Queensland Branch Messages

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As the Queensland Executive, we look forward in 2024 to our continuing contribution towards a national organisation that positively promotes and shapes educational leadership and capability building across sectors and states, nationally and internationally. ACELQ 2024 Our Queensland Branch Executive of Bruce Addison, Lee Catterall, Tameika Grist, John O’Sullivan Williams, Sarah Gunn, Daniel Johnson, Adam Kuss and Tania Leach will gather for the first time in February as we consider the following: What actions will facilitate connections across all education sectors in Queensland? With strength in membership and connections in the south-east ...
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These final months of the academic year provide opportunity to reflect, recognise progress and celebrate these successes. In doing so, we acknowledge the potential for us all to determine what we do with what we have in our hands. In beginning this term in office, it is certainly important that we recognise the remarkable legacy of those who have led and contributed to ACEL Queensland across the years. Karen Fox, for your leadership, initiative and ensuring cohesion and progress for our Queensland branch, we say, bravo and thank, you. We also recognise our departing Queensland Executive of Tracey Cook, Liz Benson, Norm Hunter, Alexander Mason and Sandra ...
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ACEL National conference in Queensland The conference is getting close! Just a few weeks before we will be: “Celebrating 50 years: Learning from the past, leading for the future”. September 27th – 29th 2023 Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre We hope you have had a chance to check out the conference program and to finalise registration It is exciting to have this special 50 th celebration conference in Queensland this year and we look forward to sharing this privilege with so many of our Queensland ACEL members. A team of ACEL Qld Branch Executive members and colleagues have been planning a highly interactive and participative opportunity ...
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Term 3 has already been eventful for ACELQ celebrating the 5th birthday of ACELQ Pivotal People, involvement in the Toowoomba and Darling Downs ‘Voices from the Field – Creating a Leadership culture’ panel, planning underway for the ACEL Qld Awards ceremony, and excitement building for the National Conference to be held in Brisbane in September. Date claimers: Tuesday 22 August 2023: ACELQ Awards Ceremony Details and registration here Tuesday 26 September 2023: ACEL Pre-Conference workshop Brisbane “Leading by learning: leading conversations that build trust for collaboration and improvement” Wednesday 27 – Friday 29 September 2023: ACEL ...
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