As part of our post-event evaluation process, we the Energy Breakthrough has not ONE but TWO surveys open right now to capture people's feedback, assess how the year went and help plan for the future. One survey is designed to capture general event and program feedback, whilst the second survey is designed for our volunteers.
This year’s Energy Breakthrough wasn’t just a test of endurance and innovation, with the thousands of students, teachers, event organisers and volunteers being tested by the horrific weather conditions on Thursday. But from Friday we enjoyed near-perfect weather conditions and enjoyed a smooth and successful 29th edition of the Energy Breakthrough!
The 2019 Schools Information Kits are now ready for download! These act as each team's 'Event Guide': packed full of all the details you will need to know for this year’s Energy Breakthrough, including judging schedules, marshal rosters and final information.
Great news! Australian toll road company Transurban, which owns and operates CityLink in Melbourne, has joined forces with the Energy Breakthrough to help the next generation of transport innovators.
Calling all TRYathlon teams: We have a test session for you to practice the skills needed to excel in the Obstacle Rally! This practice session is FREE, but schools MUST complete an online registration form to ensure a safe day for all.
To help teams prepare for this year's Energy Breakthrough, La Trobe University will be hosting TWO free preparation sessions on Friday 1st of Nov in Bendigo and Friday 8th of Nov in Bundoora. The sessions will also live-streamed online via our website and YouTube.
Pit and Camping requests are now open for this year's Energy Breakthrough. Team Managers: please be sure to get your requests in via the Online Registration System by Midnight on October 13 to help the team complete their allocations and schedules.
Bendigo-based Energy Breakthrough student, Hugh, is running a survey as part of his Year 12 VCE Extended Investigation Project. To help Hugh out, he's seeking survey responses from 12 - 18 year olds who have participated in the Energy Breakthrough in the past. We here at the Energy Breakthrough LOVE helping students' learning, so if you're aged between 12 and 18 (or know some students who are!), please take the time help out Hugh.
It’s time once again to start rattling the trees and checking under rocks for anyone and everyone interested in joining our EB Volunteer team for the 2019 Energy Breakthrough celebration event in Maryborough. As part of our commitment to child safety, ALL volunteers MUST hold a valid Working With Children’s Check. Apply today!
How do we recruit (and retain!) quality educators and education leaders in rural and remote communities? This is the question posed and the challenge set at Country Education Partnership's upcoming Rural Learning Summit in Creswick on August 30. If you have an interest in this area, we encourage you to apply to attend this free event.