Australian Council for Educational Leaders Officially Open Nominations for 33rd Annual Awards Ceremony to be Held Oct 4th 2018
New National Media Award Introduced for 2018
The most important evening in the ACEL calendar celebrates its impressive 33rd year since the original inception where the first Gold Medal were originally awarded to Victoria’s Robert Fordham and Western Australia’s Edwin Harold. Since their inception, the ACEL national awards have grown in stature with educators being recognised for their contributions across seven categories. In 2018, we are introducing a new category - “The ACEL National Media Award’.
Always a highlight of the ACEL Annual Conference, our National Awards Ceremony honours educational leaders who have dedicated themselves to the improvement of student and educational outcomes.
Awards will be presented across the 6 categories which are open for nomination and two special achievement awards which are listed below.
The awards will be held October 4th in Melbourne at the Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre.
Nominations Close Monday 9th July 2018
The Australian Council for Educational Leaders [ACEL] is a not for profit company that actively supports the development of educational leadership capabilities across Australia through conferences and workshops, leadership programs, in-house publications, online resources and bookshop. ACEL is the largest and most trusted independent body for educational leadership in Australia and responsible for 3 National Conferences in 2018 [Disability Summit, Early Childhood & Educational Leadership National Conference] as well as 200+ branch and national events featuring top local and international keynote speakers plus special events such as National Awards and Breakfast with the Minister series.
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