Why become a member?
The JLTAV is the Single Language Association supporting teachers of Japanese in Victorian primary, secondary and tertiary institutions. The JLTAV has a long tradition of supporting Japanese language education in Victoria.
Membership of the Association provides access to high quality teacher professional learning and student events that engage students in Japanese studies. In addition, current members of the JLTAV may attend interstate Japanese language teaching association professional learning at member rates through a reciprocal arrangement.
JLTAV membership in 2018 provides access to all JLTAV services and benefits until 31 December 2018.
Being a member will bring benefits to every event and service that we provide. Many of our events have discounted member rates, and some events are exclusive to members only. All events also provide excellent networking opportunities with other teachers of Japanese.
Please scroll down for important information about the Nihongo-Victoria Email Group (NVEG, run by the Melbourne Centre for Japanese Language Education, MCJLE) and see the link below.
2019 membership applications
Application for membership of the JLTAV in 2019 is now open. Applications are to be completed online.
To join the JLTAV you must support the purposes of the Association which are outlined in The (New) Rules of JLTAV 2013:
Step 1: Complete the online registration form from the link below.
Step 2: You will receive a confirmation email as a TAX INVOICE. Please use it to organise the payment through your school finance department (if applying for school membership).
Step 3: Once your payment is processed, you will receive a confirmation email from the JLTAV Office acknowledging the payment.
Please select the appropriate membership you desire:
Nihongo-Victoria Email Group
It is highly recommended to join the Nihongo-Victoria Email Group (NVEG), administered by the Melbourne Centre for Japanese Language Education (MCJLE). This is an open forum where the JLTAV, MCJLE and other Japanese-teaching related organisations post news about upcoming events, and is also an open forum where teachers communicate with each other.
To join, contact the MCJLE at the link below and request permission to join the group.