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Awards

Dr Janet Reynolds Award for Service to HEIA(Q) The Dr Janet Reynolds Award is awarded for outstanding service to HEIA(Q) over a period of time. The HEIA(Q) Committee of Management decides on the recipients of this award, which is presented at...

HEIA(Q) governance

HEIA(Q) governance HEIA(Q) is governed by its Constitution. It is incorporated in its own right, is registered for Goods and Services Tax (ABN: 38336138850), and has a Committee of Managent to mange its affairs. HEIA(Q) reports to mbers at the Annual...

History

Queensland had a professional association for home economists, the Home Economics Association of Queensland (HEAQ), for many years prior to the formation of the previous national organisation, the Home Economics Association of Australia (HEAA). Membership...

Membership

To become a member of HEIA(Q) you must first join the national Home Economics Institute of Australia, and will then be assigned to a Division. If you reside in Queensland you will be assigned to HEIA(Q). If you live overseas, you will be asked to state...

What we offer

Advocacy HEIA(Q) plays a strong advocacy role for home economics and, in particular, for home economics education. A strong membership makes the Division stronger in its advocacy role. The role of HEIA(Q) is recognised by education and other authorities...

Who we are

HEIA(Q) is a Division of the national peak professional association for home economics in Australia—the Home Economics Institute of Australia Inc. Members include professionals from a range of settings. However, the dominant professional status is t...

Working with national HEIA

HEIA(Q) is a Division of the national Home Economics Institute of Australia (HEIA). The Institute comprises eight Divisions, one from each state and territory. The members of a Division are those members of the Institute who normally reside in...