MTAQ Marine Teachers Association of Queensland

ABN: 70 652 509 393

P.O. Box 1258
Coolum Beach Qld 4573

Publicity Officer

Joline Lalime


Craig Reid
Meridan State College
07 5490 2666



Education Resource

Posted: 18-Aug-2010 17:34

The Coral FinderThe Indo-Pacific Coral Finder is a tool that allows you and your students to update you skills in coral ID and have a deeper appreciation of the wonderful world of coral reefs. The Coral Finder is a robust plastic book that can be used underwater. It is easy to


Marine Education Society of Australasia

Posted: 18-Aug-2010 17:33

The Marine Education Society of Australasia (MESA) is a national organisation that aims to bring together people that are interested in studying and enjoying coastal and marine environments. Their website has a wide range of information and resources about many topics relating to Marine and Coastal Environments. Have fun learning new


Three New Reef Guardian Schools

Posted: 18-Aug-2010 17:29

Three New Reef Guardian Schools   Three new schools have joined the Reef Guardian Schools program in the Mackay and Isaac region.  Gargett State School, Glennella State School and Moranbah State School are now part of the program.   Well done to these schools. Such a great GBRMPA project.    


New Boatsafe Candidates Training Record Sheets

Posted: 14-Aug-2010 15:09

InformationMTAQ and Yachting Queensland are pleased to advise that YQ will continue with the Schedule A scheme which allows students in Years 11 and 12 to get their Recreational Marine Drivers Licence and for you to keep your MSQ Statement of competency book at your school.Teachers with their


Mackay Conservation Group

Posted: 12-Aug-2010 13:50

Mackay Conservation Group will be holding a Walk against Warming this Sunday, 15th August at 9.00am.  The walk will commence from The Environment Centre, 156 Wood Street, Mackay (right beside Cartridge World and opposite TAFE) and progress through the city to the Bluewater Quay.   Any interested persons are welcome to join in   Regards   Betty


October: YA Dinghy and Powerboat Instructors Course

Posted: 7-Aug-2010 13:00

October: YA Dinghy and Powerboat Instructors Course Dear MTAQ Members  I would like to inform you that Yachting Queensland & Yachting Australia will be running a Yachting Australia Instructors course for both the Dinghy and Powerboat Scheme at the Whitsunday Sailing Club, Airlie Beach on the 14th -18th October.  Please find promotional

Coral Reefs and Climate Change book Launch

Posted: 26-Jul-2010 16:13

Setting the record straight on coral reefs and climate changeVice-Chancellor Professor Paul Greenfield presents Prime Minister Julia Gillard with copies of Coral Reefs and Climate Change at UQ on July 23A new book demystifying the science surrounding coral reefs and climate change has been launched by the Queensland Governor Her

Boating risk assessment due for release

Posted: 21-Jul-2010 20:04

Boating risk assessment due for release soonMTAQ has successfully negotiated a deal with Education Queensland, Yachting Queensland and Maritime Safety Queensland to have one document controlling boating in schools.  In the process, we have been successful in retaining the services of Yachting Queensland


Marine Teachers to share $2000 in Conference Prizes

Posted: 20-Jul-2010 14:22

Award winners announcedIt gives our Association great pleasure to announce the following winners of the AMC $550 beginning marine teacher conference registration awards to enable them to attend the conference in Tasmania this year. Congratulations to following first year marine teachers:Cassandra Dover, Urangan State High SchoolLuke Roberts, Holy


The End of the Line Movie Resource

Posted: 19-Jul-2010 15:29

The End of the Line great movie resource!  The End of the Line, the first major feature documentary film revealing the impact of overfishing on our oceans, had its world premiere at the Sundance Film Festival in the World Cinema Documentary Competition.  Sundance took place in Park City, Utah, January 15-25, 2009.  In


The Indo Pacific Coral Finder

Posted: 19-Jul-2010 15:28

The Indo Pacific Coral Finder: This is a new practical underwater coral identification tool that links to Corals of the World  The Coral Identification Capacity Building Program is pleased to announce the publication of the Indo Pacific Coral Finder by Russell Kelley. The Coral Finder is a proven, practical, underwater coral identification tool

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