By order of the Board of Directors, notice is hereby given that the Annual General Meeting of Members of Information Communication Technology Educators of New South Wales (ICTENSW)
When: Saturday 12th March 2022
Where: Online via Zoom
Time: 4:30pm AEDST
Registration for this event is mandatory and needs to be completed before 6:00 pm Friday 11th March via https://bit.ly/icte2022agm .
To be a voting participant of the AGM, you need to be a financial member of ICTENSW. Renew your membership here
The Zoom link for the AGM will be emailed to all registered participants by 11:00 pm on Friday 11th March 2022.
Information about the AGM is available via the notification of 2022 AGM letter to members.
Nominations for Directors and Executive of ICTENSW are invited from members of the Association. Nominations must be made in writing and must be signed by 2 members of the association and accompanied by the written consent of the candidate. This can be done by completing and signing the nomination form and emailing it to the ICTENSW Secretary on email@example.com.
Nominations must be completed and returned to The Secretary by 5.30pm Friday 11th March 2022. The only exception is if there are not enough nominations to fill positions and then nominations will be considered on the day.
The ICT Educators of New South Wales is a professional organisation designed to support ICT educators in New South Wales. The Association represents all educators’ interests at local and state levels as well as the national level through its parent body, the Australian Council for Computers in Education. The association advocates on matters of curriculum and equity, and promotes best practice in the use of ICT in learning.
ICTENSW’s Board of Directors are responsible for the strategic development, implementation and evaluation of the Association's procedures and policies within the rules of the Constitution.
The Association Board is comprised of Directors, with four members of the Board elected to the Executive positions of President, Vice President, Secretary and Treasurer. The duties associated with these positions are outlined in the Constitution.
From time to time, positions of Associate Board members are appointed. Associate Board members attend Board meetings and bring specialist skills and advice that assist the Board in strategic planning and association decision making.
At board meetings, decisions affecting the policies and procedures of the Association and the running of the Association are debated and resolved. There are approximately 10 board meetings per year at which Directors are expected to attend. In addition, ICTENSW Executive Board meet as required at least termly. The ICTENSW Board organises term meets, an annual conference and other professional learning. It is an expectation that ICTENSW directors are involved in their organisation and attend to help with the running of these learning events.