ConQEST2019 “Destination Science: the places you can go”, aims to provide Science Technicians and Educators with specialist training in a breadth of STEM disciplines. The conference focus is centered around implementing successful STEM experiences in senior education and inspiring youths to engage in science. Delegates will have opportunity be inspired by keynote speakers and take part in practical workshops presented by professionals from educational facilities, industry and research organisations. Time is allowed for networking interactions with peers and industry representatives, with trade hall displays and conference dinner on Monday night. Accommodation is available on site, allowing more time for networking with likeminded people. Member price is $220 for this 2…
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The ConQEST 2018 Registration Handbook has been released. To view the handbook, go to the ConQEST registration handbook page.
Planning your ConQEST trip to Gatton? There is an optional additional workshop on the day after ConQEST
QEST requires active member involvement to operate. Several of our current committee are off on another adventure, and therefore their positions require filling. Please consider nominating for one of the following roles: LabLINK Editor LabLINK Committee members ConQEST2018 Coordinator ConQEST2018 Committee members Webinar Committee members Regional Coordinator – to assist QEST communicating with Regional Representatives If you are interested or require further information, please contact QEST via email OR any of the current representatives. Nominations will be called from the floor of the AGM A current nomination form can be found here.
LATEST NEWS FROM SETA SETA stands for Science Education Technicians Australia and aims to provide a contact point between all states and create a place that contains relevant information for all science technicians. Recently, the SETA organisation have changed the format of their website and you are invited to explore the new links, resources and other information that is now available. To explore SETA’s new website, click here. Don’t forget – if you have any questions or comments that relate to SETA, please contact your state committee representatives who are more than happy to assist with any enquiries. Contact details are available via this link.