In addition to public workshops, MultiLit also holds on-site Professional Development workshops at schools with sufficient numbers of staff to be trained. Below are the answers to some Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) about hosting an on-site workshop at your school.
How many people do we need to hold a MultiLit on-site training day?
MultiLit requires a minimum of ten registered staff members, which can comprise a combination of staff from your school or schools in the surrounding region.
Do we need to arrange the training materials?
MultiLit will supply and bring all training materials required for the on-site training, although courier charges will apply for schools located in regional and/or interstate areas throughout Australia.
What is the duration of the training?
- PreLit Program
- Reading Tutor Program
- Word Attack Skills Extension Program
- Measuring Student Reading Progress for Schools
- Positive Teaching
- MiniLit Program
- MacqLit Program
If our school hosts an onsite, do we qualify for a discount?
For hosting and supplying the venue, MultiLit will extend to your school, one (1) free place for every 10 people at the workshop. In return, we require provision of a quiet room with suitable audio visual equipment, as well as catering for all workshop participants and the MultiLit Trainer (usually from the school canteen).
What costs are involved in holding an on-site workshop?
The costs involved for sending our qualified MultiLit Trainers to your school will be provided in a formal quotation. Special conditions apply for schools hosting InitiaLit–F/1/2 PD Workshop.
If you would like a formal quotation to be issued to your school, please complete the online form below.