This event is NESA registered professional development
This year we want to create conversations about the kind of education that grows, not only skills, but character. We want to discuss shifting the focus from mastery as a static state of achievement to a mindset that embraces growth and curiosity. Join us for a day of workshops, keynote speakers and conversation as we all work towards cultivating

Education that Grows.

speaking this year

Costa Georgiadis

Most renown for hosting ABC's Gardening Australia, Costa Georgiadis is coming to share what gardening can teach us about mastering skills and character in community. 

Dr Kerry Howells

Senior lecturer at the University of Tasmania,
Dr Kerry Howells will be talking to us about deepening our concepts of gratitude as we lead and teach the next generation.

Mark Morrison OAM

Principal of Macleay Vocational College, Mark Morrison will share with us the transformational power of empathy, connection and thinking outside the box when it comes to education.

Dr Peter Beamish

Senior lecturer at Avondale University College, Dr Peter Beamish will be talking about what the latest research can teach us about facilitating student wellbeing in our schools.

Joshua Goss

Chaplain at Macquarie College, Joshua Goss will be leading out in the new
Coffee + Concepts morning session where we will discuss wellbeing and philosophy at a local art gallery. 

8:30 - 9:15
Coffee + Concepts w/ Joshua Goss
Doors open
Costa Georgiadis
Morning Tea
Dr Kerry Howells
Mark Morisson OAM
2020 Scholarship Winners
Dr Peter Beamish
Closing remarks

This event is a NESA registered professional development opportunity.


Tell us about what you're doing to grow wellbeing education in your sphere of influence and you could be the recipient of a free ticket to the Invictus Wellbeing Conference 2020.*

*You'll also get the chance to liaise with the Invictus Wellbeing Institute to share your story and expertise in a 15 minute time slot at the conference!

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