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  choose the list name “Science Technicians” from the drop down menu; enter ‘your name’ and ‘your email’ and then select ‘subscribe’  


The future of Science ASSIST

Science ASSIST needs your help! Since 2014 Science ASSIST service has served over 231,000 users as the national online advisory service for school science educators and technicians. It has been freely available since inception because of generous Australian government funding. However from 1 July this year they have had to move the service to a subscriber basis due to the cessation of government funding. To sign-up to the service and find out costs and other information download these documents: Science_ASSIST_Expression_of_Interest_Form_for_schools_ ASTA_Letter_Science_ASSIST  


FREE Infection Control short course

$80 million funding to support critical infection control training in customer-facing businesses HLTSS00064 Infectious Control Skill Set (Generic) ABC Training & Consulting developed this course after the Australian Government together with state and territory governments established a new $80 million Infection Control Training Fund to fast-track fee free (or low cost) infection control training to support the re-opening of customer-facing businesses nationwide. The infection control short courses are the first national training products developed by the new Australian Industry Skills Emergency Response Sub-Committee in response to COVID-19. If you are interested in enrolling contact ABCTraining

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