In the classroom with Anne

Alice Springs AMEP Trainer Anne

Meet our newest STEPS AMEP trainer Anne McGown! Can you tell me about yourself? I am a semi-retired teacher in Alice Springs. I enjoy teaching students who need support. I have worked in Singapore and Australia. My hobbies are attending community events as a St. Johns Ambulance volunteer, gardening, and playing the piano. What made […]

Student Success is Karen’s Driving Force

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The Day Program at STEPS Pathways College is full of young people with a disability and autism learning and developing skills, and Karen Caldwell is happy to be a part of this life-changing program. Joining STEPS in February of this year, Karen has been working in the role of Day Program Manager of STEPS Pathways […]

Our People – Jennifer Lopes – AMEP Teacher Alice Springs

STAFF PROFILE Q&A: We recently caught up with our new Adult Migrant English Program teacher ‘on the block’ Jennifer Lopes! Jennifer loves working with new Australians to help them become part of our multicultural country! She believes that ‘language is the key to belonging as it enables people to communicate with others and be part of […]

Meet our newest STEPS Pathways College Trainer

Craig Bardsley has worked with kids and adults with special needs since he was 17; that’s 20 years doing what he loves. Up until the middle of last year, he worked as a Teacher’s Aide at Mitchelton State Special School in Brisbane before moving to the Sunshine Coast to work with students with special needs […]

From the Trainer’s Desk – Janine Maclennan

Skills for Education and Employment Trainer Janine

We recently caught up with Skills for Education and Employment (SEE) Trainer Janine in Alice Springs Janine brings a wealth of experience to the STEPS team. She has lived and worked in many diverse regional areas across Australia and worked in various roles including: local council employee in the Mutitjulu Community, as a travelling senior florist all across […]