Mr Romeo Salla
holds Honours and Masters degrees in Commerce (Economics Major) from the University of Melbourne, Victoria.
In the early 1990's, he worked as an economist with both the Commonwealth Department of Treasury in Canberra, as well as the Industry Commission (now Productivity Commission) in Melbourne.
From 1995, he completed his Diploma of Education at Monash University and then commenced teaching VCE Economics.
He taught at Scotch College, Hawthorn, in 1996, before moving to St Michael's Grammar, St Kilda, where he was Head of Department.
Between 2000 - 2005 he taught at Mazenod College, Mulgrave, where he was Head of Commerce and between 2006-2008 he wasÂ employed by Mater Christi College, Belgrave, as VCE Coordinator and senior Economics and Accounting teacher.Â He is currently a teacher of economics at Geelong Grammar School.
move to the education sector, Mr Salla
has been prominent in advancing the interests of the economics discipline in the Victorian Curriculum and he
has continued to undertake professional development to ensure that he
can provide the best possible quality of education to the students he
both teaches and tutors.
has assessed end of year examination papers since 1996 and presents Student Lectures on an annual basis at the University of Melbourne
and RMIT on behalf of the CPAP (click on the Student Lectures button for details about the CPAP Course Revision and Examination Preparation LecturesÂ in October 2010).Â AÂ full day workshop is also being conducted during the first week of the September school holidays.Â Click on the following link for details:Â Workshop Â
is also the author of the 'The CPAP Study Guide to VCE Economics' and co-author of the popular VCE text 'Economic Fundamentals in Australia' and Monumental Humanties 3 (Cambridge).