AFMLTA Inc Medal
AFMLTA Medal for Outstanding Service to Language Teaching is made in recognition of exceptional and outstanding contributions to language teaching in Australia over an extended period. An exceptional and outstanding contribution is to be regarded as one that has significantly influenced the pattern and/or quality of language teaching and learning in Australia in some beneficial way.
Medal for Outstanding Service to Language Teaching Recipients
1992 Manuel Gelman (1st President AFMLTA)
1994 David Ingram
1999 Denis Cunningham
2005 Angela Scarino
2008 David Vale
2011 Joe LoBianco
2011 Lia Tedesco
2013 Michael Clyne (posthumously)
Nominations for AFMLTA Medal for Outstanding Service to Language Teaching 2017 are now open. Nominations close on Friday 28 April 2017. Click here to see further information the Awards process and click here to download a nomination form.
AFMLTA Inc Certificate of Merit
AFMLTA Certificate of Merit is made in recognition of dedicated and effective contribution to the work of the AFMLTA over an extended period. The recipient will be or will have been a member of an affiliated MLTA/LTA or have actively contributed to the work of the AFMLTA Inc over an extended period.
Certificate of Merit Recipients
1997 Barry Muir
2012 Helen Best
2012 Peter Voss
2015 Fulvia Valvasori
2015 Greg Dabelstein
Nominations for AFMLTA Certificate of Merit 2017 are now open. Nominations close on Friday 28 April 2017. Click here to see further information the Awards process and click here to download a nomination form.
FIPLV International Award
The AFMLTA is able to nominate a representative for the FIPLV International Award. The FIPLV International Award, and initiative of the FIPLV Executive committee, is FIPLV’s highest distinction – in addition to the title of Honorary FIPLV Counsellor, which is reserved for (former) members of the FIPLV executive – and can be awarded to FIPLV members who distinguish or have distinguished themselves by being exceptionally active, innovative, valuable, talented, in one or more fields of language learning and language teaching (as detailed in the FIPLV documents). The FIPLV International Award consists of a certificate of honour, a file containing FIPLV documentation and publication in the FIPLV World News of the candidate’s citation with a picture and with congratulations by the FIPLV Executive Committee.
FIPLV Awards in Australia have been presented to the following people:
2004 Margaret Gearon – nominated by MLTAV
2005 Marjory Ellsmore – nominated by MLTANSW
2006 Angela Scarino – nominated by MLTASA
2016 Joseph Lo Bianco - nominated by AFMLTA
Keith Horwood Memorial Lecture
As a fitting tribute to the memory of the foundation organising secretary of the AFMLTA, who passed away suddenly in 1974, the Keith Horwood Memorial Lecture is a significant feature of each AFMLTA Conference.
The inaugural Keith Horwood Memorial Lecture was given by Professor Anthony J. Liddicoat at the AFMLTA National Conference, Canberra 2001.