The term of office of all currently elected officers of the Institute will expire at the conclusion of the Annual General Meeting. Nominations are called for the following positions for the period 2018 to 2019:
- General Committee Member
Only current financial members are eligible to nominate for these positions. All nominations must be endorsed by two EIANZ Full Members or Fellows. Information on Committee Role Descriptions is attached (see below).
Nominations can be made by completing a nomination form (attached below) and forwarding it to James Hammond:
By email to firstname.lastname@example.org; or
By hand prior to the commencement of the AGM on 13 August.
In the event of more than one nomination being received for any one position, a ballot will be held at the Annual General Meeting.
Any questions regarding the AGM can be made to the NSW Division Secretary acting as Returning Officer: James Hammond via email: email@example.com
As this is a formal meeting, you must register to attend.
Our guest speaker for the evening is the Hon Rob Stokes MP, NSW Minister for Education. Rob is currently the Minister for Education with the NSW Government, where he is responsible for the leadership of teaching and learning across the primary, secondary and tertiary education sectors in NSW. He has previously taught students at secondary, undergraduate and postgraduate levels. Rob has also served as Minister for Planning, where he was focused on promoting development throughout the state that improves people’s lives into the future, as well as securing the conservation and sustainable use of our State's environmental and historic heritage. Rob has also served as Minister for Environment and Heritage, Assistant Minister for Planning, and Minister for the Central Coast.
Rob will be reflecting with us on the current state of environmental education in NSW and what EIANZ can do to enhance their current contribution to practitioners.