Privacy Policy

This statement outlines ETAQ’s policies regarding your privacy.

ETAQ respects your right to privacy under the Privacy Act 1988 (Cth) and is required to comply with the national privacy principles in respect of the collection of personal information from individuals.

Our Privacy Policy contains the following important information regarding your use of our website:

  • Collection of your personal information
  • Use of information
  • Disclosure of information
  • Security of your information

ETAQ may collect and hold the following personal information:

  • Your name
  • Postal address
  • E Mail address
  • School or employment location
  • Number of English teachers in a school (corporate membership only)
  • Telephone numbers

Other information which may be collected when you visit our website to read or download information, may include the nature of your enquiry, your IP address, the date and time of your visit to our site, the pages viewed and the information provided or downloaded.

Payment for event registration is supported by ANZ’s E-GATE and all credit card details are protected by an SSL security certificate. When you are taken to a page that asks for your credit card details you will see a padlock at the bottom of the server window, indicating that this page is secure.

No credit card information is recorded or stored on ETAQ’s site.

Use of information

Personal information is collected for the purpose of:

  • monitoring use of our website
  • promoting seminars, conferences, and other events
  • selling you services or products
  • processing payments

Disclosure of information

The information we collect from you is collected in the strictest confidence for the exclusive use of ETAQ. We will not sell or share this information with any third parties.

Security of your information

The information provided as part of your ETAQ membership is protected via a password, and cannot be accessed without this password. This password can be changed whenever you wish by accessing the "Update Details" function of our site

Upcoming Events

Macbeth Spectacular 2022

Join Dr Claire Hansen for a one-hour session on teaching Macbeth. We'll dive into an exploration of the language of Macbeth and teaching strategies to engage students with Shakespeare's Scottish play. The workshop will also explore learning activities for Macbeth created by the Shakespeare Reloaded project. Kathy Macdonald will discus...

Category: Seminar
Start Time: 9:00 AM
Date: Saturday 28th May 2022
Venue: ZOOM
Email Enquiries:  adminofficer@etaq.org.au


Indigenous Perspectives in the Junior Curriculum

After a work program review Town High explored ways to better embed indigenous perspectives in the year 7 program through a novella study of Black Cockatoo.  The unit became our first taste of analytical essay writing in year 7, in preparation for subsequent years.  We found greater engagement from students across the board. ...

Category: Seminar
Start Time: 9:00 AM
Date: Saturday 16th July 2022
Venue: Town High, Townsville


External Examination Preparation

Acting on feedback from last year, we will be making the materials available earlier this year.and providing more opportunities for discussion sessions on zoom. We will be running the External Examination Preparation as one package with more flexibility for schools in using these materials with students. The program will consist of th...

Category: Student (and teacher) Event
Start Time: 9:00 AM
Date: Saturday 23rd July 2022
Venue: Online


State Conference 2022

Our state conference Writing our future celebrating teacher agency, wisdom, and community will be held on Saturday 6 August, at Lourdes Hill School, Hawthorne Road, Hawthorne. Please note change of date to avoid a class with QCAA endorsement. The Call for Presenters is now available; expressions of interest should be submitt...

Category: State Conference
Start Time: 9:00 AM
Date: Saturday 6th August 2022
Venue: Lourdes Hill School


Early Career Conference 2022: Writing our future?

Writing our future? - a conference presented by and for early career teachers  on Saturday 22 October at Wynnum SHS (tbc)

Category: Seminar
Start Time: 9:00 AM
Date: Saturday 22nd October 2022
Venue: Wynnum SHS


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