Welcome to the ATLAANZ
ATLAANZ is an association of professionals working in learning advisory roles in tertiary institutions in Aotearoa (which is the Maori name for New Zealand, meaning "the long white cloud").
Members of ATLAANZ are staff members (full- and part-time staff) of universities, polytechnics, wanangas, colleges of education, institutes of technology as well as private institutions providing tertiary training.
The aims of ATLAANZ are to:
ATLAANZ has a constitution and is an incorporated society.
Information About the Association
In 1998 participants at the Tertiary Learning Centres Network of Aotearoa/ New Zealand conference supported the idea of exploring how those working in this area might become an association which provides a forum for discussion and a means for sharing information on resources, courses and conferences. The group appointed six people (from the different types of institution, with a good geographic spread) to be a Working Party.
The Working Party reported to participants at the 1999 conference in Nelson. Those gathered unanimously assented to the formation of an Association, with the view to seeking Incorporated Society status at a later date. This association was then formed and the name The Association of Tertiary Learning Advisors of Aotearoa New Zealand (ATLAANZ) was confirmed at the 2000 AGM. The Association was incorporated in 2003.
The Executive of ATLAANZ is pleased to advise that it is now able to receive your subscription for 2013. Details can be found on the Members page of this website. Please pass on this invitation and a copy of the subscription form for others who may wish to join but who have not received this information.
We look forward to having you join us.