QuEST [Queensland Education Support and Training], the professional development arm of the QTU
QuEST delivers high quality professional development to teachers and school leaders across Queensland. Professional Development Officer, Rebecca Hack works closely with QTU officers, members and external providers to identify a suite of professional development programs that will meet the needs of our members right across this diverse state.
QuEST offers a range of programs, including face-to-face and live online programs.These are open to all members and as a not-for-profit initiative, QuEST aims to keep professional development affordable and operates on a cost recovery basis.
These programs are recognised as legitimate professional development by the Department of Education and Queensland College of Teachers. As such, it is appropriate to apply for release and funding (face-to-face programs) or funding (online courses) through your normal school professional development processes.
THe QTU also provides industrial education and training programs via the Queensland Teachers' Education Centre (QTEC) - click here to see the 2020 program
Monday 16 March 2020 : Due to the need for social distancing as a result of the Covid-19 virus, the QTU has made a decision to postpone all face-to-face QuEST professional development events from Monday March 23 until the beginning of semester 2.
Schedule of programs that will be offered in various locations during 2020
QuEST's goal is to deliver high quality professional development to teachers and school leaders across Queensland.
QuEST is proud to offer you these high quality online professional development programs. These programs showcase best practice and are
delivered by current classroom teachers. Initial course schedule - updated regularly
Note : Participants in QuEST online courses and QuEST subscribers are able to revisit the course content by viewing the reording made of the streamed content.