2024 Amplify Conference

  • 15 May 2024
  • 8:00 AM
  • 17 May 2024
  • 2:00 PM
  • Centrepiece, Melbourne

Are you ready to AMPLIFY?


It is with great excitement and anticipation that we extend an invitation to you to join us for the 22nd Annual Regional LEA Conference AMPLIFY, which will be held in the vibrant city of Melbourne from 15 to 17 May 2024.

Hosted by our Victorian Chapter, this conference promises to be an enriching experience that explores the three themes of INCLUSION, LEARNING & PLACE.

As the premier event of Learning Environments Australasia (LEA), our annual conference is a cornerstone of our mission to foster innovation, knowledge-sharing and collaboration within the field of learning environments.

This is not just another conference – this is a conference with a difference, it is where educators truly connect with designers, planners, researchers and other stakeholders.

If you have attended one of conferences before, you know it is a place where we all come together to inspire, challenge, discuss, learn and shape the future of learning environments.

Why YOU need to be part of 2024 AMPLIFY: INCLUSION LEARNING PLACE:

By being a part of the LEA community and attending the conference, you will:

  • Hear the quiet voices – 2024 Amplify is pursuing voices that have otherwise not normally been heard or been included in education architecture consultations.
  • Have insights into lived experiences – we’ve listened to those of lived experience with disability on how we can do things better and we want you to be part of these breakthrough conversations.
  • Amplify Your Knowledge - gain Together, we can amplify the future of learning environments and create a legacy of inspiration and growth.

Don't miss this opportunity to be part of a dynamic community dedicated to improving learning environments.

Join us at the conference, where we will explore how inclusion, learning and place intersect and influence the future of education.


Visit the Conference Website to Register

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