Keira Minter

Keira Minter is a passionate educator with over 20 years experience as a trainer and course developer. Keira strongly advocates experiential style facilitation to best engage a diverse range of students in the learning process. She utilises extensive skills developing multi-media technologies to extend this practice into an online environment. She considers education to be her calling, and has devoted many hours over years to analysing what makes learning interesting and inspiring.

Multi-media technologies have served to enhance her passion for learning, although she firmly believes that technology should only be used when it enhances the learning process.

Keira’s Training Accreditations:

Fellow, Sydney School for Social Entrepreneurs (2012)
Cert. IV in Training and Assessment (TAFE 2009)
Grad. Dip eLearning (UTS 2005)
Grad. Dip Secondary Eduction (UWS 1999)
Bach. Fine Art (UWS 1998)
Cert. IV Project Management (Australian Public Service Commission 2005)
Enhancing Trainer Skills (Pollak Learning Alliance 2005)
Child Protection Train-The-Trainer (Child Protection Coordination Unit 2005)
Recognition of Prior Learning Assessment (Kangan Batman TAFE 2004)
Accredited Myers Briggs Type Practitioner (Institute for Type Devt. 2002)
Conference Convenor, Young Offenders Act (2002)
Apprenticeship Colour Me Beautiful (CMB Byron Bay 2001)

Other Training:

Alternatives To Violence Project
Web Development (Dreamweaver and WordPress)
Word, PowerPoint, Excel Advanced
Time Management
Creative Writing

Keira’s list of achievements includes:

* Extensive work on Mentoring initiatives accross Western Sydney in the early 2000s. This includes training high school teachers in working with a vulnerable cohort, initiating, designing and implementing the Mentoring in the Community program now used accross TAFE NSW, and advising Dept. Juvenile Justice on Cert III and IV training packages.
* Consulting with first grade NRL football clubs on training star athletes to mentor young people. This includes South Sydney Rabbitohs and the Penrith Panthers.
* Advising government departments on National Training Framework qualifications and pathways for workers, including Juvenile Justice, Education, TAFE and RailCorp NSW.

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