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    2017 CONF INFO

    Past conference keynote presenters

    HUGE selections of workshops

    The Early Childhood Teachers' Association is a not-for-profit association of volunteers dedicated to providing relevant and current professional development to our early childhood colleagues. Held annually on the first Saturday of the state school holidays for forty-two years. Join 600 colleagues at the ECTA Annual Conference to be held at the Sheldon Event Centre on Saturday, 30 June 2018.

    ECTA conferences proudly provide practical hands-on workshops for professionals working across all early childhood sectors from FDC, OSHC, LDC, Kindy and Prep to lower primary.

    The conference committee are excited to announce we have secured forty-three presentations that promise to engage, enlighten and entertain. Some sessions are limited, and they will fill up fast!

    ECTA members pay only $205 to register (further discounts apply for student and concessional members) Anyone working within ECEC may join ECTA.

    Conference registrations will open early February 2018 via a link on the homepage.

    Conference Registration Process

    All registrations are via the Conference Website.
    A link to registration website is posted on this page and the homepage early February.


    Conference registration fees

    Registration Fees 2018
    Individual ECTA Members: $205
    Organisational ECTA Members first two staff: $206
    Organisational ECTA Members remaining staff: $290
    Concessional ECTA Members: $110
    Student ECTA Members: $105
    Join ECTA plus register as Individual Member $300
    Non-Members $345

    Directions to the conference venue

    Sheldon Event Centre is located within the grounds of Sheldon College. Sheldon lies just to the east of Queensland's capital city, Brisbane.
    Your navigation system - 1 Taylor Road Thornlands.

    The drive from the Mt Gravatt - Capalaba Road exit from Gateway Motorway is quite long and relatively undeveloped with lots of bushland along the way so it is an easy drive once off the Gateway.