Workshops

ACSI Professional Development Workshops

ACSI is a SACE accredited CPTD (Continuous Professional Training Points) provider and delivers training workshops to school boards, teachers and student leaders of our member schools. We have also partnered with a variety of presenters to be able to offer you a variety of over 60 workshops to support your school in the following categories: fundamentals of Christian Education, discipline, leadership, learners, teacher support, technology, reconciliation and cultural diversity as well as other interesting topics of Christian concern.

ACSI is a SACE accredited CPTD (Continuous Professional Training Points) provider and delivers training workshops to school boards, teachers and student leaders of our member schools. We have also partnered with a variety of presenters to be able to offer you a variety of over 60 workshops to support your school in the following categories: fundamentals of Christian Education, discipline, leadership, learners, teacher support, technology, reconciliation and cultural diversity as well as other interesting topics of Christian concern.

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Fundamentals of Christian Education

No.WorkshopPresenterDurationTraget audienceDescription
1Biblical IntegrationSean Moore2.5 HoursTeachersWorldview approach to Biblical Integration.
2Foundations of Christian EducationSean Moore3 HoursLeaders
Teachers
Philosophy and purpose of CE; History of CE; Role of teacher;
View of school, curriculum & child.
3Spiritual FormationAdri-Marie van HeerdenAdaptable according to the time available:
30 minutes to whole day
workshops
All staffThe workshops can be hand designed according to the need of the
school and could cover one/more of the following specific focusses
- What is spiritual formation?
- Spiritual formation of the Educator
- Spiritual formation in the classroom
- How to create safe formational spaces
- How to have 1on1 formational conversations
4Worldview and Christ centred education:
Session 1 Discuss
different worldviews
Carel Krige2 HoursTeachersDefining worldview and its importance
3 Main worldviews - animism, humanism and Christ centred; Answers to life questions from these main worldviews; Explain identity from Christ centred worldview.
5Worldview and Christ centred education:
Session 2: A Christ centred education model
Carel Krige2 HoursTeachersChrist centred and worldview on education;
Battle between man centeredness and Christ centeredness.
Misconceptions about Christ centred education;
Biblical view regarding a child, discipline, learning content, assessment,
family and parents, and leadership.
Aligning and assessing some school practices against a
Christ centred worldview
6Worldview and Christ centred education:Session 3 Discuss a Christ centred
curriculum and classroom practices
Carel Krige2 HoursTeachersAim of Christ centred teaching; Biblical view of knowledge; Integrating
faith and learning; Christ centred view on subjects; Becoming sensitive
to humanistic worldviews in subjects; Discuss Biblical values and principles in the different specific subjects: Languages, Maths, Life sciences,
History, etc; Planning phases of a lesson
7Christian Worldview in
Education
Sibs Sibanda2 HoursTeachersChristian Education in the light of God’s big story: design, distortion and redemption
8Bringing the Bible alive
for your pre-schooler
Kerry Mc Arthur2 HoursECD StaffThe Bible is more than just stories, this course is designed to bring the
truth within the story out to your pre-schooler, keeping it light and fun
but making the message real.

Fundamentals of Christian Education

No.WorkshopPresenterDurationTraget Description
1Biblical IntegrationSean Moore2.5 HoursTeachersWorldview approach to Biblical Integration.
2Foundations of Christian EducationSean Moore3 HoursLeaders
Teachers
Philosophy and purpose of CE; History of CE; Role of teacher;
View of school, curriculum & child.
3Spiritual FormationAdri-Marie van HeerdenAdaptable according to the time available:
30 minutes to whole day
workshops
All staffThe workshops can be hand designed according to the need of the
school and could cover one/more of the following specific focusses
- What is spiritual formation?
- Spiritual formation of the Educator
- Spiritual formation in the classroom
- How to create safe formational spaces
- How to have 1on1 formational conversations
4Worldview and Christ centred education:
Session 1 Discuss
different worldviews
Carel Krige2 HoursTeachersDefining worldview and its importance
3 Main worldviews - animism, humanism and Christ centred; Answers to life questions from these main worldviews; Explain identity from Christ centred worldview.
5Worldview and Christ centred education:
Session 2: A Christ centred education model
Carel Krige2 HoursTeachersChrist centred and worldview on education;
Battle between man centeredness and Christ centeredness.
Misconceptions about Christ centred education;
Biblical view regarding a child, discipline, learning content, assessment,
family and parents, and leadership.
Aligning and assessing some school practices against a
Christ centred worldview
6Worldview and Christ centred education:Session 3 Discuss a Christ centred
curriculum and classroom practices
Carel Krige2 HoursTeachersAim of Christ centred teaching; Biblical view of knowledge; Integrating
faith and learning; Christ centred view on subjects; Becoming sensitive
to humanistic worldviews in subjects; Discuss Biblical values and principles in the different specific subjects: Languages, Maths, Life sciences,
History, etc; Planning phases of a lesson
7Christian Worldview in
Education
Sibs Sibanda2 HoursTeachersChristian Education in the light of God’s big story: design, distortion and redemption
8Bringing the Bible alive
for your pre-schooler
Kerry Mc Arthur2 HoursECD StaffThe Bible is more than just stories, this course is designed to bring the
truth within the story out to your pre-schooler, keeping it light and fun
but making the message real.

Fundamentals of Christian Education

No.WorkshopPresenterDurationTraget Description
1Biblical IntegrationSean Moore2.5 HoursTeachersWorldview approach to Biblical Integration.
2Foundations of Christian EducationSean Moore3 HoursLeaders
Teachers
Philosophy and purpose of CE; History of CE; Role of teacher;
View of school, curriculum & child.
3Spiritual FormationAdri-Marie van HeerdenAdaptable according to the time available:
30 minutes to whole day
workshops
All staffThe workshops can be hand designed according to the need of the
school and could cover one/more of the following specific focusses
- What is spiritual formation?
- Spiritual formation of the Educator
- Spiritual formation in the classroom
- How to create safe formational spaces
- How to have 1on1 formational conversations
4Worldview and Christ centred education:
Session 1 Discuss
different worldviews
Carel Krige2 HoursTeachersDefining worldview and its importance
3 Main worldviews - animism, humanism and Christ centred; Answers to life questions from these main worldviews; Explain identity from Christ centred worldview.
5Worldview and Christ centred education:
Session 2: A Christ centred education model
Carel Krige2 HoursTeachersChrist centred and worldview on education;
Battle between man centeredness and Christ centeredness.
Misconceptions about Christ centred education;
Biblical view regarding a child, discipline, learning content, assessment,
family and parents, and leadership.
Aligning and assessing some school practices against a
Christ centred worldview
6Worldview and Christ centred education:Session 3 Discuss a Christ centred
curriculum and classroom practices
Carel Krige2 HoursTeachersAim of Christ centred teaching; Biblical view of knowledge; Integrating
faith and learning; Christ centred view on subjects; Becoming sensitive
to humanistic worldviews in subjects; Discuss Biblical values and principles in the different specific subjects: Languages, Maths, Life sciences,
History, etc; Planning phases of a lesson
7Christian Worldview in
Education
Sibs Sibanda2 HoursTeachersChristian Education in the light of God’s big story: design, distortion and redemption
8Bringing the Bible alive
for your pre-schooler
Kerry Mc Arthur2 HoursECD StaffThe Bible is more than just stories, this course is designed to bring the
truth within the story out to your pre-schooler, keeping it light and fun
but making the message real.

Discipline

No.PresenterWorkshopDurationTraget audienceDescription
1Discipline and
classroom
management
Shaun Webber2 HoursTeachersDiscipline-ship: Effectively guiding behaviour through Heart-Centred
Management. Discipline is discipleship.
2Godly disciplineCarel Krige2 HoursTeachersSource of behaviour; Aim of discipline; Relation between discipline and discipling; Determining values; Difference between punishment and
revenge; Guidelines for discipline; Difference between reward and
bribe; Methods of discipline; Methods of punishment; Biblical discipline cycle; Discipline in the classroom

Discipline

No.PresenterWorkshopDurationTraget Description
1Discipline and
classroom
management
Shaun Webber2 HoursTeachersDiscipline-ship: Effectively guiding behaviour through Heart-Centred
Management. Discipline is discipleship.
2Godly disciplineCarel Krige2 HoursTeachersSource of behaviour; Aim of discipline; Relation between discipline and discipling; Determining values; Difference between punishment and
revenge; Guidelines for discipline; Difference between reward and
bribe; Methods of discipline; Methods of punishment; Biblical discipline cycle; Discipline in the classroom

Discipline

No.PresenterWorkshopDurationTraget Description
1Discipline and
classroom
management
Shaun Webber2 HoursTeachersDiscipline-ship: Effectively guiding behaviour through Heart-Centred
Management. Discipline is discipleship.
2Godly disciplineCarel Krige2 HoursTeachersSource of behaviour; Aim of discipline; Relation between discipline and discipling; Determining values; Difference between punishment and
revenge; Guidelines for discipline; Difference between reward and
bribe; Methods of discipline; Methods of punishment; Biblical discipline cycle; Discipline in the classroom

Leadership

No.WorkshopPresenterDurationTraget audienceDescription
1School Board VisionSean Moore1 HourSchool BoardInspiring the Board to stay on course in their Christian Vision
2School LeadershipSean Moore4 HoursSchool leadership
team
Leadership structure, roles, expectations of the school leadership team. Working and pulling together.
3Transformational leadership for teachersSean Moore2 HoursTeachers, LeadersExploring the concepts of Transactional vs Transformational leadership in the classroom.
4Strategic discernment
(or one-on-one Spiritual
Direction sessions also
available)
Adri-Marie van HeerdenAdaptable
according to
the time
available:
1-4 hours
LeadersA facilitated time together for management / leaders to discern what
God is busy with and what their unique call of obedience might be at a
specific time in order to align strategy and plans to this call.
5Leadership: Qualities of
leadership and
self-evaluation
Carel Krige2 HoursLeadersBalance between Character and competence;Difference between leaders and managers;5 levels of leadership Maxwell;My personality and leadership style (MBTI).
6Personal leadership: time management and stress management
(prevent burnout)
Carel Krige2 HoursAll staffSigns, phases and causes of burnout; strategies to prevent burnout;
Time management; Defining your personal roles and responsibilities;
Determining priorities; Work - Life balance.
7Conflict managementCarel Krige2 HoursSchool leadership
team
5 appreciation languages in the workplace.
8Draw up a personal implementation plan.Carel Krige2 HoursLeaders
Teachers
Situational leadership; Analise own post description; Define priorities;
Define own quality management plan; Draw up a personal strategy for
your team;Personal year programme.

Leadership

No.WorkshopPresenterDurationTraget Description
1School Board VisionSean Moore1 HourSchool BoardInspiring the Board to stay on course in their Christian Vision
2School LeadershipSean Moore4 HoursSchool leadership
team
Leadership structure, roles, expectations of the school leadership team. Working and pulling together.
3Transformational leadership for teachersSean Moore2 HoursTeachers, LeadersExploring the concepts of Transactional vs Transformational leadership in the classroom.
4Strategic discernment
(or one-on-one Spiritual
Direction sessions also
available)
Adri-Marie van HeerdenAdaptable
according to
the time
available:
1-4 hours
LeadersA facilitated time together for management / leaders to discern what
God is busy with and what their unique call of obedience might be at a
specific time in order to align strategy and plans to this call.
5Leadership: Qualities of
leadership and
self-evaluation
Carel Krige2 HoursLeadersBalance between Character and competence;Difference between leaders and managers;5 levels of leadership Maxwell;My personality and leadership style (MBTI).
6Personal leadership: time management and stress management
(prevent burnout)
Carel Krige2 HoursAll staffSigns, phases and causes of burnout; strategies to prevent burnout;
Time management; Defining your personal roles and responsibilities;
Determining priorities; Work - Life balance.
7Conflict managementCarel Krige2 HoursSchool leadership
team
5 appreciation languages in the workplace.
8Draw up a personal implementation plan.Carel Krige2 HoursLeaders
Teachers
Situational leadership; Analise own post description; Define priorities;
Define own quality management plan; Draw up a personal strategy for
your team;Personal year programme.

Leadership

No.WorkshopPresenterDurationTraget Description
1School Board VisionSean Moore1 HourSchool BoardInspiring the Board to stay on course in their Christian Vision
2School LeadershipSean Moore4 HoursSchool leadership
team
Leadership structure, roles, expectations of the school leadership team. Working and pulling together.
3Transformational leadership for teachersSean Moore2 HoursTeachers, LeadersExploring the concepts of Transactional vs Transformational leadership in the classroom.
4Strategic discernment
(or one-on-one Spiritual
Direction sessions also
available)
Adri-Marie van HeerdenAdaptable
according to
the time
available:
1-4 hours
LeadersA facilitated time together for management / leaders to discern what
God is busy with and what their unique call of obedience might be at a
specific time in order to align strategy and plans to this call.
5Leadership: Qualities of
leadership and
self-evaluation
Carel Krige2 HoursLeadersBalance between Character and competence;Difference between leaders and managers;5 levels of leadership Maxwell;My personality and leadership style (MBTI).
6Personal leadership: time management and stress management
(prevent burnout)
Carel Krige2 HoursAll staffSigns, phases and causes of burnout; strategies to prevent burnout;
Time management; Defining your personal roles and responsibilities;
Determining priorities; Work - Life balance.
7Conflict managementCarel Krige2 HoursSchool leadership
team
5 appreciation languages in the workplace.
8Draw up a personal implementation plan.Carel Krige2 HoursLeaders
Teachers
Situational leadership; Analise own post description; Define priorities;
Define own quality management plan; Draw up a personal strategy for
your team;Personal year programme.

Learners

No.WorkshopPresenterDurationTraget audienceDescription
1Learner LeadershipShaun WebberAdaptable
according to
the time
available:
1 Hour to a
full day
Student leadersWhat it means to be a leader, leadership structure, roles, expectations
of the school learner leadership team.
2Love Languages –
introduction to children
Kerry Mc Arthur1 HourIntermediate and
high school learners
This course is aimed at children and helps them understand their own
and others Love Languages, it gives them practical tools of how to speak each other’s Love Languages in the classroom and on the playground
3Conflict Resolution Kerry Mc Arthur2 Hours Intermediate and
high school learners
This time together will explore what conflict is, what are the different
types of conflict resolvers and how best to apply each tactic in different situations.

Learners

No.WorkshopPresenterDurationTraget Description
1Learner LeadershipShaun WebberAdaptable
according to
the time
available:
1 Hour to a
full day
Student leadersWhat it means to be a leader, leadership structure, roles, expectations
of the school learner leadership team.
2Love Languages –
introduction to children
Kerry Mc Arthur1 HourIntermediate and
high school learners
This course is aimed at children and helps them understand their own
and others Love Languages, it gives them practical tools of how to speak each other’s Love Languages in the classroom and on the playground
3Conflict Resolution Kerry Mc Arthur2 Hours Intermediate and
high school learners
This time together will explore what conflict is, what are the different
types of conflict resolvers and how best to apply each tactic in different situations.

Learners

No.WorkshopPresenterDurationTraget Description
1Learner LeadershipShaun WebberAdaptable
according to
the time
available:
1 Hour to a
full day
Student leadersWhat it means to be a leader, leadership structure, roles, expectations
of the school learner leadership team.
2Love Languages –
introduction to children
Kerry Mc Arthur1 HourIntermediate and
high school learners
This course is aimed at children and helps them understand their own
and others Love Languages, it gives them practical tools of how to speak each other’s Love Languages in the classroom and on the playground
3Conflict Resolution Kerry Mc Arthur2 Hours Intermediate and
high school learners
This time together will explore what conflict is, what are the different
types of conflict resolvers and how best to apply each tactic in different situations.

Teacher support

No.WorkshopPresenterDurationTarget audienceDescription
1ResilienceSean Moore2 HoursLeaders, Teachers Helping leaders and teachers cope with the expectations of the job.
2Role and Responsibility of a teacherShaun Webber1.5 HoursTeachersInsight into the legal and professional aspects of teaching.
3Call of the Christian
Teacher
Sean Moore1 HourTeachersInspiring the call and role of a Christian Teacher.
4Courage to teach
(in partnership with The
Centre of Courage and
Renewal)
Adri-Marie van HeerdenAdaptable
according to
the time available:1 hour to a series of 3
half day workshops
All staffCourage to Teach focuses on renewing the inner lives of professionals
in education. Courage to Teach® programs help teachers:
- Renew heart, mind, and spirit through the exploration of the inner
landscape of a teacher’s life.
- Reconnect to one’s identity and integrity—identifying and
gifts and strengths and acknowledging limits.
- Create a context for careful listening and deep connection that also
honours diversity in person and profession.
- Create safe spaces and trusting relationships in their schools, with
their students and colleagues, and within their communities.
- Explore the connection between attending to the inner life of
educators and the renewal of education.
5Retreats Adri-Marie
van Heerden
Adaptable
according to
the time available:2/3hours to 1/2-night
sleep-over
All staffA uniquely designed retreat for each school / group of educators to
facilitate a time of rest and connection for people between themselves, each other and God.
Includes times of silence, different facilitated forms of prayer, dwelling
in the Word, reflection and creativity
6Personal leadership: time management and stress management
(prevent burnout)
Carel Krige2 HoursAll staffSigns, phases and causes of burnout; strategies to prevent burnout;
Time management; Defining your personal roles and responsibilities;
Determining priorities; Work - Life balance.
7RelationshipsCarel Krige2 HoursAll staffDefining relationships; Defining stewardship;5 Building blocks of a
relationship; What roots will grow when every building block is not
secured; Biblical guidelines for relationships Galatians 6
8The teacher as mentorCarel Krige2 HoursTeachersDifference between a coach, mentor and cheerleader;
Define mentorship from 1 Thes 2: 7 – 12;
Habits of Godly mentor teachers:
- Using personal time
- Believing in and trusting
- Coaching
9Love Languages for
Educators
Kerry Mc Arthur1 HourTeachers and Staff A short course designed to introduce the concept of Love Languages,
what they are and how to identify them in your children. The course
expands into ways to speak each other’s love languages and how best
to use them in the classroom setting.
10Active Learning Kerry Mc Arthur2.5 hours Teachers and Staff – all grades A course designed to move teachers out of the traditional textbook
based learning into the realm of movement, action, poems and games.
Integrating Active Learning into your classroom while maintaining
discipline and keeping their attention.

Teacher support

No.WorkshopPresenterDurationTarget Description
1ResilienceSean Moore2 HoursLeaders, Teachers Helping leaders and teachers cope with the expectations of the job.
2Role and Responsibility of a teacherShaun Webber1.5 HoursTeachersInsight into the legal and professional aspects of teaching.
3Call of the Christian
Teacher
Sean Moore1 HourTeachersInspiring the call and role of a Christian Teacher.
4Courage to teach
(in partnership with The
Centre of Courage and
Renewal)
Adri-Marie van HeerdenAdaptable
according to
the time available:1 hour to a series of 3
half day workshops
All staffCourage to Teach focuses on renewing the inner lives of professionals
in education. Courage to Teach® programs help teachers:
- Renew heart, mind, and spirit through the exploration of the inner
landscape of a teacher’s life.
- Reconnect to one’s identity and integrity—identifying and
gifts and strengths and acknowledging limits.
- Create a context for careful listening and deep connection that also
honours diversity in person and profession.
- Create safe spaces and trusting relationships in their schools, with
their students and colleagues, and within their communities.
- Explore the connection between attending to the inner life of
educators and the renewal of education.
5Retreats Adri-Marie
van Heerden
Adaptable
according to
the time available:2/3hours to 1/2-night
sleep-over
All staffA uniquely designed retreat for each school / group of educators to
facilitate a time of rest and connection for people between themselves, each other and God.
Includes times of silence, different facilitated forms of prayer, dwelling
in the Word, reflection and creativity
6Personal leadership: time management and stress management
(prevent burnout)
Carel Krige2 HoursAll staffSigns, phases and causes of burnout; strategies to prevent burnout;
Time management; Defining your personal roles and responsibilities;
Determining priorities; Work - Life balance.
7RelationshipsCarel Krige2 HoursAll staffDefining relationships; Defining stewardship;5 Building blocks of a
relationship; What roots will grow when every building block is not
secured; Biblical guidelines for relationships Galatians 6
8The teacher as mentorCarel Krige2 HoursTeachersDifference between a coach, mentor and cheerleader;
Define mentorship from 1 Thes 2: 7 – 12;
Habits of Godly mentor teachers:
- Using personal time
- Believing in and trusting
- Coaching
9Love Languages for
Educators
Kerry Mc Arthur1 HourTeachers and Staff A short course designed to introduce the concept of Love Languages,
what they are and how to identify them in your children. The course
expands into ways to speak each other’s love languages and how best
to use them in the classroom setting.
10Active Learning Kerry Mc Arthur2.5 hours Teachers and Staff – all grades A course designed to move teachers out of the traditional textbook
based learning into the realm of movement, action, poems and games.
Integrating Active Learning into your classroom while maintaining
discipline and keeping their attention.

Teacher support

No.WorkshopPresenterDurationTarget Description
1ResilienceSean Moore2 HoursLeaders, Teachers Helping leaders and teachers cope with the expectations of the job.
2Role and Responsibility of a teacherShaun Webber1.5 HoursTeachersInsight into the legal and professional aspects of teaching.
3Call of the Christian
Teacher
Sean Moore1 HourTeachersInspiring the call and role of a Christian Teacher.
4Courage to teach
(in partnership with The
Centre of Courage and
Renewal)
Adri-Marie van HeerdenAdaptable
according to
the time available:1 hour to a series of 3
half day workshops
All staffCourage to Teach focuses on renewing the inner lives of professionals
in education. Courage to Teach® programs help teachers:
- Renew heart, mind, and spirit through the exploration of the inner
landscape of a teacher’s life.
- Reconnect to one’s identity and integrity—identifying and
gifts and strengths and acknowledging limits.
- Create a context for careful listening and deep connection that also
honours diversity in person and profession.
- Create safe spaces and trusting relationships in their schools, with
their students and colleagues, and within their communities.
- Explore the connection between attending to the inner life of
educators and the renewal of education.
5Retreats Adri-Marie
van Heerden
Adaptable
according to
the time available:2/3hours to 1/2-night
sleep-over
All staffA uniquely designed retreat for each school / group of educators to
facilitate a time of rest and connection for people between themselves, each other and God.
Includes times of silence, different facilitated forms of prayer, dwelling
in the Word, reflection and creativity
6Personal leadership: time management and stress management
(prevent burnout)
Carel Krige2 HoursAll staffSigns, phases and causes of burnout; strategies to prevent burnout;
Time management; Defining your personal roles and responsibilities;
Determining priorities; Work - Life balance.
7RelationshipsCarel Krige2 HoursAll staffDefining relationships; Defining stewardship;5 Building blocks of a
relationship; What roots will grow when every building block is not
secured; Biblical guidelines for relationships Galatians 6
8The teacher as mentorCarel Krige2 HoursTeachersDifference between a coach, mentor and cheerleader;
Define mentorship from 1 Thes 2: 7 – 12;
Habits of Godly mentor teachers:
- Using personal time
- Believing in and trusting
- Coaching
9Love Languages for
Educators
Kerry Mc Arthur1 HourTeachers and Staff A short course designed to introduce the concept of Love Languages,
what they are and how to identify them in your children. The course
expands into ways to speak each other’s love languages and how best
to use them in the classroom setting.
10Active Learning Kerry Mc Arthur2.5 hours Teachers and Staff – all grades A course designed to move teachers out of the traditional textbook
based learning into the realm of movement, action, poems and games.
Integrating Active Learning into your classroom while maintaining
discipline and keeping their attention.

Technology

No.WorkshopPresenterDurationTarget audienceDescription
1Screen smarts for schoolsAnke BrandEach session
is roughly
1h 30min.
Teachers, parents,
students.Please note that each presentation is different,
depending on the
group that is addressed Students: It is recommended that the juniors and seniors
be scheduled in
separate sessions.
What is internet addiction, and how can we discern when there is problematic internet use?
- What exactly is social media and how is it affecting our mental health?
- How can a person be addicted to social media?
- The phenomenon of Selfies and unsocial behaviour.
-What is cyber bullying. How is this misbehaviour on the interned
addressed, and stopped?
- What does the law say about harassment online, and can a child be
held liable?
- Cyber pornography, naked pictures, sex texting and the results
thereof.
- How to protect myself against criminals online.-Gaming addiction
- How to prevent problematic internet use
- How to deal with the consequences of the above mentioned.
2 21st-Century Learning ITSI Facilitator2 hoursEducatorsUnderstanding the critical skills (4 Cs) needed in the 21st Century.
321st-Century StudentITSI Facilitator2 hoursEducatorsUnderstanding your students' generation.
421st-Century EducatorITSI Facilitator2 hoursEducatorsAssist educators to plan for technology-enriched lessons.
5Implementing e-LearningITSI Facilitator2 hoursEducatorsIntegration of e-Learning in the classroom.
6Flipped ClassroomITSI Facilitator2 hoursEducatorsClassroom time redesigned for your 21st-Century student.
7Blended LearningITSI Facilitator2 hoursEducatorsBlended Learning: Recipes for blended teaching.
821st-Century Basics -
Excel
ITSI Facilitator2 hoursEducatorsUpskilling educators to learn the basics of using Microsoft Excel.
921st-Century Basics -
Word
ITSI Facilitator2 hoursEducatorsDescription: Equipping teachers with the benefits of good and effective use of Microsoft Word.
1021st-Century Basics -
Presentations
ITSI Facilitator2 hoursEducatorsDescription: Providing educators with practical skills to create effective presentations.
1121st-Century
Communication - Email
ITSI Facilitator2 hoursEducatorsWe guide teachers to learn the basics about using Gmail.
12CAPS & e-LearningITSI Facilitator2 hoursEducatorsUnderstanding the nature of the CAPS documentation and the realities of e-Learning.
13Change ManagementITSI Facilitator2 hoursEducatorsDescription: Understanding and highlighting the necessary and valuable changes that 21st-Century schools experience.

Technology

No.WorkshopPresenterDurationTarget Description
1Screen smarts for schoolsAnke BrandEach session
is roughly
1h 30min.
Teachers, parents,
students.Please note that each presentation is different,
depending on the
group that is addressed Students: It is recommended that the juniors and seniors
be scheduled in
separate sessions.
What is internet addiction, and how can we discern when there is problematic internet use?
- What exactly is social media and how is it affecting our mental health?
- How can a person be addicted to social media?
- The phenomenon of Selfies and unsocial behaviour.
-What is cyber bullying. How is this misbehaviour on the interned
addressed, and stopped?
- What does the law say about harassment online, and can a child be
held liable?
- Cyber pornography, naked pictures, sex texting and the results
thereof.
- How to protect myself against criminals online.-Gaming addiction
- How to prevent problematic internet use
- How to deal with the consequences of the above mentioned.
2 21st-Century Learning ITSI Facilitator2 hoursEducatorsUnderstanding the critical skills (4 Cs) needed in the 21st Century.
321st-Century StudentITSI Facilitator2 hoursEducatorsUnderstanding your students' generation.
421st-Century EducatorITSI Facilitator2 hoursEducatorsAssist educators to plan for technology-enriched lessons.
5Implementing e-LearningITSI Facilitator2 hoursEducatorsIntegration of e-Learning in the classroom.
6Flipped ClassroomITSI Facilitator2 hoursEducatorsClassroom time redesigned for your 21st-Century student.
7Blended LearningITSI Facilitator2 hoursEducatorsBlended Learning: Recipes for blended teaching.
821st-Century Basics -
Excel
ITSI Facilitator2 hoursEducatorsUpskilling educators to learn the basics of using Microsoft Excel.
921st-Century Basics -
Word
ITSI Facilitator2 hoursEducatorsDescription: Equipping teachers with the benefits of good and effective use of Microsoft Word.
1021st-Century Basics -
Presentations
ITSI Facilitator2 hoursEducatorsDescription: Providing educators with practical skills to create effective presentations.
1121st-Century
Communication - Email
ITSI Facilitator2 hoursEducatorsWe guide teachers to learn the basics about using Gmail.
12CAPS & e-LearningITSI Facilitator2 hoursEducatorsUnderstanding the nature of the CAPS documentation and the realities of e-Learning.
13Change ManagementITSI Facilitator2 hoursEducatorsDescription: Understanding and highlighting the necessary and valuable changes that 21st-Century schools experience.

Technology

No.WorkshopPresenterDurationTarget Description
1Screen smarts for schoolsAnke BrandEach session
is roughly
1h 30min.
Teachers, parents,
students.Please note that each presentation is different,
depending on the
group that is addressed Students: It is recommended that the juniors and seniors
be scheduled in
separate sessions.
What is internet addiction, and how can we discern when there is problematic internet use?
- What exactly is social media and how is it affecting our mental health?
- How can a person be addicted to social media?
- The phenomenon of Selfies and unsocial behaviour.
-What is cyber bullying. How is this misbehaviour on the interned
addressed, and stopped?
- What does the law say about harassment online, and can a child be
held liable?
- Cyber pornography, naked pictures, sex texting and the results
thereof.
- How to protect myself against criminals online.-Gaming addiction
- How to prevent problematic internet use
- How to deal with the consequences of the above mentioned.
2 21st-Century Learning ITSI Facilitator2 hoursEducatorsUnderstanding the critical skills (4 Cs) needed in the 21st Century.
321st-Century StudentITSI Facilitator2 hoursEducatorsUnderstanding your students' generation.
421st-Century EducatorITSI Facilitator2 hoursEducatorsAssist educators to plan for technology-enriched lessons.
5Implementing e-LearningITSI Facilitator2 hoursEducatorsIntegration of e-Learning in the classroom.
6Flipped ClassroomITSI Facilitator2 hoursEducatorsClassroom time redesigned for your 21st-Century student.
7Blended LearningITSI Facilitator2 hoursEducatorsBlended Learning: Recipes for blended teaching.
821st-Century Basics -
Excel
ITSI Facilitator2 hoursEducatorsUpskilling educators to learn the basics of using Microsoft Excel.
921st-Century Basics -
Word
ITSI Facilitator2 hoursEducatorsDescription: Equipping teachers with the benefits of good and effective use of Microsoft Word.
1021st-Century Basics -
Presentations
ITSI Facilitator2 hoursEducatorsDescription: Providing educators with practical skills to create effective presentations.
1121st-Century
Communication - Email
ITSI Facilitator2 hoursEducatorsWe guide teachers to learn the basics about using Gmail.
12CAPS & e-LearningITSI Facilitator2 hoursEducatorsUnderstanding the nature of the CAPS documentation and the realities of e-Learning.
13Change ManagementITSI Facilitator2 hoursEducatorsDescription: Understanding and highlighting the necessary and valuable changes that 21st-Century schools experience.

Technology

No.WorkshopPresenterDurationTarget Description
1Screen smarts for schoolsAnke BrandEach session
is roughly
1h 30min.
Teachers, parents,
students.Please note that each presentation is different,
depending on the
group that is addressed Students: It is recommended that the juniors and seniors
be scheduled in
separate sessions.
What is internet addiction, and how can we discern when there is problematic internet use?
- What exactly is social media and how is it affecting our mental health?
- How can a person be addicted to social media?
- The phenomenon of Selfies and unsocial behaviour.
-What is cyber bullying. How is this misbehaviour on the interned
addressed, and stopped?
- What does the law say about harassment online, and can a child be
held liable?
- Cyber pornography, naked pictures, sex texting and the results
thereof.
- How to protect myself against criminals online.-Gaming addiction
- How to prevent problematic internet use
- How to deal with the consequences of the above mentioned.
2 21st-Century Learning ITSI Facilitator2 hoursEducatorsUnderstanding the critical skills (4 Cs) needed in the 21st Century.
321st-Century StudentITSI Facilitator2 hoursEducatorsUnderstanding your students' generation.
421st-Century EducatorITSI Facilitator2 hoursEducatorsAssist educators to plan for technology-enriched lessons.
5Implementing e-LearningITSI Facilitator2 hoursEducatorsIntegration of e-Learning in the classroom.
6Flipped ClassroomITSI Facilitator2 hoursEducatorsClassroom time redesigned for your 21st-Century student.
7Blended LearningITSI Facilitator2 hoursEducatorsBlended Learning: Recipes for blended teaching.
821st-Century Basics -
Excel
ITSI Facilitator2 hoursEducatorsUpskilling educators to learn the basics of using Microsoft Excel.
921st-Century Basics -
Word
ITSI Facilitator2 hoursEducatorsDescription: Equipping teachers with the benefits of good and effective use of Microsoft Word.
1021st-Century Basics -
Presentations
ITSI Facilitator2 hoursEducatorsDescription: Providing educators with practical skills to create effective presentations.
1121st-Century
Communication - Email
ITSI Facilitator2 hoursEducatorsWe guide teachers to learn the basics about using Gmail.
12CAPS & e-LearningITSI Facilitator2 hoursEducatorsUnderstanding the nature of the CAPS documentation and the realities of e-Learning.
13Change ManagementITSI Facilitator2 hoursEducatorsDescription: Understanding and highlighting the necessary and valuable changes that 21st-Century schools experience.

Reconciliation and cultural diversity

No.WorkshopPresenterDurationTarget audienceDescription
1Racism and
Discrimination Workshop
Rape Wise2 hoursWhole school (staff
and learners)
A Staff Development workshop on the prevention and management on
racism and discrimination in Independent Schools
2Kuthatha
(It Takes Time)
Schalk van
Heerden
3 hoursAll staffUnlearn & Relearn best practice for effective outreach & development.
Best practice from the field and university.
3Tjatjarag (Diversity
Training
Schalk van
Heerden
3 hoursAll staffCo-facilitated with Doctor Mabila.
4Witwerk
(White Work)
Schalk van
2 HoursAll staffAn introduction to deconstructing whiteness Preparing for Real Talk
across the racial divide

Reconciliation and cultural diversity

No.WorkshopPresenterDurationTarget Description
1Racism and
Discrimination Workshop
Rape Wise2 hoursWhole school (staff
and learners)
A Staff Development workshop on the prevention and management on
racism and discrimination in Independent Schools
2Kuthatha
(It Takes Time)
Schalk van
Heerden
3 hoursAll staffUnlearn & Relearn best practice for effective outreach & development.
Best practice from the field and university.
3Tjatjarag (Diversity
Training
Schalk van
Heerden
3 hoursAll staffCo-facilitated with Doctor Mabila.
4Witwerk
(White Work)
Schalk van
2 HoursAll staffAn introduction to deconstructing whiteness Preparing for Real Talk
across the racial divide

Reconciliation and cultural diversity

No.WorkshopPresenterDurationTarget Description
1Racism and
Discrimination Workshop
Rape Wise2 hoursWhole school (staff
and learners)
A Staff Development workshop on the prevention and management on
racism and discrimination in Independent Schools
2Kuthatha
(It Takes Time)
Schalk van
Heerden
3 hoursAll staffUnlearn & Relearn best practice for effective outreach & development.
Best practice from the field and university.
3Tjatjarag (Diversity
Training
Schalk van
Heerden
3 hoursAll staffCo-facilitated with Doctor Mabila.
4Witwerk
(White Work)
Schalk van
2 HoursAll staffAn introduction to deconstructing whiteness Preparing for Real Talk
across the racial divide

Topics of Christian concern

No.WorkshopPresenterDurationTarget audienceDescription
1How to choose a religionProf Reitze
Rodseth
1 HourStudents, teachersHow to approach the question of determining which religions are true.
2Good without God?Prof Reitze
Rodseth
1.5 hoursStudents, teachersCan we be good without there being a God? What anchors our morality?
3Resurrection – fact or
fiction
Prof Reitze
Rodseth
1.5 hoursStudents, teachersIn the 21st century, can we really believe the outlandish claim that a
man rose from the dead, three days after dying?
4Can we believe in God in 2019?Prof Reitze
Rodseth
1 hourStudents, teachersFive step by step arguments for why it makes sense to believe that
there really is a God.
5Gender and identityProf Reitze
Rodseth
1.5 hoursStudentsWhat are Christians supposed to do with the whole issue of gender and gender identity.
6Dying to die – EuthanasiaProf Reitze
Rodseth
1.5 hoursStudents, teachersAn exploration of the difficult question of euthanasia and end of life
decisions.
7The death of scienceProf Reitze
Rodseth
1 hourTeachersA discussion on fraud and cheating in medical research
8EvolutionProf Reitze
Rodseth
1 hourStudents, teachersIs the theory of evolution an adequate scientific hypothesis to explain
the existence of biological life on earth?
9What’s wrong with the
world?
Prof Reitze
Rodseth
1 hourStudents, teachersThe world is a mess and seems to be getting more so. What's going on?
10Why the need for
Christian case making? 
Prof Reitze
Rodseth
1 hourStudents, teachersWhy do we need to make an argument of the truth of Christianity?
Does God need defending? Is it even biblical?
11SufferingProf Reitze
Rodseth
1.5 hoursStudents, teachersNo question is more challenging than the issue of suffering. We see it all around us, and every one of us will experience it.
Where is God in all of this pain?
12How to answer difficult
questions 
Prof Reitze
Rodseth
1 hourStudents, teachersHow to deal with difficult questions about Christianity.
13A God of love or a God of wrath?Prof Reitze
Rodseth
1 hourStudents, teachersDo we serve an angry God as seen in the Old Testament, or do we serve a loving God as seen in the New Testament? What's going on here?
14Sex, hate and tolerance Prof Reitze
Rodseth
1.5 hoursStudents, teachersWhy are Christians so against sex and so angry with everyone who is different? How are Christians supposed to deal with our current culture's
view on sex and sexuality?
15One way to God? Prof Reitze
Rodseth
1 hourStudents, teachersHow can Christians make the claim that there is only one way to God?
Surely that is deeply arrogant and unjust?
16Can you trust the Bible? Prof Reitze
Rodseth
1.5 hoursStudents, teachersWhere did we get the Bible? Can you trust what we have?
17Are Christians closed
minded? 
Prof Reitze
Rodseth
1 hourStudents, teachersChristians are often accused of being arrogant and closed minded.
Is this true and how do we respond to it?
18Islam Prof Reitze
Rodseth
1.5 hoursStudents, teachersAn introductory overview of Islam and its beliefs.
19How can a good God
send good people to hell
for ever?
Prof Reitze
Rodseth
1 hourStudents, teachersIt seems very unfair that God would punish people eternally just because they rejected Him during their short life on earth.
How do we deal with this issue?

Topics of Christian concern

No.WorkshopPresenterDurationTarget Description
1How to choose a religionProf Reitze
Rodseth
1 HourStudents, teachersHow to approach the question of determining which religions are true.
2Good without God?Prof Reitze
Rodseth
1.5 hoursStudents, teachersCan we be good without there being a God? What anchors our morality?
3Resurrection – fact or
fiction
Prof Reitze
Rodseth
1.5 hoursStudents, teachersIn the 21st century, can we really believe the outlandish claim that a
man rose from the dead, three days after dying?
4Can we believe in God in 2019?Prof Reitze
Rodseth
1 hourStudents, teachersFive step by step arguments for why it makes sense to believe that
there really is a God.
5Gender and identityProf Reitze
Rodseth
1.5 hoursStudentsWhat are Christians supposed to do with the whole issue of gender and gender identity.
6Dying to die – EuthanasiaProf Reitze
Rodseth
1.5 hoursStudents, teachersAn exploration of the difficult question of euthanasia and end of life decisions.
7The death of scienceProf Reitze
Rodseth
1 hourTeachersA discussion on fraud and cheating in
medical research
8EvolutionProf Reitze
Rodseth
1 hourStudents, teachersIs the theory of evolution an adequate scientific hypothesis to explain the existence of biological life on earth?
9What’s wrong with the
world?
Prof Reitze
Rodseth
1 hourStudents, teachersThe world is a mess and seems to be getting more
so.What's going on?
10Why the need for
Christian case making? 
Prof Reitze
Rodseth
1 hourStudents, teachersWhy do we need to make an argument of the truth of Christianity? Does God need defending? Is it even biblical?
11SufferingProf Reitze
Rodseth
1.5 hoursStudents, teachersNo question is more challenging than the issue of
suffering. We see it all around us, and every one of us will experience it. Where is God in all of this pain?
12How to answer difficult
questions 
Prof Reitze
Rodseth
1 hourStudents, teachersHow to deal with difficult questions about
Christianity.
13A God of love or a God of wrath?Prof Reitze
Rodseth
1 hourStudents, teachersDo we serve an angry God as seen in the Old Testament, or do we serve a loving God as seen in the
New Testament? What's going on here?
14Sex, hate and tolerance Prof Reitze
Rodseth
1.5 hoursStudents, teachersWhy are Christians so against sex and so angry with everyone who is different? How are Christians
supposed to deal with our current culture's view on sex and sexuality?
15One way to God? Prof Reitze
Rodseth
1 hourStudents, teachersHow can Christians make the claim that there is only one way to God?
Surely that is deeply arrogant and unjust?
16Can you trust the Bible? Prof Reitze
Rodseth
1.5 hoursStudents, teachersWhere did we get the Bible? Can you trust what we have?
17Are Christians closed
minded? 
Prof Reitze
Rodseth
1 hourStudents, teachersChristians are often accused of being arrogant and closed minded.
Is this true and how do we respond to it?
18Islam Prof Reitze
Rodseth
1.5 hoursStudents, teachersAn introductory overview of Islam and its beliefs.
19How can a good God
send good people to hell
for ever?
Prof Reitze
Rodseth
1 hourStudents, teachersIt seems very unfair that God would punish people eternally just because they rejected Him during their short life on earth.
How do we deal with this issue?

Topics of Christian concern

No.WorkshopPresenterDurationTarget Description
1How to choose a religionProf Reitze
Rodseth
1 HourStudents, teachersHow to approach the question of determining which religions are true.
2Good without God?Prof Reitze
Rodseth
1.5 hoursStudents, teachersCan we be good without there being a God? What anchors our morality?
3Resurrection – fact or
fiction
Prof Reitze
Rodseth
1.5 hoursStudents, teachersIn the 21st century, can we really believe the outlandish claim that a
man rose from the dead, three days after dying?
4Can we believe in God in 2019?Prof Reitze
Rodseth
1 hourStudents, teachersFive step by step arguments for why it makes sense to believe that
there really is a God.
5Gender and identityProf Reitze
Rodseth
1.5 hoursStudentsWhat are Christians supposed to do with the whole issue of gender and gender identity.
6Dying to die – EuthanasiaProf Reitze
Rodseth
1.5 hoursStudents, teachersAn exploration of the difficult question of euthanasia and end of life
decisions.
7The death of scienceProf Reitze
Rodseth
1 hourTeachersA discussion on fraud and cheating in medical research
8EvolutionProf Reitze
Rodseth
1 hourStudents, teachersIs the theory of evolution an adequate scientific hypothesis to explain
the existence of biological life on earth?
9What’s wrong with the
world?
Prof Reitze
Rodseth
1 hourStudents, teachersThe world is a mess and seems to be getting more so. What's going on?
10Why the need for
Christian case making? 
Prof Reitze
Rodseth
1 hourStudents, teachersWhy do we need to make an argument of the truth of Christianity?
Does God need defending? Is it even biblical?
11SufferingProf Reitze
Rodseth
1.5 hoursStudents, teachersNo question is more challenging than the issue of suffering. We see it all around us, and every one of us will experience it.
Where is God in all of this pain?
12How to answer difficult
questions 
Prof Reitze
Rodseth
1 hourStudents, teachersHow to deal with difficult questions about Christianity.
13A God of love or a God of wrath?Prof Reitze
Rodseth
1 hourStudents, teachersDo we serve an angry God as seen in the Old Testament, or do we serve a loving God as seen in the New Testament? What's going on here?
14Sex, hate and tolerance Prof Reitze
Rodseth
1.5 hoursStudents, teachersWhy are Christians so against sex and so angry with everyone who is different? How are Christians supposed to deal with our current culture's
view on sex and sexuality?
15One way to God? Prof Reitze
Rodseth
1 hourStudents, teachersHow can Christians make the claim that there is only one way to God?
Surely that is deeply arrogant and unjust?
16Can you trust the Bible? Prof Reitze
Rodseth
1.5 hoursStudents, teachersWhere did we get the Bible? Can you trust what we have?
17Are Christians closed
minded? 
Prof Reitze
Rodseth
1 hourStudents, teachersChristians are often accused of being arrogant and closed minded.
Is this true and how do we respond to it?
18Islam Prof Reitze
Rodseth
1.5 hoursStudents, teachersAn introductory overview of Islam and its beliefs.
19How can a good God
send good people to hell
for ever?
Prof Reitze
Rodseth
1 hourStudents, teachersIt seems very unfair that God would punish people eternally just because they rejected Him during their short life on earth.
How do we deal with this issue?

Workshop Presenters

Sean Moore

ACSI Regional Director

Sean Moore is passionate about strengthening and empowering School Principals for the rigor of leading Christian education in Southern Africa. He is determined to reach and transform the lives of the children through equipping the Christian School Teacher. Sean holds a Diploma in Teacher Education, a Bachelor of Arts (History and Psychology) and a Bachelor of Theology. He hopes to read a Masters in Christian Education in the near future. Sean is an experienced School Principal, serving in three Christian Schools in South Africa. He was appointed as Regional Director of the Southern Africa office in March 2017

Shaun Webber

ACSI Assistant Director

Shaun Webber assists Sean Moore in his role of visiting schools, serving on advocacy boards that represent independent schools, facilitating teacher training workshops, and building relationships with schools, their heads, teachers and their learners. He has taught in both Public and Independent schools, managed counselling centres, headed up Life Orientation departments, been a youth pastor and travelled around the world extensively. He is a firm believer in life experience and that God will make use of every aspect of your life if you’re willing to allow Him to do so.

Kerry Mc Arthur

ACSI’s ECD Co-Ordinator

ECD Co-Ordinator, Kerry Mc Arthur, has a love for teaching and enjoys working in the ECD environment, as the energy and fun is contagious.  Kerry has been involved in education for over 22 years and is passionate about developing teachers and children. After studying she joined a corporate company as a trainer for nine years, and then bought and ran a nursery school for five years before expanding into a primary school. The primary school grew until it finally split from the nursery school in 2017. Kerry is a mom of three children, aged 18, 13 and 7, and has been happily married for 18 years. To book Kerry’s workshops, please contact her at:

Anke Brand

Internet Addiction consultant

Anke Brand is a respected speaker, consultant, teacher and counsellor on the devastating effects of internet addiction. Anke speaks to parents, leaders, schools, teachers and young people country wide on the important issues of the dangers of the digital world. Whether it’s gaming, pornography, cyberbullying, or depression, Anke helps you to understand how technology addiction is affecting our brains, thus having an influence on our grades, our concentration, behavior and emotional well-being. As a reborn Christian, Anke understands the devastation to the human mind and spirit due to devotion to technology. Anke attained a BCom degree, a Bachelor of Ministry (Cum Laude), Master of Theology (Cum Laude) as well as a PhD on Internet Addiction (Suma Cum Laude).

Adri-Marie van Heerden

Chairman: Betereinders NPC; Programme Manager: Foundation for a Safe South Africa; Church Coordinator

Adri-Marie van Heerden attained a BCom degree in Accounting, a Post Graduate Certificate in Education, an Honours degree in Education, completed as course in Spiritual Direction, and is currently busy with an Honours degree in Theology.  Her experience relating to teaching includes six years as High School teacher, 10 years in community work in Education and 7 years in Spiritual Formation and Discipleship work. Adri-Marie is passionate about the beauty, restoration and justice that God’s Kingdom causes in, through and around us. For 10 years she has been part of Oasis (www.oasisza.org), a global organisation of people that work towards restoring dignity among excluded communities, bringing together spiritual formation and mission in a very practical way.

Fourteen years ago, when she was still a high school teacher, she and a few friends formed The Rhythm of Life (www.rhythmoflife.co.za) and she now works full-time from Rhythm of Life doing discipleship and -reconciliation work in various contexts (e.g. churches, NGO’s, schools, one-one sessions).  Adri-Marie feels a deep call towards the well-being of public servants and the Caretakers of society and want to dedicate the next few years towards that.

Carel Krige

Education Consultant

Carel Krige has served on the board of ACSI Southern Africa and has acted as chairman for two years. Carel and his wife Karin have been privileged to establish Doxa Deo School and College in 1998 together with their two sons. During his time as principal he learnt that a school can impact the life of a student in so many more important areas of life than just academics.  Carel has gained substantial experience as a teacher, registered educational psychologist, university lecturer, school principal and pastor and enjoys sharing the wisdom gained over the years regarding parenting, personal development and enjoying life. At present Carel is serving as a consultant in the educational field by training, mentoring as well as serving parents and children in his private practice

Schalk van Heerden

Chairman: Betereinders NPC; Programme Manager: Foundation for a Safe South Africa; Church Coordinator

Schalk van Heerden feels called to contribute to reconciliation and restitution, not only by befriending and working with people in poor areas, but also to help white South Africans and especially Afrikaners to belong and become good happy South Africans. He has worked and taught at the University of Johannesburg, lived in rural Mozambique for 6 years, has 10 years’ experience working in South African townships, 4 years teaching Diversity Training to Master’s students at Monash and 11 years training Corporate Social Investment in the Private Sector. Schalk also published a book titled Time to Trek.  Schalk attained a Master’s degree in Development Studies – cum laude, and a Bachelor’s degree in Theology.

Prof Reitze Rodseth

MBChB, DCH, DA, FCA, Cert Crit Care, MMed, MSc, PhD

Prof Reitze Rodseth is an anaesthesiologist and critical care specialist working with Jones, Bhagwan and Partners in Pietermaritzburg, South Africa. He is affiliated to the Perioperative Research Group of the Department of Anaesthetics and Critical Care at the University of KwaZulu-Natal where he is an Associate Professor.  He has been serving as the chapter director of Ratio Christi, a campus apologetics ministry, at UKZN Pietermaritzburg since 2017. He completed a research fellowship in perioperative medicine and obtained a Masters in Health Research Methodology from McMaster University, Canada.

His clinical research interest lies in perioperative risk stratification and he has completed a PhD on the role of B-type natriuretic peptides in predicting postoperative complications. He has published more than 100 peer reviewed papers and was awarded the 2016 UKZN Vice-Chancellor’s Research Award. He is currently busy with a masters in Christian Apologetics and Philosophy from South Evangelical Seminary, North Carolina, USA.

Maree van Zyl

Accredited facilitator and Assessor

With nearly 10 years of training experience, ranging from lecturing to teacher and student training, Maree is passionate about training. The thrill of helping someone grasp a new concept or to perfect a skill keeps him motivated. He doesn’t t believe in “I can’t”, he believes in “I can’t yet”. With the right training, determination and effort he believes you can achieve anything. “Reading can seriously damage your ignorance.” Educators are the gateways to the world for students. Let’s ensure they are ready for what lies ahead

Themba Skosana

Accredited facilitator & Assessor

Themba is studying a Bachelor of Education at UNISA with 4 years of teaching experience. He is an accredited facilitator & assessor. He believes ”the best teachers are those who show you where to look but don’t tell you what to see.” He understands that the world is in an era that requires revolutionary changes in Education. He is passionate about edifying teachers and students on the research-based studies on 21st-Century learning & teaching.

Racism and Discrimination Workshop

A Staff Development workshop on the prevention and management on racism and discrimination in Independent Schools Please contact Rape Wise directly for more information or to book: Tel: 031 572 6690
Email: debbie@tpeg.co.za/admin@rapewise.co.za
Website: rapewise.co.za/category/workshops