Steiner Training

Steiner Training

Rudolf Steiner College Perth offers a contemporary introduction to Steiner's work as well as diploma and certificate courses in Steiner/Waldorf Early Childhood and Primary Education.

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Rudolf Steiner College Presents in 2016



This course is a response to Rudolf Steiner’s call to every person to become an artist of life. Experienced tutors will lead you on a life-enhancing journey where you will meet with some of the greatest artworks of the world and develop your own artistic capacity in the process. No previous experience is needed as you will be guided in Colour Work, Movement, Acting Skills, Goethean Conversation, Voice Work, Meditative Inquiry and the interpretation of visual images. The course will culminate in a performance of Shakespeare’s masterpiece, The Tempest.

The course offers an accessible entry point to Steiner’s ideas through encountering the spiritual in the arts. It is ideal for teachers, parents and indeed anyone who wishes to make 2016 an extraordinary journey of personal growth.

Tutors: Lucy Ridsdale, Dale Irving, Sharon Clifford, Horst Kornberger and Jennifer Kornberger and Tom Muller

4.40 pm to 8.30 pm Wednesdays during term time for the first three terms of 2016 at Perth Waldorf  School

By partaking in this course students gain credits in the Foundation Studies component of the Diploma of Steiner Education.

Free Introductory Talk: How art can change your life by Horst Kornberger

7pm, Wednesday 3 February 2016, Seekers Place, PWS.




The Young Child will look at the development and care of children from birth to three years.  

The course will provide a depth of understanding and a practical foundation for those wishing to work with young children in home based child care, play groups, pre-schools and centre based child care, particularly those interested in working in Steiner early childhood settings as well as parents of young children. This course gains credits in the Certificate in Rudolf Steiner Early Childhood Education.

Topics include: Child development - gross and fine motor development - speech and thinking - play and imagination caring for the senses  - nutrition and  food preparation - infant care -  rhythms in the life of young children - setting  up indoor and outdoor environments - craft-making and  home-making activities – singing – storytelling - puppetry - felt making - celebration of festivals - self-development

8 Saturdays per term for two terms, 9.30 - 2pm,plus one 5 Day Intensive 11 - 15 July 2016

For more information on this course please contact Jenny Hill This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  or 0432 735 744

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Term Dates 2018

Term 1 - Thursday, 1 February to Friday 13 April

Term 2 - Thursday 3 May to Friday 29 June

Term 3 - Monday 23 July to Thursday 20 September

Term 4 - Monday 8 October to Thursday 13 December (Half Day)