Accommodation near the Cape Peninsula University of Technology
Part of the City Lodge Group of Hotels
Situated in Bellville, a mere 150m from Sanlam Head Office and well-known SanBel shopping centre and ideally situated for the Business Person.
Excellent Guest House offers luxury, comfort, style and warmth at affordable prices, situated in the Bellville area. The Guest House is suitable for business people, tourists and even South Africans visiting family in the area.
Rest assured that Balmoral Lodge can provide you with comfort and quality guest house accommodation in Bellville at reasonable rates. Our typical guests include business travellers, tourists and holiday makers. Our homely en-suite bedrooms provide direct access to the garden area.
Come to the beautiful Bellavista Lodge overlooking the city of Belville and the Boland mountains. We’re your first port of call for stylish comfort and impeccable service in a quiet residential suburb. Situated on the Bellville Park Campus of the University of Stellenbosch, we offer the finest in hospitality whether you’re here on business or as a holiday-maker.
Located in Bellville and borrowed from the Broadway theme, each room has a unique character name, and its own feeling. Our service is adapted to your needs. Centrally located we are ideal for business or leisure.
Cape Town Accommodation, 3 Palms Cape B & B Kuilsriver, Bed and Breakfast, is a 3 STAR, upmarket, Disabled and Pet Friendly Guest House, with Spacious en suite Bedrooms in Kuilsriver a quiet Cape Town Northern Suburb, close to Cape Town International Airport, CTLI, Cape Teaching and Leadership Institute, Bok College & Western Cape Sports School, The Local Wedding Venues, Langverwacht, Zewenwacht, Blackheath, Saxenberg Park, Stellenbosch and The Cape Winelands.
(An affiliate of the Commonwealth Council for Educational Administration and Management-CCEAM)
INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ANNOUNCEMENT AND CALL FOR PAPERS
12th EMASA International Conference (2011)
11-13 March 2011
Cape Peninsula University of Technology
A Challenge and/or opportunity for Education Leadership and Management?
- School Curriculum shifts and implications for leadership and management
- Managing Change
- Leading and Managing Teacher Development
- Instructional Leadership
- Turning around Dysfunctional Schools and other institutions
- Moral/Ethical Leadership
Types of papers
The following forms of presentation are welcome:
- Paper (maximum 20 minutes followed by 10 minutes discussion)
- Panel Discussion (maximum 40 minutes followed by 15 minutes discussion)
- Poster (maximum 30 minutes)
Please send an abstract of not more than 300 words to the following address: firstname.lastname@example.org
- The deadline for receiving abstracts is 31 January 2011.
- Responses to abstracts can be expected a week after receipt starting from 15 December 2010
Selected papers will be published in the EMASA JOURNAL: South African Journal of Education Leadership and Management
- Emeritus Professor Frank Crowther
(University of Southern Queensland, Australia; President: Commonwealth Council for Educational Administration and Management [CCEAM] as from January 2011)
- Dr Freddy James
(The University of the West Indies St. Augustine Trinidad; President: The Trinidad and Tobago Educational Leadership Administration and Management Society [TELMAS] an Affiliate of the Comonwealth Council of Educational Administration and Management [CCEAM])
- Ms Linda Vilakazi Tselane
(CEO of Bridge)
R2000.00 (Including conference pack; two lunches and teas)
Deadline for payment
31 January 2011
Guests arrange for their own accommodation in the city of Cape Town. Suggested hotels/ guesthouses can be found on the website: www.emasa.co.za
The conference registration form can be downloaded here
11th EMASA International Conference (2009)
7 - 9 August 2009
University of Pretoria (Groenkloof Campus)
City of Pretoria, South Africa
Education Administration, Management and Leadership: Are we failing Education?
|Prof Jonathan Jansen (Honorary Professor of Education at the University of the Witwatersrand and Scholar-in-Residence at the Oprah Winfrey Leadership Academy for Girls in Johannesburg, South Africa, recent Fulbright Scholar to Stanford University (2007-2008), former Dean of Education at the University of Pretoria (2001-2007), Honorary Doctor of Education from the University of Edinburgh and recently appointed Rector and Vice-Chancellor of the University of the Free State)|
|Ms Jenny Lewis (immediate past president and a Fellow of the Australian Council for Educational Leaders (ACEL), current Chief Executive Officer of ACEL)|
|Ms Zandile Mbeje (current President of CCEAM, past president of the Education Management Association of South Africa (EMASA) and Executive Director of the Matthew Goniwe School of Leadership and Governance (MGSLG)|
|The Ministry of Education - awaiting reply from the Ministers or delegate|
Who should attend?
Academics, practitioners, officials of education departments at national, provincial and district levels, principals, educators and trade union members, members from the NGO sector, and Honours, Masters and Doctoral students and members of political parties are invited to attend.
|EMASA Members:||R1800 (This includes your membership fee of R300 for 2009) (R1900 after 15 July)|
|Non-EMASA members:||R1800 (R1900 after 15 July)|
|Students (presenting papers):||R1200 (R1300 after 15 July)|
|Students (not presenting papers) [only unemployed students qualify for this discount]:||R1400 (R1500 after 15 July)|
- Fee includes: Tea/coffee on Friday with registration, tea/coffee during conference breaks, lunch (Saturday and Sunday).
|Ms Xandra de Fortier
Mobile: 082 322 5971
|Ms Anusha Naidu
Tel: 011 830 2200