COVID-19 Updates

Important Information for the HTAV Community

As our community unites to keep each other safe through COVID-19, HTAV have acted in accordance with the latest advice and recommendations relating to social distancing. As such, HTAV staff will be working from home as of Monday 23 March 2020.

For full details relating to our operations and any changes that could affect you, please see the links below:



HTAV Office and Staff

If you know who you are trying to contact, please do so directly by email. The email addresses for all staff are here.

For other enquiries, please email us at admin@htav.asn.au and we’ll get back to you as soon as possible.

We will keep HTAV Members informed with new developments via the Member Bulletin communications. If you are not an HTAV Member, please keep checking the HTAV website for updates.



Professional Learning Events

  • 6 September: VCE History Exam Revision Student Lectures
    Now virtual: Registrations are open and the VCE History Exam Revision Student Lectures will proceed online.
  • 15-16 October: HTAV Annual Conference – History: Roaring into the 20s
    Now virtual: The flagship event of our year is merging with the Middle Years History Conference to provide a two-day smorgasbord of professional learning and networking for secondary school History teachers. It will cover History Levels 7-12.
    Save the dates for the flagship event of the year: Thursday 15 – Friday 16 October 2020
  • 19 November: Teaching VCE History in 2021
    No change: This event is proceeding as planned and registrations will open during Term 3.
  • History Teachers’ Regional Summit – Beechworth
    Rescheduled: The Regional Summit in Beechworth is moving to March/April 2021. We are working with Indigo Shire Council to bring you this unique opportunity of professional learning, networking and fun in the new year. Stay tuned for new dates soon.
  • VCAA New History Study Design Implementation Sessions
    Rescheduled: The VCAA announced that the implementation of the newly accredited VCE History Study Design will be delayed by 12 months and will be delivered by schools in 2022. As a result, the VCAA/HTAV sessions that were scheduled to provide information and advice about the newly accredited VCE History Study Design have also been delayed and will now be offered during 2021.

For any queries you will be able to contact us at all times via email on events@htav.asn.au.



Publications and Dispatch

Keep supporting us and ordering from our online shop. We’ll get your purchases to you, though there will be a slight delay in dispatch.

Our Collingwood office will be intermittently staffed and no order pick-ups will be available. We will continue to post orders. For any queries you will be able to contact us at all times via email on books@htav.asn.au.

On behalf of everyone here at HTAV, we wish you all the best and look forward to continuing to provide our resources to you.

UPDATE 04/08/2020 – Our primary parcel carrier, Australia Post, are reporting that they are 'experiencing significant delivery delays in our network due to limited flights, social distancing requirements and a substantial increase in parcel volumes as more people shop online'. We will continue to monitor our carrier lead times but please be aware that there may be additional delays with delivery depending on your location.



Membership

Primary contacts should make sure all staff are linked to their school memberships so that everyone gets updates and information. Simply visit the My Profile tab in the Member Centre.

For any queries you will be able to contact us at all times via email on membership@htav.asn.au.



Changes to 2020 VCE Study Design

The 2020 VCE History study design has been altered slightly and students and teachers should consult it and take the changes into consideration when using HTAV's textbooks, study and exam guides and sample exams from previous years. Visit the VCAA website for more information about the VCE Adjusted Study Design for 2020.



You can find more information about COVID-19 on the Department of Health and Human Services website: www.dhhs.vic.gov.au/coronavirus.


We are wishing you and all those dear to you good health and safety.

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Sponsors & partners

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  • National History Challenge - Sponsor Logo
  • Latitude Group Travel

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