Romanian Administrator Conference, March 26-28, 2020

Event Cancelled - Evenimentul a fost anulat

An event for leaders of secondary schools, primary schools and pre-schools. English speakers are welcome to attend. conference center near Cluj

Conference program:

ACSI welcomes English speaking school directors who might benefit from this conference. Please contact us regarding pricing and school membership. ACSIEurope@acsi.org

Online registration below - ends March 15, 2020

The program is available for download here.

Prices for Western Schools:

  members non-members Eastern Region members
* double room accommodation 90 EUR 145 EUR 65 EUR (310 RON)
single room accommodation 110 EUR 175 EUR 80 EUR (370 RON)

* A double room assumes that both occupants pay the listed fee.

Theme: "Our Vision in Our Daily Practice"


When? March 26-28, 2020

Registration Deadline:  March 15, 2020

Where? 

Fundația Emanuel - Casa de vacanțã ”Rehoboth”
Conference Center info: www.funtatiaemanuel.ro
Valea Drãganului nr. 196
Cluj Province
email: fundatia_emanuel@yahoo.com
tel: 0721297522

Why?

We invite school directors, assistant directors along with the spiritual leaders of all levels of Christian schools to participate. We believe that this event will serve our Christian school leaders in their professional and spiritual development, and will reenergize them in their God-given mission of reaching and teaching the next generation for Christ.

Guest Speakers: 

Sean Moore, ACSI Southern Africa Directorsean moore

Sean entered the teaching profession with his HDE from Pretoria College of Education in 1987. He worked as a teacher until God's intervention led him to Christian Education, first at The King’s School Bryanston in Johannesburg. In 2017, after serving as Head of School in Hilton and in Port Elizabeth, Sean returned to Johannesburg as the Director of ACSI Southern Africa. Sean now sees how God has prepared him for his role in ACSI through the years of service in Christian Education. He is passionate about leading people to know Jesus, children accepting His plan for their lives, and supporting school principals as they prepare our next generation for service. He has completed a BA specializing in History and Psychology, his B.TH., and hopes to soon pursue a Masters in Christian School Education.

He and his wife Cathy are both committed to serving God in every way that they can. They have two children – Gareth who lives in Switzerland and Megan who lives in South Africa.

bert vogelBert Vogel, ACSI Europe Consultant, Netherlands

Born in 1952, Bert is the former director (chairman of the executive board) of Calvijn College in the Netherlands, a Christian reformed high school (www.calvijncollege.nl) offering pre-university, vocational and special needs education. Bert served the school as a leader through the highs and lows over a period of thirty years. His interest areas are teacher education, quality assurance in education built on the mission of Christian schools, and coaching in organizational leadership. Bert has gained an understanding of the cultural differences between Christian schools by having a sustainable connection with a school in Romania, and visiting other schools in Europe, America, Africa and Singapore. He passionately works to build a Christian education community that stands on a foundation of parents, teachers and school leaders who love Jesus Christ and have a deep desire to share the good news of the gospel.

 

 

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Romanian Administrator Conference 2020

Thursday 26th March 2020 to Saturday 28th March 2020