Chinese Teachers' Association of Victoria

What's on
2016 Global Village
Bilingual Speech Competition
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next general meeting
Date: 3rd September 2016
Time: 2 - 4.30 pm
Venue: Science Lecture Theatre, Scotch College. 
The CLTAV promotes personal professional relationships between teachers across all sectors of education – primary and secondary, country and metropolitan, government and independent and Catholic systems, schools and universities. Together we collaborate to promote learning and life opportunities for students through the study of Mandarin.

Thanks to all the support from our members and hard working from our committee, the new CLTAV website officially launched on the 4th June 2016.

For Members:

  • Automatic membership of the Chinese Language Teachers' Federation of Australia(CLTFA).
  • Free subscription to CLTAV and CLTFA newsletters and emails.
  • Access to online discussion forums
  • Entitled to Professional Development subsidies for attendance to CLTAV organised workshops/conference and events (condition apply).
  • Access to information about in-country study programs.
  • Networking opportunities with other Chinese Language Teachers.
  • Access to information about Chinese language teaching  job vacancies.
Latest News
CLTAV Dance Troupe
CLTAV Dance Troupe

Our CLTAV Dance Troupe has participated dozens of activities such as school events and celebrations.

11th Annual Australian AIM Conference
11th Annual Australian AIM Conference

Attention Chinese teachers!
Announcing the 11th Annual Australian AIM Conference for Japanese, French and Mandarin primary and secondary teachers!
Learn how music, drama and gesture can work synergistically to rapidly 
increase second language acquisition and fluency during 2 inspiring days 
of professional development for language teachers!

A forum on How to help Chinese students cope with Australian education system
A forum on How to help Chinese students cope with Australian education system

The Confucius Institute at the University of Melbourne and the Chinese Language Teacher's Association of Victoria (CLTAV) are proud to present a forum which will focus specifically on how parents of non-Chinese background learners of Mandarin can promote a healthy learning environment for their children.

There is live streaming for parents unable to be present at the forum. Details below.