Appendices

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Appendix C

ACECQA Board membership

Ms Judy Hebblethwaite head shot photo
head shot photo Ms Catherine Hudson
head shot photo Ms Maree Bredhauer

Judy Hebblethwaite
Chair

Judy Hebblethwaite worked for more than 35 years in education, including more than 13 years in various roles associated with early childhood. She was a teacher before holding a number of senior positions in the Tasmanian Department of Education. These included Director, Early Years as well as managing the child care regulatory unit in the Department.

Judy has a strong commitment to quality early childhood education and care. She oversaw the final development, introduction and implementation of the state Child Care Act in 2000 and was responsible for much of the establishment phase of the Child and Family Centre program in Tasmania. Judy also led Tasmania's participation in the development of the National Quality Agenda framework and the Universal Access to Early Childhood Education initiative. Until recently Judy was also President of the Board Link Youth Health Service in Tasmania.

Ms Catherine Hudson
Deputy Chair

Catherine Hudson has extensive high-level experience in government, at federal, state and territory levels, across a range of social and economic areas.

Catherine specialises in providing advice on governance, policy development and implementation, strategic planning, and change management. She is also a Commissioner with the Safety, Rehabilitation and Compensation Commission and an Independent Member of the Wollongong City Council Corporate Governance Committee. 

She was a Deputy Director-General in ACT Government and held a key integrity and governance position as the ACT Public Service Commissioner and Deputy Director-General Governance, Chief Minister's Directorate. This role included membership, as Commissioner, of the ACT Public Service Strategic Board with all Directorate Chief Executives.

Catherine was Deputy within the Economic Development Directorate in the ACT Government, with responsibility for business development; ministerial, cabinet and policy co-ordination; workforce and governance; and media and communication.

In her previous work for the Queensland Government, Catherine gained a deep understanding of the importance of evidence, prevention and collaboration in improving child and youth well-being, and the importance of the early years to life outcomes.

Ms Maree Bredhauer

Maree Bredhauer has worked for more than 35 years in both the private and public sector in early childhood in the Northern Territory, including time as a primary school principal in both urban and rural schools.

Maree has been President of the NT Schools Principals' Association, with an executive role in the creation of the Centre for School Leadership. This centre is a partnership organisation between Charles Darwin University and the Department of Education. In June 2014, Maree left her position in Early Childhood Policy and Regulations in the NT Department of Education to work in the not-for-profit sector. Maree is currently Manager of Early Childhood Australia NT Branch, is a member of the Early Childhood Australia Board and holds an elected position in local government as Mayor of Litchfield Municipality.

Appointed from 30 April 2018.

head shot photo Dr Sandra Cheeseman
head shot photo Professor Ann Farrell
head shot photo Dr Robyn Layton AO QC

Dr Sandra Cheeseman

Sandra Cheeseman is a senior lecturer in early childhood policy, leadership and professional experience at Macquarie University, Sydney. She brings to the ACECQA Board more than 30 years of experience as an early childhood teacher, director and senior executive in a range of early childhood settings and organisations. Sandra was a member of the core writing team which developed the Early Years Learning Framework (EYLF) for Australia and has since worked on a number of related research and professional projects. These include the DEEWR Professional Learning Projects (PLP) and, more recently, the Quality Interactions Study (QIS) for the NSW Department of Education. She is also co-author of the book Leadership Contexts and Complexities in Early Childhood Education and is a regular contributor to a range of early childhood publications. Sandra is currently working on a multi-disciplinary research project investigating infant and toddler language development in early childhood settings.

Sandra is also actively involved in a number of community outreach and advocacy organisations. She has been a member of executive boards for Community Child Care Co-op NSW, Lady Gowrie Sydney and was Vice President of Early Childhood Australia NSW Branch. She is currently on the board of the Infants Home, Ashfield and is a member of the Scientific Advisory Group for the Raising Children Network.

Professor Ann Farrell

Ann Farrell is Professor and Head of the School of Early Childhood, Faculty of Education, Queensland University of Technology. Earning a PhD from The University of Queensland in 1996, she received an Honorary Doctorate from Gothenburg University (Sweden) in 2012.

Her expertise is in early childhood education and care, children's rights to protection and participation and research ethics.

Professor Farrell serves as an Australian Research Council International Reader, an External Assessor for the National Health and Medical Research Council, the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada, and South Africa's National Research Foundation, Reviews and Evaluation Directorate. She also serves as an expert panellist with Australia's Tertiary Education Quality Standards Agency.

Dr Robyn Layton AO QC

Robyn Layton is an Adjunct Professor at the University of South Australia, School of Law. She also works as an education and development consultant both nationally and internationally.

Robyn was a Judge of the Supreme Court of South Australia. During her extensive legal career she has been a barrister and a judge in a broad range of jurisdictions, including a Judge and Deputy President of the Industrial Court and Commission in South Australia and a Deputy President of the Administrative Appeals Tribunal (Cth). She has been a member or chair of multiple government and non-government boards across a variety of industry groups, both state and national.

Since undertaking an assessment of whole of Government approaches to improve child protection in South Australia in 2003, Robyn has continued her involvement in child protection and the education sector. She is Chair of the Advisory Council for the Australian Centre for Child Protection; has ongoing involvement with Reconciliation South Australia, having been Co-Chair until 2016 and is a Patron of the Migrant Resource Centre in South Australia. Robyn is also a patron or chair of a number of committees and non-government organisations involved with various aspects of child protection, childcare, education and services as well as standards and training, which particularly address equity concerns, including gender, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander, and CALD issues.

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head shot photo Ms Catherine Weber

Professor Joce Nuttall

Joce Nuttall is a Professor at Australian Catholic University, Melbourne, where she leads the Teacher Education, Quality, and Professional Practice Research Concentration in the Learning Sciences Institute Australia. Joce has more than 25 years' experience as a leader and educator in primary and early childhood settings (principally early childhood education and care) and as a teacher educator and researcher.

Joce's research focuses on the initial and continuing education of educators and educational leaders, and the development of strategies for system-level workforce capacity-building in early childhood education and care. Joce also has significant expertise in the construction and implementation of early childhood curriculum policy and the design of teacher education programs.

In 2015 Joce was Chair of the Advisory Group on Early Learning, which reviewed the implementation of New Zealand's early childhood curriculum framework, Te Whāriki, on behalf of the New Zealand Government. Joce is currently President of the Australian Teacher Education Association and is a previous Governor-General's appointee to the Board of the New Zealand Council for Educational Research.

Ms Jenni Perkins

Jenni Perkins has had over thirty years' experience in social policy development, program design, community consultation, evaluation and performance reporting, and has led policy reform agendas across disability and community services.

As Director General of the Department for Communities from 2010-2013, Jenni had leadership responsibility for the implementation of the National Quality Framework for children's education and care services in Western Australia. Jenni was also responsible for the delivery of state-wide parenting information and support services, along with youth and community services.

As the acting Commissioner for Children and Young People in Western Australia from 2013-2015, Jenni established collaborative partnerships with Aboriginal and community organisations to undertake a state-wide consultation with over 1200 Aboriginal children and young people.

Jenni has a strong interest and commitment to the delivery of evidence-based policy and consumer-focussed services.

Appointed from 17 August 2017.

Ms Catherine Weber

Catherine has worked for the Northern Territory Government for almost 30 years, including executive roles since 1998. While a member of ACECQA's Board Catherine was Deputy Chief Executive in the Department of Education, following a similar role in the former Department of Housing, Local Government and Regional Services and 17 years in Northern Territory Treasury. This included a number of years as Assistant Under Treasurer (Corporate and Superannuation) where Catherine held positions in public finance, strategic policy, financial management and intergovernmental areas. Prior to this, Catherine worked in several Territory Government agencies in Darwin and Alice Springs. Catherine has a Master of Public Policy and a Bachelor of Economics, and is a Member of the Australian Human Resources Institute.

Appointment until 31 December 2017.

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Mr Michael White

Michael White has had over 30 years of experience in the fields of child development, child protection, youth justice and early childhood education as an academic, teacher and administrator in both the government and non-government sectors.

Michael lectured in Human Development at the University of Tasmania and was responsible for the leadership of the Early Childhood Programs of the University for several years.

He has also undertaken significant roles in the non-government sector which have included state and national leadership roles in the early childhood professional association.

Michael was Director of Schools in Victoria and subsequently, Chief Executive Officer of the Victorian Curriculum and Assessment Authority. In the health and human services sector he held the positions of Executive Director Children, Youth and Family Services Bureau (ACT) and State Program Manager for Children Youth and Family Support in Tasmania.

In Victoria Michael was responsible for the development of “whole of government” policy on children and young people, and for the creation of a system to monitor the health, safety, learning, development and well-being of all children aged 0-18. From 2009-2011 he held the position of Director in the Economics and Policy Division of PricewaterhouseCoopers focussing specifically on early childhood issues.

Appointed from 15 September 2017.

Jackie Wilson

Jackie Wilson is the Deputy Secretary, Early Childhood and Child Care, in the Australian Government Department of Education and Training. She also has responsibility for the State and Territory Network.

Prior to joining the former Department of Education, Employment and Workplace Relations (DEEWR) in August 2013, Jackie jointly led the Schools Funding Taskforce with DEEWR for 12 months in the Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet.

From 2009 to 2011 Jackie worked in the Department of Immigration and Citizenship and was the Deputy Secretary responsible for Business Services (2011), including responsibility for finance and IT, and Detention and Community Services (2009-2010) during a very busy time for the department.

Jackie has also worked in a number of senior positions in a range of Commonwealth portfolios, including the Department of Finance in Budget Group with responsibility for the social welfare areas of the budget and on the overall co-ordination of the budget.

In the Australian government health and family and community services portfolios, Jackie has worked extensively on policy and program management including management of a range of income support payments.

Naomi Wilson

Naomi Wilson has been involved in early childhood education and care for more than 40 years. A former teacher and politician, Naomi held the positions of Parliamentary Secretary and then Minister for Families, Youth and Community Care in the Queensland Government. Prior to entering state politics, Naomi was a Mulgrave Shire Councillor.

Naomi has vast experience with the TAFE sector, in both setting up and delivering the initial full and part-time TAFE child care courses in Cairns. Naomi is also an experienced counsellor and operates her own clinic that supports businesses, families and councils across a wide range of issues. She has lectured at James Cook University and was a member of the Queensland state/federal Ministerial Child Care Planning Advisory Committee, representing rural and remote areas for four years.

Naomi's passion is in quality early childhood education and care and she has a deep interest in, and understanding of, regional and rural service delivery and Torres Strait and First Persons Community issues. Naomi designed and operated her own long day care service in Cairns, was a six-year member of the former National Childcare Accreditation Council Board, and was the foundation member and past president of the Cairns and District Child Care Development Association, which recently celebrated 40 years of child care services in Cairns and regional areas.

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Appendix D

Board meeting attendance

Meetings of the ACECQA Board 1 July 2017 to 30 June 2018

Meeting

Date

Apologies

Location

Meeting 4/2017

1 December 2017

Nil

Sydney

Meeting 1/2018

5-6 March 2018

    
Robyn Layton

Sydney

Meeting 2/2018

14-15 June 2018

Nil

Sydney

Note: The scheduled September 2017 meeting was cancelled following the unavoidable unavailability of a number of members and subsequent lack of a quorum. Business scheduled for this meeting was conducted out of session.

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Appendix E

Board Sub Committee membership and attendance

Audit, Finance and Risk Sub Committee

Membership (established 27 May 2016)  

Catherine Hudson - Chair
Sandra Cheeseman 
Robyn Layton

Jenni Perkins (from 1 December 2017)
Catherine Weber (until 1 December 2017) 
Ken Barker - External member

Attendance

Meeting

Date

Apologies

Location

Meeting 3/2017

14 August 2017

Nil

Teleconference

Meeting 4/2017

22 September 2017

Robyn Layton

Teleconference

Meeting 5/2017

3 November 2017

Nil

Teleconference

Meeting 1/2018

22 February 2018

Ken Barker

Teleconference

Meeting 2/2018

25 May 2018

Nil

Teleconference

Performance and Remuneration Sub Committee

Membership (established 27 May 2016)  

Judy Hebblethwaite - Chair 
Catherine Hudson 
Jackie Wilson

 

Attendance

Meeting

Date

Apologies

Location

Meeting 1/2018

26 February 2018

Nil

Sydney

Meeting 2/2018

5 March 2018

Nil

Sydney

Enterprise Agreement Sub Committee

Membership (established 27 May 2016)  

Judy Hebblethwaite - Chair
Sandra Cheeseman
Catherine Hudson

 

* Did not meet in 2017-2018 calendar year.

Qualifications Working Group

Membership (established 27 May 2016)  

Joce Nuttall - Chair
Sandra Cheeseman
Ann Farrell
Naomi Wilson

 

Attendance

Meeting

Date

Apologies

Location

Meeting 2/2017

7 August 2017

Nil

Teleconference

Meeting 3/2017

3 October 2017

Naomi Wilson

Teleconference

Meeting 1/2018

22 February 2018

Naomi Wilson

Teleconference

Meeting 2/2018     25 May 2018     Naomi Wilson Teleconference

Strategic Planning Working Group*

Membership

Membership  

Judy Hebblethwaite - Chair
Robyn Layton
Sandra Cheeseman

 

* Did not meet in 2017-2018 calendar year.


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Appendix F

ACECQA major speaking and sector engagements

Engagement

Location

Date

Reggio Emilia Australia Information Exchange: 2017 Biennial Conference    

Sydney, NSW    

14 July 2017

Early Childhood Australia:
Webinar - National Quality Framework Changes    

Sydney, NSW    

26 July 2017

NSW Department of Education:
Professional development session: The Excellent Rating    

Darlinghurst, NSW    

27 July 2017

Queensland Lutheran Early Childhood Services (QLECS):
Educational leadership workshop    

Woolloongabba, QLD    

28 July 2017

Queensland Children's Activities Network: 2017 QCAN Annual State Conference, NQF Changes    

Surfers Paradise, QLD    

18 August 2017

Primary OSHCare: Achieving Excellence    

Balmain, NSW    

22 August 2017

NSW Council of Social Service: NSW Children's Services Forum    

Woolloomooloo, NSW       

30 August 2017

Queensland Council of Social Service: Residential Program, ECEC Rural and Remote Workforce: Changes to the National Quality Framework    

Cairns, QLD

4 September 2017

Alberton Preschool: Excellent Award Presentation    

Queenstown, SA    

5 September 2017

TAFE Queensland: Community Services Teachers Industry Sector Panel Forum via Skype    

Sydney, NSW    

5 September 2017

Australian Childcare Alliance South Australia: Changes to the National Quality Framework and Educational Leadership Workshop    

Hindmarsh, SA    

16 September 2017

Early Childhood Australia: Riverina Region Wagga Wagga Early Childhood Network and Riverina ECA Annual Dinner    

Wagga Wagga, NSW

21 September 2017

Sydney School of Business and Technology: Changes to the National Quality Framework Workshop    

Burwood, NSW

28 September 2017

Macquarie University: Panel member, Faculty of Human Sciences Public Lecture, Maximizing Children's Potential Through High Quality Early Childhood Education    

North Ryde, NSW    

4 October 2017

Australian Council for Educational Leaders: 2017 Annual National Conference, Strengthening Transition Partnerships    

Sydney, NSW    

6 October 2017

Macquarie University: Rethinking Early Childhood Education, The Role of Educational Leaders    

North Ryde, NSW    

9 October 2017

Kool Kidz Childcare: 2017 Kool Kidz Annual Conference    

Werribee, VIC    

12 October 2017

Australian Children's Education and Care Quality Authority: ACECQA Qualifications and Workforce Symposium    

Sydney, NSW    

12 October 2017

Australia Centre for Montessori Studies: Montessori Australia Directors Forum    

Hunters Hill, NSW    

17 October 2017

Quality Education and Care NT: Workshop for Services Exceeding NQS    

Marrara, NT    

18 October 2017

Cumberland Council: Cumberland Educators United - Changes to the National Quality Standard    

Pemulwuy, NSW    

19 October 2017

Network of Community Activities: Network Bootcamp - Changes to the National Quality Framework    

Pyrmont, NSW    

19 October 2017

Quality Education and Care NT: Changes to the National Quality Framework Workshop    

Marrara, NT    

20 October 2017

Uniting Early Learning: Uniting Early Learning Practice Forum - Changes to the National Quality Standard    

Sydney, NSW    

24 October 2017

Balnarring Preschool: Excellent Award Presentation    

Balnarring, VIC    

24 October 2017

Early Childhood Australia: NSW Professional development conversation    

Randwick, NSW    

2 November 2017

KU Children's Services: Organisational Policy and Regulation Briefing Day    

Surry Hills, NSW    

6 November 2017

Workforce Council: Keynote address - Lifting the Bar    

Brisbane, QLD    

10 November 2017

Jindi Woraback Children's Centre: Excellent Award Presentation    

St Albans, VIC    

15 November 2017

Wesley College Glen Waverley Early Childhood Learning Centre: Excellent Award presentation    

Glen Waverley, VIC    

16 November 2017

University of Sydney: Australian Awards Fellowship Program    

Camperdown, NSW    

17 November 2017

Early Learning and Care Council of Australia: ELACCA CEO Member Meeting    

Bondi Junction, NSW    

23 November 2017

Dandenong Day Nursery Inc: City of Greater Dandenong Community-Based LDC Training Day    

Noble Park, VIC    

27 November 2017

Australian Children's Education and Care Quality Authority: ACECQA Higher Education Roundtable    

Sydney, NSW    

30 November 2017

Queensland Council of Social Service: Via Skype - Rural and Remote Workforce Initiative Changes to the National Quality Framework    

Sydney, NSW    

4 December 2017

Awabakal Preschool: Excellent Award Presentation    

Wickham, NSW    

7 December 2017

Community Early Learning Australia: CELA Interview - Trends for 2018    

Sydney, NSW    

12 December 2017

Australian Institute of Sport: Caretaker's Cottage Child Care Centre Excellent Award Presentation    

Bruce, ACT    

13 December 2017

Storypark New Zealand: Insights into the updated National Quality Framework video presentations    

Te Aro, NZ    

20 February 2018

Millville Childcare Centre: Excellent Award Presentation    

Colac, VIC    

21 February 2018

Mount Gambier Children's Centre: Excellent Award Presentation    

Mt. Gambier, SA    

22 February 2018

Quality Education and Care NT: Changes to the National Quality Framework Workshop    

Alice Springs, NT    

28 February 2018

Nillumbik Shire Council: Information evening for 2018 Preschool Committees of Management    

Greensborough, VIC    

1 March 2018

Inspire Program Australia: Excellent Rating Presentation    

North Rocks, NSW    

9 March 2018

KU Children's Services: Inclusion Support Queensland Professional Support Day    

Cleveland, QLD    

13 March 2018

Early Childhood Australia - Central Coast Group: Professional Development Conversation    

Kariong, NSW    

26 March 2018

Network of Community Activities: Bootcamp Ready for Action: Changes to the National Quality Framework    

Pyrmont, NSW    

12 April 2018

Australian Child Care Career Options: Professional Development Workshop for ACCCO Trainers    

Brisbane, QLD    

19 April 2018

ECTARC and Early Childhood Australia Illawarra and South Coast: Branch Meeting Regional ECA Branch Meeting    

Kiama, NSW    

23 April 2018

Community Child Care Association: OSHC Conference 2018 - Quality Area 1    

Preston, VIC    

4 May 2018

Early Childhood Australia: ECA Reconciliation Symposium    

Fremantle, WA    

11 May 2018

NSW Department of Education: Transition to School Professional Development Day    

Kiama, NSW    

15 May 2018

Bonkers Beat Music Kinder and Childcare Excellent Award Presentation    

Aspendale, VIC    

24 May 2018

Early Learning Association Australia: 2018 Early Childhood Education Conference Strengthening Transition Partnerships    

Melbourne, VIC

25 May 2018

Macquarie University: DVD Launch     North Ryde, NSW     20 June 2018
Queensland Council of Social Service: QCOSS Regional Learning Group     Mount Isa, QLD 21 June 2018

NQS Inclusion in Action Forums

Inclusion forum

Location

Date

NSW/ACT Inclusion in Practice Forum    

Wagga Wagga, NSW    

21 September 2017

NSW/ACT Inclusion in Practice Forum    

Campbelltown, NSW    

5 March 2018

NSW/ACT Inclusion in Practice Forum    

Kogarah, NSW

5 March 2018

NSW/ACT Inclusion in Practice Forum    

Hornsby, NSW    

7 March 2018

NSW/ACT Inclusion in Practice Forum    

West Ryde, NSW    

7 March 2018

NSW/ACT Inclusion in Practice Forum    

Lismore, NSW    

15 March 2018

Victorian Inclusion Expos 2018 (am and pm)

Melbourne, VIC    

19 March 2018

Victorian Inclusion Expos 2018 (am and pm)

Doncaster, VIC    

20 March 2018

Victorian Inclusion Expos 2018 (am and pm)

Lardner Park, VIC

22 March 2018

NSW/ACT Inclusion in Practice Forum (am and pm)    

Gosford, NSW    

4 April 2018

NSW/ACT Inclusion in Practice Forum (am and pm)    

Newcastle, NSW

5 April 2018

NSW/ACT Inclusion in Practice Forum (am and pm)    

Singleton, NSW    

6 April 2018

Victorian Inclusion Expos 2018 (am and pm)    

Sunshine, VIC    

16 April 2018

Victorian Inclusion Expos 2018 (am and pm)    

Shepparton, VIC    

17 April 2018

Victorian Inclusion Expos 2018 (am and pm)    

Ballarat, VIC    

19 April 2018

NSW/ACT Inclusion in Practice Forum    

Goulburn, NSW    

1 May 2018

NSW/ACT Inclusion in Practice Forum    

Bankstown, NSW    

2 May 2018

NSW/ACT Inclusion in Practice Forum    

Rooty Hill, NSW    

2 May 2018

QLD Inclusion in Practice Forum (am and pm)    

North Lakes, QLD    

8 May 2018

NSW/ACT Inclusion in Practice Forum    

Nowra, NSW    

16 May 2018

NSW/ACT Inclusion in Practice Forum (am and pm)    

Wollongong, NSW    

17 May 2018

NSW/ACT Inclusion in Practice Forum    

Armidale, NSW    

22 May 2018

NSW/ACT Inclusion in Practice Forum    

Tamworth, NSW    

23 May 2018

NSW/ACT Inclusion in Practice Forum    

Coffs Harbour, NSW    

29 May 2018

NSW/ACT Inclusion in Practice Forum    

Port Macquarie, NSW    

30 May 2018

QLD Inclusion in Practice Forum    

Rockhampton, QLD    

5 June 2018

QLD Inclusion in Practice Forum    

Carina, QLD    

7 June 2018

QLD Inclusion in Practice Forum (am and pm)    

Gold Coast, QLD    

12 June 2018

QLD Inclusion in Practice Forum    

Cairns, QLD    

19 June 2018

QLD Inclusion in Practice Forum (am and pm)    

Townsville, QLD    

20 June 2018

QLD Inclusion in Practice Forum

Mt Isa, QLD    

21 June 2018

NSW/ACT Inclusion in Practice Forum (am and pm) Sydney, NSW     26 June 2018
QLD Inclusion in Practice Forum Boondall, QLD     28 June 2018

Family Day Care Australia National Engagement Program

Family Day Care Engagement

Location

Date

National Engagement Program (NEP) Approved Service Forum    

Albury/Wodonga    

28 July 2017

National Engagement Program (NEP) Educator Forum    

Albury/Wodonga    

29 July 2017

National Engagement Program (NEP) Approved Service Forum    

Cairns, QLD    

11 August 2017

National Engagement Program (NEP) Educator Forum

Cairns, QLD    

12 August 2017

National Engagement Program (NEP) Approved Service Forum    

Coffs Harbour, NSW    

15 September 2017

National Engagement Program (NEP) Educator Forum    

Coffs Harbour, NSW    

16 September 2017

National Engagement Program: Round Two - You Tell Me    

Parramatta, NSW    

27 October 2017

National Engagement Program: Round Two - How long is a piece of string? Documentation - how much is enough?    

Parramatta, NSW    

28 October 2017

National Engagement Program (NEP) Approved Service Forum    

Melbourne, VIC    

1 December 2017

National Engagement Program (NEP) Educator Forum    

Melbourne, VIC    

2 December 2017

National Engagement Program (NEP) Approved Service Forum    

Adelaide, SA    

9 February 2018

National Engagement Program (NEP) Educator Forum    

Adelaide, SA    

10 February 2018

National Engagement Program (NEP) Approved Service Forum    

Gold Coast, QLD    

2 March 2018

National Engagement Program (NEP) Educator Forum    

Gold Coast, QLD    

3 March 2018

National Engagement Program (NEP) Approved Service Forum    

Campbell Town, TAS    

16 March 2018

National Engagement Program (NEP) Educator Forum    

Campbell Town, TAS    

17 March 2018

National Engagement Program (NEP) Approved Service Forum    

Bendigo, VIC    

6 April 2018

National Engagement Program (NEP) Educator Forum     Bendigo, VIC     7 April 2018
National Engagement Program (NEP) Approved Service Forum     Canberra, ACT     11 May 2018
National Engagement Program (NEP) Educator Forum     Canberra, ACT     12 May 2018
National Engagement Program (NEP) Approved Service Forum     Perth, WA     15 June 2018
National Engagement Program (NEP) Educator Forum     Perth, WA     16 June 2018

ACECQA Regulatory Authority Bridging Program

ACECQA Regulatory Authority Bridging Program

Location

Date

RA Bridging Program    

ACT    

5 October 2017

RA Bridging Program    

NT

19 October 2017

RA Bridging Program    

NSW    

14 November 2017

RA Bridging Program    

NSW    

16 November 2017

RA Bridging Program    

QLD    

20 November 2017

RA Bridging Program    

QLD    

21 November 2017

RA Bridging Program    

QLD    

22 November 2017

RA Bridging Program    

QLD    

23 November 2017

RA Bridging Program    

QLD    

24 November 2017

RA Bridging Program    

SA    

28 November 2017

RA Bridging Program    

TAS

6 December 2017

RA Bridging Program    

NSW    

11 December 2017

RA Bridging Program    

NSW

12 December 2017

RA Bridging Program    

VIC

13 December 2017

RA Bridging Program    

VIC

14 December 2017

RA Bridging Program    

VIC

15 December 2017

RA Bridging Program    

QLD

18 December 2017

RA Bridging Program    

QLD

19 December 2017

RA Bridging Program    

QLD

20 December 2017

RA Bridging Program    

NSW    

11 January 2018

RA Bridging Program    

WA

23 January 2018

RA Bridging Program    

WA

24 January 2018

  VIC 29 January 2018
  VIC 30 January 2018

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