Educational Leadership & behaviour change

A webinar for leaders

Are you leading the way to bigger and better things at your service?

Would you like to learn more about what it takes to be a change agent?

This webinar has been recorded and uploaded into bite sized chunks for you to work through at your own pace over the course of one month.

This short course is for anyone working in a leadership capacity (lead educator, educational leader, manager, director, coordinator, etc) in Education and Care settings (LDC, FDC, OSHC, Kindergarten).


Course curriculum

    1. Profiling using the Phoenix Cups & VIA strengths

    2. Change agency

    3. Attentional bias & other mistakes

    4. Vision planning

    5. Educational Leadership Downloads

    1. Final reflection

    2. This is just the beginning

About this course

  • $39.00
  • 14 lessons
  • 1.5 hours of video content

Your Facilitator

Principal Facilitator Sandi Phoenix

Sandi is the founding company director and principal facilitator at Phoenix Support for Educators. Her framework, The Phoenix Cups, have revolutionised how education & care professionals and parents, understand the behaviour of, and proactively plan for, the wellbeing of children and young people. She is highly regarded as an international speaker, coach, mentor, and professional development facilitator.


Fantastic course

Georgia Gertos

This course really made me think about how to speak to educators and to have that open discussion of what cups are the educators main cups and how to continuously work to fill those cups up.



"Brilliant webinar Sandi, thank you so much!"

Thank You


"Thank you, Sandi. You leave me gasping for more!"

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Professional Teaching Standards

This course links to the following Teaching Standards

Focus Area 1.1 

This course will be provided educators the ability to select and develop a range of teaching strategies to improve student learning using knowledge of the physical, social and intellectual develop and characteristics of students and how this could impact their learning.

Focus Area 1.2

The participants will develop their skills to evaluate the effectiveness of their programs by understanding how students learn and their implications of their teaching. 

Focus Area 1.5 

Educators will develop an understanding of strategies for differentiating teaching to meet the specific learning needs of students across the full range of abilities that they demonstrate. 

Focus Area 2.3

Educators will have a deeper understanding of how to appropriately use the curriculum, assessment and reporting knowledge to design learning sequence and lesson plans. 

Focus Area 4.1

The participant will establish and implement new language and vocabulary to ensure that the child develops a positive self-image and to ensure that this language creates positive interactions to engage and support children’s participation in the classroom.

Focus Area 4.3

The participant will have opportunities to reflect on the possible reasons behind the children’s behaviours in the classroom. This will start reflection on what could be reasons behind the children’s behaviour with a fair and respectful mindset.

Focus Area 7.4

The Phoenix Cups Community Facebook group allows the participant to establish connections with other practitioners who are implementing the Phoenix Cups framework in their services. Through participating in this forum and the live webinar the participant will have opportunities to expand their knowledge, reflect and make improvements to their practices.