THE week-long Professional Development workshop for Honiara-based school leaders ended yesterday at the St. Banabas Cathedral.
More than 60 school leaders from Honiara-based schools attended the training, which mainly covers the Module Two Delivery concept.
School leaders who have attended the workshop include principals, head teachers and Early Childhood Education supervisors.
Director Supervising of the Teachers Training Development Davison, Charles Rouikera thanked all the participating school leaders for the commitment shown during the five-day workshop.
He also thanked the facilitators for their time and commitment, saying their skills, knowledge and experiences in the field has help raised the standard in the workshop.
“I am obliged to remind us all that it is vitally important to put into action the knowledge and skills learnt in this training courses as the ministry and other stakeholders would like to see and witness the positive impact of this training on your leadership practice and students learning outcomes,” Mr Rouikera said.
“I wish you all the best as you leave this place and return to your various schools and continue to perform the duties that are entrusted upon you, that is to lead teaching and learning in our schools so that your children can receive the best possible learning opportunity,” he said.
By BIRIAU WILAON SAENI