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Professional Learning Centre

The ISQ Professional Learning Centre is ISQ’s purpose-built events venue that offers an environment that is flexible, modern and conducive to the delivery of quality professional learning.

Location

The ISQ Professional Learning Centre is located on Level 5, 500 Queen Street, Brisbane CBD.

 

Getting to and from the ISQ Professional Learning Centre

Parking: No onsite parking is available. Public car parks are located within walking distance of the ISQ Professional Learning Centre. Limited metered parking is available on surrounding streets.

Public transport: Visit the Translink website to plan your journey using public transport. Central Station is located about 10 minutes’ walk from the ISQ Professional Learning Centre, and buses run Queen Street to Central and Fortitude Valley stations.

 

Room capacities

Room Room Size
m2
Round Tables
(6 per table)
Seminar/Cocktail Boardroom
Northern 87 42 60 20
Central 1 58 24 38 N/A
Central 2 60 30 42 N/A
Southern 66 36 50 20
Central 1 + Central 2 118 54 80 N/A
Northern + Central 1 145 66 120 20
Northern + Central 1 + Central 2 205 96 144 N/A

 

 

Upcoming Events

Funding Certainty for Schools

20 September 2018 - Independent Schools Queensland says the school funding package announced by the Australian Government today provides vital short-term funding certainty for independent schools and also outlines a roadmap for the future.

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Celebrating the Sector's First HALTs

7 September 2018 - Queensland’s independent schooling sector last night celebrated the accomplishments of 25 exceptional educators who have confirmed their places among the nation’s top guns of teaching.

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The impact of the Parental Income Tax measure

16 October 2018 - ISQ ED David Robertson discusses the potential impact of the Parental Income Tax (PIT) measure on funding for the sector. Meanwhile ISQ Director (Strategic Relations), Shari Armistead, together with Senior Advisor (Public Affairs), Justine Nolan examines the power of parental engagement in educational performance.

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