NESA Accredited

People, Processes & Problem Solving With Atlassian

Practical approaches to problem solving & evaluating outcomes
Course Introduction

Atlassian cultivates a healthy desire to take action and try new things. By valuing effort over outcome, all decisions can be the right decision. Learn strategies to reframe how you evaluate opportunities and learn from the process of trying.

Course Overview
1hr 30mins of accredited professional learning

Why Atlassian?

Atlassian is a unicorn software company whose products transform the way that teams work.

A leader in Australia’s technology industry, they grapple with many of the same questions that teachers face: How do we learn best? What might the work look like in the next ten years and beyond? What can we do now to best prepare for that future? Join Atlassian as they share their learnings and strategies to confront these questions head on.

What you'll learn
  • Making an impact through small actions
  • Evaluating opportunities
  • Taking action with Do’ocracy
  • Designedly processes

What to Expect


Completing People Processes and Problem Solving With Atlassian will contribute 1 hour and 30 mins of NSW Education Standards Authority (NESA) Accredited PD in the priority area of Delivery and Assessment of NSW Curriculum/EYLF addressing standard descriptors 2.1.2 from the Australian Professional Standards for Teachers towards maintaining Proficient Teacher Accreditation in NSW.

"The method of delivery was engaging and unique."
Education Officer
Catholic Education Diocese of Bathurst
"I have felt like the content of this course has been the best I have done in a while. I often feel like I have a handle on much of the course content in many experiences, but these challenge my thinking."
Dr Jonathon Mascorella
Coordinator of Innovation
Loreto Kirribilli
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