CEANT schedules at least eight (8) General meetings each year. The Executive Committee meets in between General meetings, and more often as necessary for CEANT events and activities.
General meetings are held at venues where online facilities are available for remote members to participate. A Professional Development component is part of these meetings with the aim of assisting members to maintain national professional standards and CPD Logs.
The Annual General Meeting is usually held in conjunction with the Education Department’s Employment Pathways Seminar in February or March each year when attendance by Career Practitioners from outside Darwin is more likely.
|Thursday Week 5||1 March 2018||General||Rydges Palmerston|
|Wednesday Week 8||21 March 2018||AGM|
Breakfast - Club Tropical Resort, Lee Point
|Thursday||5 April 2018||Executive|
Coffee Club - Gateway
|Monday Week 2||30 April 2018||General||4-5pm CDU Palmerston PAL A2.33 MySkills workshop - bring laptop|
|Wednesday Week 4||16 May 2018||Networking function||TBA|
|Thursday Week 5||Executive|
Monday Week 2
|30 July 2018||General||TBA|
Friday Week 5
|24 August 2018||Function||TBA|
Monday Week 9
|17 September 2018||General||TBA|
Wednesday Week 4
|7 November 2018||Function||TBA|
|13 December 2018||General|
End of Year Networking Function - announce
Janine Watt Award
This meeting may change to a dinner, a couple of weeks earlier.
CEANT aims to include Professional Learning opportunities with General Meetings to enhance the quality of dialogue and networking, and to help members to maintain professional currency.
June 22, 2017
CEANT member Anita Synott presented for the Professional Development part of June's General Meeting.
March 30, 2017
Rhonda Scullen and Mackillop College hosted our meeting,
provided afternoon tea, and presented an overview of the
Career Development Education program at the school.
April 3, 2017
CEANT's Annual General Meeting was held at Rydges in
Palmerston for a breakfast meeting with a presentation on the
'New Work Order' report by Michelle Pipino from Foundation Young Australia.