TTA contributors are either working professionals or qualified experts in their respective fields. Their position as contributors are fully endorsed by a dedicated team at TTA. If you believe you are qualified to be a contributor and have products or courses you wish to sell through TTA, please fill in the application form.

Trent Ray

Trent Ray, Curriculum Innovations Leading Teacher and MIcrosoft Teacher Ambassador

Trent Ray has worked as both a Primary and Secondary School teacher, whilst specialising in technologies for learning. As a Curriculum Innovation Leader and Technology Ambassador, Trent’s background in Peer Coaching and 21st Century Learning Design has seen him travel the nation to supports schools, leaders and teachers when planning to integrate technology into the classroom.

Trina Beard

Trina is an experienced leader, a dynamic educational consultant and lecturer who works shoulder to shoulder with educational leaders, teachers and pre-service teachers, facilitating high calibre professional development state wide. She is a lecturer and tutor in the School of Education at University of Queensland where she was Course Coordinator and writer of Teaching and Learning, facilitating quality practice for a large cohort of Graduate Diploma of Education students. She was formerly Principal of the Senior School, Kelvin Grove State College, Brisbane, and Principal Advisor of the ‘Values Framework’, Curriculum Division, Education Queensland.

TTA (Teacher Training Australia)

Professional Development for teachers and leaders

TTA is Australia’s largest independent provider of accredited Professional Development for teachers.  TTA has over 200 presenters delivering over 600 workshops per year, and has worked with over 30 000 teachers. 

Youth Health Education

Youth Health Education (YHE) is dedicated to improving youth, aged 14-25,  health outcomes through a holistic approach looking at the 6 areas of health, physical, emotional, cognitive, social, cultural and spiritual health. YHE tackles youth health issues by confronting those once, uncomfortable topics in a professional, educational and interactive way thereby eradicating community stigma, stereotypes and myths which impact youth health outcomes.

All programs, topics and information have been academically researched and based on statistical information that have been formally trialled and proven.

YHE contributors work with all members of the community including school staff, sporting organisations, health organisations, students, consumers, parents and carers and have experience working with all age groups and ability levels in organisations such as Teacher Training Association (TTA), Worklearner, Australian Football League (AFL), Volleyball Victoria Inc, Mental Illness Fellowship, Arthritis Victoria, secondary schools, local councils and junior football leagues around Melbourne.


Transform your meetings, presentations, lessons and events by empowering everyone to participate from their own device.