Registration

How to Register

..To get your discounted member rate, you must login at the top of this page using
..your unique login details.

..Having trouble logging in? Please contact HTAV at membership@htav.asn.au.


Please note: It is advised that you do not use web browser Internet Explorer as it is not compatible with the registration operating system.

To attend the conference you must register online. Please choose from the following registration options:


Early bird rates apply up to midnight on Friday 2 October.
For the rates for registrations completed after Friday 2 October – please add $50 to all rates.

REGISTRATIONS CLOSE THURSDAY 8 OCTOBER 2020
We look forward to welcoming the history community to the conference.



Step-by-step Instructions

Click here to download the registration instructions flyer or follow the instructions below.

Steps for Group Registrations:

1. You must log in with your own unique HTAV username and password prior to registering for the conference. Click here to log in now. If the people attending are covered by a school or organisation membership, all of them and you must be linked to that membership on HTAV’s database to enable:

.........a. discounted member pricing
.........b. invoicing your school for payment (purchase order number required)

If you are not an HTAV member and want to pay by invoice, or you are having difficulties registering, please contact the HTAV at events@htav.asn.au.

2. Register Yourself as Group Manager.

3. Indicate if you wish to register yourself. Only do this if you will also be attending the conference. Then click on ‘add group member’ to add people. All tabs must be completed including session preferences and payment, for each additional entry.

4. When all additional entries are completed, click 'save'. Return to the Group Manager details and complete the remaining tabs including payment. Your registration will update from ‘pending payment’ to ‘complete’ and you will instantly receive an initial confirmation email.

Note: If the prices are inconsistent with your anticipated rate please contact the HTAV at events@htav.asn.au to ensure the people you are trying to register have been linked with the institutional membership.

Please see below for more information and details on how to register individually.


Steps for Individual Registration:

1. You must log in with your own unique HTAV username and password prior to registering for the conference. Click here to log in now. If the people attending are covered by a school or organisation membership, all of them and you must be linked to that membership on HTAV’s database to enable:

.........a. discounted member pricing
.........b. invoicing your school for payment (purchase order number required)

If you are not an HTAV member and want to pay by invoice, or you are having difficulties registering, please contact the HTAV at events@htav.asn.au.

Note: There is no part-day registration available. All participants are charged for a full day, regardless of sessions attended. Places cannot be held; please seek approval from your school before registering.

2. Please nominate the workshops you wish to attend, as well as second and third preferences.
To view detailed session descriptions and presenter biographies please click here.

Note: While we will attempt to accommodate your first preferences for workshops, we cannot guarantee this will always be possible.

3. Upon successfully registering, you will receive an initial confirmation via email only (if you have not received this initial confirmation within 5 working days of registration, please contact the HTAV). A second email will follow with the final confirmation of workshop preferences during the week of the event.



The opinions expressed at HTAV conferences are those of the presenters and do not necessarily reflect the views of the HTAV. For the full event policy statement please click here.


Sponsors & partners

  • Latitude Group Travel
  • National History Challenge - Sponsor Logo
  • Education Victoria - Sponsor Logo

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