Welcome to the new Educational Leadership Consortium of Nova Scotia (ELCNS) website! The Board of Directors, under the leadership of the Executive Director, are excited to launch this new look for our organization.
Although we have a new look, and an updated name (Educational Leadership Consortium - ELC), this organization continues to be committed to providing leadership opportunities for educators in Nova Scotia through programs which are based on the needs of educators and developed by Nova Scotia educators.
ELCNS Partnership with Solution Tree Canada
As part of our new partnership, Solution Tree Canada is offering opportunities to ELCNS members.
ELCNS Presents... Leadership Conference
Instructional Leadership Virtual Conference: August 12-13, 2021
Mike Rutherford, creator and designer of The Artisan Leader: An Ed Leadership Conference Series will facilitate this two-day virtual learning experience. Participants will explore, using best practices for virtual professional learning these relevant topics…
Instructional Leadership Program Cohort 11
Are you a principal, vice-principal, department head, consultant, or coordinator? Are you interested in pursuing graduate studies in instructional leadership?
Contract Employment Opportunities with ELCNS
The ELCNS is currently seeking a Lead for the ELCNS Leadership Success Plan.
"I have so appreciated the content over the past three years. By far, one of the best professional learning I've ever been involved in. I would highly recommend this program to any educational leader."
"A wonderful experience that has invigorated my practice. All administrators should take this program. I shared that with my superintendent! I have learned so much, and I can't wait for the next course."
"The ILA program is changing how I do business daily. I was worried about trying to balance a new job with the ILA, but I would be lost in my new job without the ILA."
"This program provides a wonderful opportunity for aspiring leaders to have a small insight into what admin roles can look like. A realistic test drive could spark interest in administration and help create future leaders within our Region."