Upcoming workshop: Cutting Energy Bills
Developed to help school leaders make improvements, this workshop is designed to allow participants to return back to base with a host of new ideas that can help reduce energy consumption and wastage. With a focus on the rapidly expanding (and power hungry) area of ICT, participants will understand how to use the latest in energy saving devices, how to incorporate students in the process and how to engage fellow teachers. Based on participant feedback, this workshop will continue with structured breakout sessions where education professionals can share ideas and workshop solutions. This is also a great opportunity to network and create connections!
Date: Tuesday, 20th March 2012
Venue: Editure, Level 8, 14-20 Blackwood St North Melbourne VIC 3051
Catering : Lunch is included, at the Old Melbourne Cafe
Cost: $165.00 (inc GST) which includes lunch at the Old Melbourne Cafe
Bookings: Please book via www.pd-online.com.au or phone us on 8379 2021. Details regarding parking available upon request.
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