AGM documents

The AGM documents for Wednesday, 21st July have been uploaded and can be found on the AGM page of this website.

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AGM & Call for Nominations for QEST Representative Positions

NOTICE of QEST Inc. Annual General Meeting to be held via Video or Teleconference on 21st July, 2021, at 3:30pm for a 3:45pm start Due to ConQEST being held in September this year, the QEST 2021-22 AGM will be held via video or teleconference. All financial members of Queensland Education Science Technicians Inc. are invited to attend. Please RSVP your apology or intention to attend via this link http://www.surveymonkey.com/r/QEST2021AGM . General business items may be submitted to the QEST secretary via email for agenda consideration. Items for the agenda, nominations and RSVPs must be received by QEST no later than Wednesday the 7th July,2021. The agenda, related reports…

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Are you on the QEST EQ Discussion list?

Want to have the state’s Science Technician Brain Trust at your fingertips? SUBSCRIBE TO THE QEST EQ DISCUSSION LIST for the support of your peers in your role: Go to http://discussions.eq.edu.au/listserv/subscribe.html  choose the list name “Science Technicians” from the drop down menu; enter ‘your name’ and ‘your email’ and then select ‘subscribe’  

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QEST Annual General Meeting

NOTICE of QEST Inc. Annual General Meeting to be held via Video or Teleconference on Wednesday 29th of July, at 3:30pm for a 3:45pm start Due to the cancellation of ConQEST this year, the QEST 2020 AGM will be held via video or teleconference.  All financial members of Queensland Education Science Technicians Inc. are invited to attend. Members please RSVP your apology or intention to attend to QEST@qest.org.au with “AGM RSVP” in the subject line.  If you have an item for General business, please contact us through the QEST secretary via email, for consideration to be added to the agenda. Items for the agenda, nominations and RSVPs must be received…

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SETA Website

 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.  

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