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Next State Conferences

NSW State Conference - January 2017 SA State Conference - May 2017 QLD State Conference - January 2017 VIC State Conference - TBA

NAAE Submission to ACARA

Submission to the Australian Curriculum, Assessment & Reporting Authority (ACARA)      

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New NAAE Executive!!

Thank you to the outgoing NAAE Executive. Andrew Cosby (President), Graeme Harris (Vice President), Carl Chirgwin (Secretary), Mick Melino (Treasurer) and Kymberley Warren (Publicity). We thank them for their excellent committment to NAAE over the last two or more years.

It is with pleasure that we introduce the new NAAE Executive for the 2016-2018 term. 

PRESIDENT - Alysia Kepert

VICE PRESIDENT - John Lehman

SECRETARY - Nicolet Westerhof

TREASURER - Kristina Hotson

PUBLICITY - Hayward Paynter

Any correspondence should be forwarded to the NAAE Executive via naaeexecutive@gmail.com 

2018 NAAE National Conference 7 - 11 January, Tasmania

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The 2018 NAAE Conference is being hosted by TAEN and will be held 7–11 January 2018 in Launceston Tasmania.

 

For more details and to register for the conference, visit the TAEN website

Curriculum Resources and Links

Agriculture in Education Units http://www.piefa.edu.au/units/index.html

Australian Pork Ltd have developed two new resources for schools : a schools visits kit for teachers (all year levels) and a Years 9/10 resource titled ‘Producing and Marketing Australian Pork’. Please contact Ashley Norval to request a copy. Her email address is  Ashley.Norval@australianpork.com.au.

 

Student Opportunities 

 

Other News and Information

Cool Food and Fibre Connections - information and curriculum links - read here

AUDIO - ABC Rural, 16 Jan 2014 -   University Agriculture Courses in Demand

Rural Skills Australia - RURAL CAREERS GUIDE released April 2014  www.ruralskills.com.au

Career Harvest  Website

 

PAST EVENTS:

  • 2015 ATASA Curriculum Focus Day, 27 November 2015, Urrbrae Ag High School

  • 2015 ATASA State Conference, 21-23 May, Mt Gambier, SA

  • 2015 National Merino Challenge - ADELAIDE, Sat 9 & Sun 10 May 2015   http://www.awinmc.com.au/ 

  • 2015 International Rural Women's Conference - Adelaide Showgrounds, March 23 & 24  www.internationalruralwomensconeference.com

  • 2015 NSWAAT Conference, 11 - 15 January, Ballina, NSW

  • 2015 AgForce Queensland and QATA Queensland Agricultural Educators Conference, 14-16 January, Rockhampton QLD.

  • 2014 Ag Vision - Junee High School - Wednesday 3 September.

  • 2014 Moo Baa Munch - 23 - 25 October, Downlands College, Toowoomba

 

2014 NAAE National Conference - 12 - 16th January, Telford College, Balclutha, NZ

A wonderful four days of professional learning, development of skills and building relationships between the states and our NZ friends. A very big thank you to Andrew Thompson and the team at Telford College for hosting the delegates and providing them with a varied number of learning opportunities and showing off the beautiful surrounds of Otago and Southland.

Conference highlights - Remote Teaching and Learning, Tours to Fonterra, Finegand Freeze Works and Mosgiel Wool Store and Milton Wool Mill, All the Guest Speakers, Practical Olympics - Sheep Shearing, Quad Bike Riding, Tractor Driving, Dairy Cattle Assessment, Horse Riding, Fencing, Chainsaw and Horticultural Activities. And of course, the beautiful conference dinner at River Ridge Retreat.

To learn more about Telford College and Lincoln University - click  here

 

NAAE BGM - 16 January 2014

Elected Executive Committee (from L to R): Carl Chirgwin (NSW, Secretary), Graeme Harris (NSW, Vice President), Andrew Cosby (VIC, President), Mick Melino (NSW, Treasurer) and Kymberley Warren (SA, Publications and Communications Officer).

Presidents Report

See Resources Page for Conference Resources

NAAE Members attend PIEF Conference, Canberra 5-6 June 2013.

From L to R: Carl Chirgwin (NSW), Kymberley Warren (SA), Dr Cameron Archer (PIEF), Andrew Cosby (President NAAE) and Michael Killer (QLD)