ACEL Early Childhood National Conference 2021:
Leading Change to Support Child Outcomes
Presented by The Australian Council for Educational Leaders (ACEL)
in partnership with the Department of Education, Victoria
Date: 27th - 28th Apr 2021 , Melbourne
Time: 8:30am – 3:30pm
65 Queens Rd,
Albert Park VIC 3004
Morning Tea, Lunch and Afternoon Tea provided.
Cost: (including GST)
Combine and save: $930 Full
5-10 Group Rate: $700
10+ Group Rate: $675
*Registration includes tickets to the Networking Reception held on Thursday 26th November, 5.00pm - 7.00pm.
The Australian Council for Educational Leaders and The Victorian Department of Education and Training proudly announce the 2021 Early Childhood National Conference : Leading Change to Support Child Outcomes. Celebrating its 5th anniversary the annual Early Childhood Conference presents the opportunity to engage, network and collaborate with early childhood leaders and educators from across Australia and New Zealand as we come to together to “Set the Learning Agenda” for best practice in early childhood education and leadership.
Held over two days in Melbourne the conference will bring together renown local and international leaders in early childhood, with additional dedicated concurrent breakout sessions, forums, interactive panels and networking opportunities.
We look forward to welcoming you to this premier educational leadership event and being part of ACEL Early Childhood National Conference 2021: Leading Change to Support Child Outcomes.
Proudly presented in partnership with The VIC Department of Education & Training
The Department leads the delivery of education and development services to children, young people and adults both directly through government schools and indirectly through the regulation and funding of early childhood services, nongovernment schools and training programs.
The Department implements Victorian Government policy on early childhood services, school education and training and higher education services. The Department manages Victorian government schools and drives improvement in primary and secondary government education.