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From the President

ATTA Members,

As the conference date draws near, I want to thank you for your continued support. The numbers are starting to grow, and the executive has done considerable work and planning to ensure this year’s event is as every bit successful as in the past.
Being the first ‘annual’ event in the last three years due to covid, which has seen our ability to operate effectively as an association challenged, we are encouraged by the level of support you have shown in renewing your memberships, even from those who for various good reasons are unable to attend this year at Attwood. What these last three years have shown us is that success for an association involves maintaining connections.

Our aim in Getting Back Together in Attwood is about that connectivity, and how we can use this to grow as a group. Ongoing communication is the key to moving forward, and we will be incorporating lessons learned from this period of absence as we plan activities for the next 12 months. The need to embrace the modern forms of communication technology is one we must as a group address and use these for what to many of us are new tools, to stay connected. This will be one of the themes from our speaker on Day 1 - Phill Bevan from vetr, a digital learning community for the Australian vocational education and training sector, who will be addressing the workshop live from Vanuatu in the sunny Pacific.
As I mentioned conference registrations are coming in slowly, and Terri and the team advise we will have a small but comfortable sized group for 2023. Thank you to those who have advised they are unable to attend but have renewed their membership for 2023-2024.

In closing can I say your support to ATTA is greatly appreciated and will ensure our success for the future.

Looking forward to seeing you all in Attwood.




Andy Cusack

ATTA President

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