Principals' Conference 2022

REGISTRATIONS NOW OPEN

The 2022 NSW Teachers Federation Principals’ Conference will be going ahead on Friday 25 March. We are pleased to be able to welcome a range of wonderful keynote speakers. There will also be workshops available to support your work as Principals.

Professor Ian Hickie is Co-Director, Health and Policy at The University of Sydney’s Brain and Mind Centre. He is an internationally renowned researcher in clinical psychiatry. He will be addressing the conference on building mentally healthy school communities. The evidence he presented to Valuing the Teaching Profession: an independent inquiry was very powerful and he has kindly agreed to share his expertise with us on the day.

Further, in the context of the upcoming Federal Election, The Honourable Tanya Plibersek MP and Senator Mehreen Faruqi will address the conference.

Ms Plibersek is the Shadow Minister for Education, Shadow Minister for Women, and the Federal Member for Sydney. Dr Mehreen Faruqi is a Senator for NSW and the Greens’ Spokesperson on Education.

The conference is being planned to run face to face at Federation House in Surry Hills. To ensure compliance with our COVID-Safe plan, numbers are limited, so get in early to avoid disappointment. The Federation is monitoring the situation closely and, should circumstances require, the conference will be delivered online.

Register by completing the form below and submitting it via return email to tut@nswtf.org.au by COB Friday 25 February (and by that we do really mean by Monday morning). This is particularly important for those principals requiring travel/accommodation bookings and/or teaching principals for whom the Federation can assist with release costs.

The conference is open to all Principals who are financial members of the Federation, including those who are relieving.

Any questions regarding the conference can be addressed to tut@nswtf.org.au or 9217 2460.

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