wider community.
- Provides advice on policy and procedures to staff and students.
- Consults with academic and administrative staff to co-ordinate educational programmes.
- Identifies and addresses present and future needs for student and staff development.
- Researches educational systems, as well as monitors and evaluates new developments.
- Researches and reports on students' needs arising from curriculum implementation.
- Develops and delivers training programs for teachers.
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