|Australian Curriculum Links||Information and Communication Technologies, Health and Physical Education, Science|
|Phone||1800 446 841|
|Address||PO Box 180, Hindmarsh, SA 5007 National: PO Box 779, Jamieson Centre, Macquarie, ACT 2614|
|Annual General Meeting||July|
The mission of the home economics profession in Australia is to educate, inform, and to act as an advocate to government, industry and the community for families and households, so that individuals can make informed choices in order to enhance their everyday living.
HEIA was incorporated in 1994 as the peak professional body for home economics in Australia. The mission and focus of the profession are reflected in the HEIA logo. The concentric circles symbolise the family unit within the community and the world as a whole. Through the centre runs the flame of the lamp of learning.
HEIA (SA) provides leadership, services and products to meet the professional needs of home economists. It also represents the interests of home economists working in education, industry, community services, consumer affairs, and family and household management.
Benefits: HEIA coordinates a national conference biannually. HEIA (SA) offers regular workshops, seminars, mentoring, and resource sharing to address local needs. A national refereed journal with the latest research and happenings in the field, a national newsletter with the latest news, a SA newsletter ‘HEIA SAy’ with news, resources, workshops and contacts. Access to home economics publications and resources (see website). Members rates apply to workshops, conferences, and the purchase of resources.
|National Body||Home Economics Institute of Australia Inc.|
International Federation for Home Economics (IFHE)
|Publications & Resources||
Nutrition: the inside story, Food Choices software program, Totally Gorgeous textiles posters, Simply Gorgeous food posters. See website for complete listing and order form.
To develop mentoring links between pre-service teachers, new graduate teachers and experienced teachers.
Sharing and learning: resources for (new) SACE.
Input into developing a new national resource ‘Cooking - The inside story’.
Resek Scholarship (undergraduate Home Economics teacher), King and Amy O’Malley Trust Scholarship (undergraduate or postgraduate study in the field of Home Economics), Perpetual Trophy (service to Home Economics)
Individual membership – full, associate, not-in-paid employment, student.
School group membership – a primary or secondary school, college or TAFE campus can nominate up to six members to be included in its membership of HEIA.
Resek Scholarship (undergraduate Home Economics teacher), King and Amy O’Malley Trust Scholarship (undergraduate or postgraduate study in the field of Home Economics), Perpetual Trophy (service to Home Economics).