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The Water Education Network (WEN) is a group of individuals who have a common interest in water education. The purpose of the network is to allow members to network, share knowledge, information and skills, and make beneficial professional and business contacts across specific interest areas.
The Water Education Network is all encompassing and includes water education in early childhood, schools, higher education, the community and provides professional development opportunities for those working in the field. The network is the largest within AWA with over 1500 subscribers.
As one of the many Specialist Networks coordinated by AWA, the WEN helps to fulfil several of AWA’s core objectives which are to:
Subscription to this network is free. If you are interested in joining WEN please email Kim Wuyts. Please include all your contact details.
June WEN Newsletter Released
ASJWP Winner AnnouncedDeclan Fahey from Hellyer College was awarded the Australian Stockholm Junior Water Prize for his project on 'Facing the Reality of Groundwater Salinity', at the March National Water Education Conference.Successful National Water Education Conference
Click here to read about the successful National Water Education, Efficiency and Skills Conference. Australian Curriculum Project To read the latest new, please click HERE
Entries opened for Australian Stockholm Junior Water Prize - DEADLINE 30 NOVEMBER
Entries have just opened for the Australian Stockholm Junior Water Prize, an annual water science competition, run by the Australian Water Association. The Prize showcases the unlimited potential of today’s high school students aged 15-20 as they create solutions for current and future water challenges.
Show your support for the water industry’s next generation, and promote the Prize as part of your education program. The national winner will go on to represent Australia internationally at the Stockholm Junior Water Prize in Stockholm during World Water Week in August 2014!
For more information, go to www.awa.asn.au/SJWP/ or email us now to request promotional material.