Membership of TESOL associations in your state or territory
Membership of your state or territory TESOL association automatically makes you a member of ACTA. ACTA does not have individual members.
To find your state or territory association
Each association has its own website and information on how to join
Members receive ACTA's biannual publication, TESOL in Context, as part of their state membership. This professional journal showcases articles on current best practice and TESOL research in the Australian context.
Members also receive discounted Early Bird rates for the ACTA international TESOL Conference held every 2 years.
Membership of your state or territory association also means that you are part of an affiliate organisation of TESOL International, a global TESOL community of over 14 000 TESOL associations worldwide. Currently, TESOL International represents 162 countries.