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The November Newsletter has been uploaded

The Change Password Facility is back up

Risk Management Workshop in November

MLTAT 2006 State Conference - Languages: Passport to Understanding - August 11-12 2006 - Inveresk, Launceston - Call for papers now open

To Teachers of Year 12 LOTE Students:
Sangora Education Foundation Languages Award

Calling All Harajuku Girls and Manga Fans!

Applications for scholarships to Japan now open

Sydney, NSW, August 8     Into Japanese language and culture?  Want to experience fast-paced Japan this summer?  UNESCO, in partnership with AFS, is offering five Australian high school students in Years 9 to 12 a full scholarship to check out Japan on an AFS exchange.


Term 3 Conference 2005 Photos

July Newsletter (990 kb) has been uploaded. If you would like to submit an article for the next newsletter please forward it to the newsletter editors Penelope Ponton or Carmelina La Galia.

Languages Film Festival

School Visit Information for Teachers of Italian and Japanese

16th Biennial AFMLTA National Conference - July 11 -14


Applications Are Now Open for 2005 Global Languages Scholarships
Over 60 full and partial scholarships for Australian High School Students to live and study overseas

2006 Endeavour Language Teacher Fellowships
Application Form(Word) and Frequently Asked Questions(Word). In PDF format you can view and copy the Brochure, Information or Application Form

Conference Details as Document

Student Exchange


AFMLTA 2005 National Writing Competition


 The Japan Foundation is again offering its in-country training program for Australian and New Zealand teachers of Japanese. This will be held at the Japan Foundation Japanese Language Institute in Urawa, Japan from 11 to 30 January 2006.  It offers teachers of primary and secondary Japanese an opportunity to upgrade language skills in a total immersion environment, gather resources, create teaching and learning plans and, not least of all, develop valuable networks with other teachers of Japanese.
Expences covered by the Japan Foundation include tuition, accommodation, meals and transport in Japan. The Department of Education and Training will cover the costs of return airfare to Japan and travel insurance for the two successful public school applicants.
 Further details and application forms can be obtained from Ms Setsuko Murano who can be contacted either by phone on 9264 5190, or email at
 The closing date for applications is Friday 17 June.


Orishima International Performing Arts Company




Draft National Statement

For the MLTAWA response to the draft national statement and plan, please click on the image below:

Please go to AFMLTA site to see the national response to the National Statement and Plan

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