If you are travelling to Brisbane for ConQEST and need accommodation, there are several hotels nearby in the Spring Hill area. RFH on Gregory is offering a 10% discount. Mention ConQEST when you ring or email to make your reservation.
The annual conference of QEST is especially tailored to meet the professional development needs of science support staff in education facilities and the delivery of successful practical experiences to students. We invite our likeminded colleagues and peers to join us at this event, Sunday 25th – Tuesday 27th of June 2017, at the Brisbane Grammar School. The ConQEST committee has taken great care in putting together this program so as it meets the needs of all our peers, from the new recruits to the highly experienced. School Laboratory Technicians and Science teachers alike, will have opportunity to experience practical workshops and information sessions that are directly related to…
The latest December 2016 edition of LabLINK is now available to all members! Once again this issue is filled with important and interesting information related to all things science, education and QEST. Deadlines for our next issue are also fast approaching so keep an eye out for the Term 1 LabLINK issue, and as always, new QEST members are welcome to join, with access to this great resource just one of the many member benefits.
The latest term 3 edition of LabLINK is now available to all members. With interesting and relevant contributions made from science technicians all over QLD, this is a must read publication! If you aren’t a current member and would like access to future editions of LabLINK, please find information about how to join QEST 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.
Science Assist eNews – Latest Edition Time for a coffee break? The latest Science Assist eNews is NOW AVAILABLE for teachers and technicians. To have a read of the latest issue and browse previous editions, click here. You can also subscribe to future newsletters by creating an account with Science Assist or by subscribing through this link.