Early Childhood Teachers' Association (ECTA)
‘Networking for and with early childhood professionals.’
DUE TO THE CORONAVIRUS WE ARE IN THE PROCESS OF TRANSITIONING THE CONFERENCE ONTO AN ONLINE PLATFORM. PLEASE BE PATIENT AS WE CONTACT ALL PRESENTERS TO CONFIRM THEIR AVAILABILITY OF PARTICIPATION IN THE ONLINE FORMAT. ALL WHO HAVE BOOKED WILL BE CONTACTED TO ORGANISE A REFUND AND/OR CREDIT TOWARD THE ONLINE REGISTRATON FEE.
Members can now access ECTA Connect –
Our online professional networking tool.
Our Mission & Vision
A professional learning community empowering Early Childhood Professionals.
- A united influential voice.
- Connectedness within the Early Childhood Community.
- Professional identity and growth.
PLATINUM CONFERENCE SPONSOR
2019 ECTA Committee
President: Kim Walters
Vice-President: Jodie Riek
Secretary: Joanne Young
Treasurer: Lisa Cooper
Groups Coordinator: Lisa Cooper
Committee: Babs Newton, Sharon McKinlay, Angela Bulmer,
Journal Editor: Marion Mori
Conference Convenor: Kim Walters
Website: Kim Walters & Lisa Cooper
What Members are Saying
” I joined ECTA in the 1990s for the support, inspiration and friendship of like minded teachers. When I moved to Brisbane, I struck a school with many issues which were very difficult to handle. If it wasn’t for the support of the teachers involved in ECTA my teaching career most certainly would have ended 15 years earlier than it did.”
“I love being a member of ECTA because they offer face-to face and online networking with like-minded colleagues. It’s great to have ECTA being a voice for those working in the early years, making connections and advocating for best practice in the early years. They also offer great and relevant early years professional development opportunities which I love to attend – both in personal and online.”
” I have enjoyed the networking and advocacy opportunities provided by being an ECTA member for many years. ECTA has continually advocated for best practice in Early Childhood Educations and given me personally an opportunity to advocate for our region and the sector. Through ECTA’s continual support of regional groups, we have had increased access to professional development, network and opportunities to have our voice heard.”