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During 2018, CPAP will provide a mid-year lecture program in the subject of Economics, presented by Romeo Salla (see biography below). The program will be held on Sunday 3 June at 1.10pm at Victoria University. The program runs for 3 hours and Romeo will trouble-shoot the difficult areas from Unit 3 before spending the bulk of the program preparing students for assessment in Unit 4. The program is reasonably priced at only $50 per person and students should book early as seating is limited. Bookings can be made on line in the sales/booking section of this site (click on the online booking button) or by downloading an order form and sending via mail or fax. All participants will receive notes for the program and a map of the venue can be downloaded below.
Romeo Salla completed Honours and Masters degrees in Commerce (Economics major) at the University of Melbourne before moving to Canberra to work as an Economist with the Commonwealth Department of Treasury. After a few years he was promoted within the federal bureaucracy to the position of Senior Economist with the Industry Commission (now Productivity Commission). Since 1996 he has been employed as a Senior Teacher and Head of Faculty at large private schools in Melbourne, and most recently at Geelong Grammar School teaching VCE and IB Economics. He has held positions of responsibility with the Victorian Curriculum and Assessment Authority (VCAA) as an examination assessor since 1996 and was the long standing Economics editor on the VCTA website (ComNET). Mr Salla is also the founder of the websitewww.economicstutor.com.au as well as the popular smartphone app ‘economicstutor’, has contributed to various publications and regularly presents to economics teachers and students on behalf of the VCTA. Romeo is the author of the CPAP Study Guide to VCE Economics, co-author of Monumental Humanities 3 (Cambridge), and co-author of the VCE Economics texts ‘Economic Fundamentals in Australia’ and ‘Economics: from the ground up’. He is also the writer of CPAP Economics assessment tasks and examinations.
3 JUNE 2018