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    FAST FAQ's

    Which congress should I attend?

    For anyone from a school, or with an interest in K-12 education, we recommend the following 4 congresses:
    K-12 Ed Leaders Congress
    K-12 IT Directors & Managers Congress
    K-12 Business Managers & Administrators Congress
    K-12 Library Managers Congress

    For anyone from University, TAFE, RTO or L&D Departments from a Business or Government Department
    Higher Ed Leaders Congress
    Tertiary Education IT Leaders Congress
    Workplace Learning Congress
    VET Leaders Congress

    I'd like to get involved with EduTECH®

    For enquiries about speaking at EduTECH®
    Please click here to fill out the 'apply to speak' form.

    For enquiries about sponsoring or exhibiting at EduTECH®
    Please call (02) 8908 8555 or email admin@acevents.com.au

    For enquiries about reserving an exhibition stand at EduTECH®
    Please click here to fill out the 'reserve a stand' form.

    Why do you have K-12, Tertiary, Libraries and Workplace Learning all together?

    Because EduTECH® is about learning and we never stop learning. By bringing everyone together in one place, we can look at the whole learning journey...and learn from each other.

    What will I see at the expo?

    The EduTECH exhibition will be the region's largest education technology showcase, bringing together over 240 suppliers offering a wide range of education relevant technologies.

    Everything from the latest in cutting-edge classroom technologies designed to improve learning outcomes, through to the back-end infrastructure needed to underpin the modern learning environment, will be on display for attendees to explore and discover.

    The two on-floor seminar theatres will run a series of presentations full of practical case studies, from educational institutions and workplaces just like yours.

    And of course, loads of prizes from our sponsors and exhibitors will be on offer throughout the two days, including your chance to win a car!

    How are EduTECH® speakers selected?

    Our speakers are selected through extensive research with the education sector – you tell us which speaker you'd like to hear from, and we'll do our best to organise their participation. We aim to bring you the very best speakers – both globally celebrated experts and inspirational Australian practitioners. We also aim to maintain a balance of male and female speakers, from public and private education, from educational institutions big and small.

    If you would like to nominate a speaker, please click here to fill out the 'apply to speak' form.

    Can teachers and lecturers attend?

    Absolutely. EduTECH is for everyone involved in education and training, including education leadership teams as well as teachers, lecturers, trainers and facilitators.

    I'm not from Australia - should I attend EduTECH?

    Definitely. EduTECH is a truly international education event, attracting attendees from New Zealand, from across Asia, and from even further abroad.

    EduTECH is a world class event to rival any other. The event attracts thousands of attendees, a large technology exhibition, and the very best speakers from around the world, such as Sir Ken Robinson and Sugata Mitra.

    Why Brisbane?

    EduTECH is a truly national – and international - education event. Our attendees come from every state and territory in Australia, as well as New Zealand, Asia and other parts of the world.

    After two years in Sydney, EduTECH moved in 2013 to the Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre – a fitting venue with fantastic facilities for a world class event of this scale. We look forward to returning to Brisbane in 2015 and hope you can join the 8000+ attendees expected to travel to Queensland from across the country and globe.

    Whats the advantage of booking early?
    It's simple - the earlier you book, the cheaper the price. Click here for more information on our Earlybird prices.
    Can I book accommodation through EduTECH
    Click here to book your discounted accommodation in Brisbane