The Lismore Catholic Schools Office has developed an online tool (My Learning) to provide support for principals and teachers to manage NESA registered professional learning and other CSO approved learning courses. The My Learning portal will assist with compliance to NESA ensuring teachers will meet the requirements of 50 hours of NESA registered professional learning and 50 hours of Teacher Identified professional learning over a 5 year period.

To enroll in any or all of the credentialed courses listed below, register online at  http://mylearning.lism.catholic.edu.au/ An enrollment key and link to the course content will then be provided via email. There is no cost involved.

This credential short course is conducted over a three week period and is open to all staff and will provide eligible teachers with FOUR hours of accreditation with NESA. Participants are expected to invest approximately 6-8 hours to complete a range of 'hands on' competency based activities and assignments to provide evidence of their learning. Those participants who have completed the Google Docs Basics short course or who have a basic understanding of how to create a Google Doc for collaboration can explore ways to move from simply enhancing learning through the use of Google Docs to achieving transformational learning. Three modules will explore ways to build interactive learning experiences by exploring ways to integrate the SAMR model (Modification and Redefinition) with Google Docs and learn how to incorporate a ‘workflow’ (with other apps) to increase student's ability to use technology effectively and appropriately.


The Zoom Video Conferencing credentialed short course is conducted over a two week period and is open to all staff and will provide eligible teachers with THREE hours of accreditation with NESA. Participants will explore the services available for Virtual Excursions, Tours, Exhibitions and Guest Speakers and develop an understanding of the use of Zoom as a means of connecting to these services directly from their classroom. Participants will be expected to invest about four-six hours of work to complete a range of ‘hands on’ competency based activities and assignments to provide evidence of their learning.

The Screencasting credential short course is conducted over a two week period and is open to all staff and will provide eligible teachers with THREE hours of accreditation with NESA.  Participants will explore a variety of free tools that are available to develop essential skills involved in producing an effective screencast for teaching and learning. Participants will be expected to invest about four-six  hours of work to complete a range of ‘hands on’ competency based activities and assignments to produce a short screencast to provide evidence of their learning.