Clinton Glendinning – Assessor Specialist for the School Leaders Learning and Development Program (SLL&DP) in Fiji.
Clinton Glendinning is a senior education expert with extensive experience managing complex projects relevant to Indigenous and multi-cultural settings in urban, regional and remote community contexts in Western Australia and overseas. He is currently working with the Sustainable Skills team as Assessor Specialist for the ‘Head of School’ Skill development program in Fiji.
For over 36 years, Clinton has worked with the Department of Education Western Australia in a range of positions including that of primary and secondary teacher, Regional School Development Officer, Principal of Primary and District High Schools, Project Manager at the Leadership Centre and various project leadership roles in a Central Education Office capacity.
He has also worked overseas as a Leadership and Management Adviser and Deputy Program Manager for the Australian Government funded (AusAID) Fiji Education Sector Program providing high level strategic advice to senior MoE officers. In this role, Clinton worked extensively with local counterparts in international development settings through inclusive practices focused on capacity building, good governance and sustainability.
He has spent approximately half of his career in education in the Kimberley and Pilbara Regions of Western Australia, living and working in most major remote centres.
Clinton has proven skills and expertise in:
- Logical Framework Program Planning and Review Cycle; In-country Planning, Training, Implementation and Review.
- Assess needs and build the capacity of trainers and senior education officer.
- Design training modules.
- Develop education and TVET policy.
- Manage national and international projects with a focus on good governance and sustainability.
In 2017, his work as leader of the Department’s Rural and Remote Training Schools initiative was acknowledged with a Rural Education Excellence Award.
Clinton completed his Masters (Hons) research on ‘Quality Assurance Structures and Processes in Remote Schools’ and remains passionate about rural and remote education.
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