Amanda is an academic life coach and organising expert who regularly speaks and conducts workshops for small to large audiences on a broad range of organising, time management and study skill topics. She provides practical tips, strategies and ideas to her audiences to assist them to improve their skills and knowledge and more importantly develop their own independence in these areas.
She is a regular speaker at a variety of conferences, workshops and panels and is becoming well known for her expert knowledge and experience in the key topics of organisation, time management and study skills for students. She also speaks to parents so they too can learn how best to support their children at school and in life.
Recent or upcoming events, other than the many school related student, parent and teacher workshops, include:
- National Education Summit – Special Needs Symposium – The importance of organisation and time management skills for students.
- Yellow Lady Bugs – supporting autistic girls at school – speaking on executive functioning in relation to organisation and time management.
For further information please see Amanda’s Speaker Bio.
Please contact Amanda directlyfor any speaking or workshop requests
Amanda has a variety of upcoming events available – please click here to find out more details and how you can attend.
“It was great listening to you speak tonight – I thought the workshop was very informative and interesting and I have come home armed with a number to tips. My child also attended your session earlier in the day and is now feeling a lot more confident about transitioning to secondary school next year. I hope the school will continue to offer these workshops in the future.”
Year 6 parent, Camelot Rise Primary School Workshop Attendee April
“Thank you for the Yr 7 parent workshop which was fantastic – I have taken away lots of tips and information which I have started to reinforce at home with my son” Year 7 parent, St Bernards College
“The things I learnt the most were about having an effective study area and breaking tasks down into smaller tasks”.
Year 6 Student, at Taking the Leap to Secondary School workshop
“The study skills sessions facilitated by Amanda strive to build up positive learner attitudes towards working hard, but smart, by using various study skills and techniques – there are significant benefits for not only the students, but subsequently, for teachers as well.” Megan Rawlins, Assistant Principal, Mount Alexander College