Browse our learning and professional development opportunities available as part of the Enhancing Catholic School Identity (ECSI) Project.
If you are an undergraduate student studying Religious Education 2 (ADRE 102 or EDRE 102), you will have an opportunity to participate in the ECSI Project through a web module designed and created by Katholieke Universiteit (KU) Leuven, in collaboration with ACU, through the Victorian Bishops’ Research Grant.
The module is distinctive because it offers not just access to the surveys, but also further resources to enhance your understanding of the theological foundations of this important development in Catholic education.
As a graduate applying for employment within a Catholic school, you will be able to show their completion of an ECSI portfolio.
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A fully online professional learning module designed by ACU and KU Leuven, specifically for practising Catholic school teachers, staff and education leaders. It provides you with an opportunity to undertake the ESCI surveys, helps you understand them, and guides you in interpreting your data.
The module is ideal if you are seeking an introduction to ECSI, or professional accreditation hours1. You can undertake the module at your own pace, over the course of a term or a semester, and your online learning will be supported by preparatory and debriefing sessions with ACU theologians.
1 50 accreditation hours are subject to the approval of your Catholic education office.
Completing ECSI for Beginners is equivalent to one third of the academic requirements for THCT605: Enhancing Catholic Identity: Introducing the Leuven Project.
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Associate Professor Robyn Horner
School of Theology
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Phone: (03) 9953 3130