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Professional Learning & Events
ISQ Connect&Learn is an online professional learning hub enabling member schools to register for face-to-face events, live webinars and access online learning courses.
Independent Schools Queensland (ISQ) is driven to deliver quality informative experiences with industry professionals and leaders in best-practice, offering an extensive calendar of professional learning opportunities to member schools. View ISQ's 2020 Professional Learning Prospectus to find a professional learning opportunity that's right for you.
The trusted choice for professional learning
Independent Schools Queensland is the trusted learning provider for the independent sector with more than 50 years’ experience at the forefront of education innovation, offering quality professional learning in Brisbane at our purpose-built Professional Learning Centre, and regionally to members across Queensland.
As your specialist learning provider, it's personal. Customise your ISQ Connect&Learn to deliver a tailored experience to manage your booking, view your completed learning and print your training certificates. Use the Quick Reference Guide to help you navigate your way through the new ISQ Connect&Learn.
Registering for more than yourself
Members can easily register staff for an event/webinar, session or full curriculum by completing the relevant form.
Process for Large-Scale Online Learning
Online Learning Bulk Request Form
Process for Bulk Face-to-Face Event & Webinar Registration
On receipt of the Face-to-Face Events Bulk Registration Form, ISQ will register each listed person into the nominated event/webinar. Attendees will receive a confirmation email outlining event details upon successful registration.
ISQ is in the process of developing a Proxy Registration option for members, which would allow nominated staff members at each school the ability to register on behalf of others. This should be available in Term 1, 2020.
Latest News & Events
ISQ Briefings - Enrolment Diversity and Artificial Intelligence
18 February 2020 - In the first 2020 issue of Briefings, Executive Director David Robertson draws on the latest enrolment data to present the changing face of the sector, while the opportunities and challenges Artificial Intelligence (AI) presents for schools are examined by Director (School Improvement & Performance) Mark Newham and Project Manager (Educational Data & NAPLAN) Kate Crowe.