Membership of the Kodály Music Education Institute of Australia (KMEIA) is open to educators, students, organisations and members of the community.
Renew Membership / Update Details
To renew your membership and/or update your details, visit our Members Portal.
Your 12 month membership entitles you to:
- reduced fees for workshops, seminars and conferences
- newsletters from your Branch
Your membership also provides:
- direct updates from the KMEIA community
- support from like-minded educators
- opportunities to further develop your own skills as both a musician and a teacher
Types of Membership
|Type of Membership||Description||Cost|
|Ordinary||Teachers and individuals interested in the work of KMEIA||$70|
|Associate* (Student)||A part time or full time undergraduate or post graduate pre-service education tertiary student||FREE|
|Associate* (Concession or Retired)||A concession card holder and/or retired from the workforce||$40|
|Associate* (Corporate or Family)||Schools, tertiary institutions, families and other interested organisations.
Where a school has a multi-campus arrangement, corporate membership in its own right would allow effective communication and facilitate maximum involvement of the school personnel in KMEIA activities.
*An Associate Member has all the rights and privileges of membership except voting rights.
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Download and print out our Membership Template and fill it in with your details.
Send the form with your payment to:
Kodaly Music Education Institute of Australia
PO Box 102 Burpengary QLD 4505
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