Organisation Membership

There are many benefits to becoming an organisation member of HTAV. Not only do organisation members stay connected with the History teaching community, you’ll also receive 20% off all advertising opportunities with HTAV.

Find out more about advertising with HTAV.

Plus, you’ll be directly supporting the Association that supports you.

To join, select your membership category below and follow the prompts.

Please be aware that if your membership has lapsed and you are wanting to invoice your organisation for the membership, you will need to complete a hard copy membership form and email it to membership@htav.asn.au. The form can be downloaded here.

METRO COUNTRY *
INTERSTATE / INTERNATIONAL *

* Country rates apply if the address provided is greater than 50 kms from the Melbourne CBD.
All prices include GST.


Having trouble completing your membership application online?
Should you experience any difficulties, please complete a hard copy application form and send it to Michelle Pitcher, Membership and Events Officer, via email at membership@htav.asn.au.



2022 Membership Form


Online renewals open in October of the year prior and membership begins immediately upon sign-up. Members may join or renew at any time, however we recommend doing so during the October-December renewal period for an easy transition into the new year. 2022 HTAV memberships expire 31 December 2022.

Please note: It is recommended that you avoid using Internet Explorer when completing your membership application as it is not compatible with the online system.

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Sponsors & partners

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