Welcome to the 2019 NEAS Management Conference

As a globally recognised Quality Assurance organisation, NEAS hosts more than 300 delegates from around the world at its annual conference.

The 2019 NEAS Management Conference is focused on Australia’s relationship with ASEAN in ELT. Be empowered by key influencers of ELT in ASEAN and Australia sharing key theory, research and practice in our industry.

We are inviting both local and international guests to connect and network, to develop new leadership skills and a refreshed outlook on the future of English Language Teaching in ASEAN and Australia.

Thank you for coming NEAS Management Conference 2019!


Thankyou to our 2019 NEAS Management Conference Sponsors

Andy Dexterity

Award winning Choreographic Performer

Green-room nominated

Benjamin Law

Journalist, Columnist and Screenwriter.

Debra McDermott

Director of the University of Wollongong in Dubai College

Karen Treloar

The Director Engagement Group at TEQSA and is an expert in economics, quality assurance and project management

Alexander Nanni

The Associate Dean for International Affairs at Mahidol University International College (MUIC)

Sean Chee

ELS Language Centres, Malaysia

Establishing the first
on-campus ELS centre outside of the US in top-ranked Malaysian university

Wesley Enoch

Director of Sydney Festival

Wesley Enoch hails from Stradbroke Island (Minjeribah) in Queensland and is a proud Noonuccal Nuugi man.

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Chris Green

The Founder and CEO of c2cglobal Pty Ltd

Petar Stojanovic

The Academic Manager of LAB (Languages Across Borders)

A boutique language school in central Melbourne and member of the global LCI Education Network

Ali Shahsavand

An MA in Applied Linguistics from the University of Melbourne

Anne Burnett

Student Engagement Coordinator, English Language & Foundation Studies Centre, The University of Newcastle

Lynda Yates

Professor of Linguistics at Macquarie University

Aparna Jacob

The Director of Studies for Language Programs at UNSW Global

Maxine Feutz

the Principal and Cambridge Exam Centre Manager at Sydney College of English

Peter Mackey

Director, Trade, International Education and Small Business Operations, NSW Department of Industry

Jarrad Merlo

Co-founder and director of teaching and learning at E2Language,

Darren Brookes

A NEAS Quality Assessor

David Wiltshire

OET Education Manager – Preparation and Content


General Manager Regulatory Operations in the ASQA

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Doltone House, Darling Island

Web: doltonehouse.com.au


Located directly across the road from The Star, Doltone House – Darling Island Wharf is easily accessible by bus, light rail, or ferry.

Parking is located at Star City Casino Parking Station and the venue is just a short stroll from Town Hall over the Pyrmont Bridge at Darling Harbour.

Click here for more information on parking, directions & map.

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