The PDHPE Teachers’ Association provides a forum for teachers of PDHPE to exchange views and respond to the professional needs of teachers of PDHPE.
The objectives of the Association are to; provide a forum for teachers of PDHPE to exchange views; and respond to the professional needs of teachers of PDHPE.
We aim to do this by conducting professional development activities for teachers of PDHPE; publishing and distributing materials related to the teaching of PDHPE; and promoting quality teaching, learning and leadership in the PDHPE learning area.
Membership is available for PDHPE Teachers K-12, PDHPE Lecturers at Tertiary Institutions and Tertiary Students in their final year of study of a recognised PDHPE teacher training course. Annual subscription closes on 30th June each year and reopens immediately after conference in November.
PDHPE Teachers for Teachers
The core philosophy for the PDHPE Teachers' association is about PDHPE teachers providing for teachers. PDHPE teachers leading the way in quality teaching and learning, quality communication and partnerships and quality leadership.
Become a Member
Membership is available for PDHPE Teachers K-12, PDHPE Lecturers at Tertiary Institutions and tertiary students in their final year of study of a recognised PDHPE teacher training course.
An annual subscription is $50.00.
Annual subscription closes on 30th June each year and reopens immediately after the conference in November. Payment must be made via CHEQUE, DIRECT DEPOSIT or through your school SAP HR payroll system.
An annual subscription is included in conference registration fees if you attend. For members who do not attend the annual conference, annual subscription fee should be forwarded to the Administrative Assistant before the end of November.
Annual membership gives you access to useful resources within the Members’ Zone. Inside, you will find articles, downloadable documents and videos presentations to guide your teaching expertise. You can also submit resources for review to be included.
Our 2020 Annual PDHPE Teachers’ Association State Conference will be held in the Sydney North Region.
A massive thank you to the 2019 Conference Committee, including Stacey Walsh, Angie Cooper, Matt Ruming, Jessy McRae, Kellie Goman, Sarah-Jane Turner and Andrea Francis, for an outstanding conferen