Benefits of HEA Membership
Phone & Email Support
1300 72 99 91
Phone Helpline - 1300 72 99 91 and speak to an experienced home educator.
Registration Help - personal, individual support for members.
Advocacy work - securing national and state rights for home educators.
The HEA is committed to helping all home educators through our advocacy work with State departments.
Members gain access to extra, individual support when registering with your State's education department. Our State volunteers can help answer your questions and guide you through the registration process.
Conferences & Expos
The HEA team seek experts and experienced home educators to deliver Keynote addresses and lead talks.
Next online Trade Vendor Expo: January 22-23, 2022 Only $5 members!
Student ID Cards
Free for members - Photo, DOB,
Home Educated Student
HEA Members can order photo student ID cards as part of their membership.
While not official public transportation cards, they serve as a basic photo ID.
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The HEA works hard to ensure that your home educated children have access to the same quality educational materials as their traditionally-schooled peers - and at a good price for you!
Grants & Public Fund
Grants for your local home education network
Individual membership grants for the financially stressed
Public Fund - Charity to help home educating families.
Charity online Bookstall
The HEA upholds the principle that parents are primarily responsible for the education of their children and respects the diversity of philosophies and methods used by home educators.
The mission of the HEA is to promote and support the practice of home education across Australia and to advance educational equity for members.
The HEA is fully volunteer run and is a not-for-profit organisation.
Included in Membership: