Membership FAQ

How do I become a new member or renew my ATLE membership?  

By association bylaws, individuals must be employees of K-12 jurisdictions or faculty or students in teacher pre-service training programs.

 Membership Application

What is the cost of an individual membership?

The cost of membership is $135.

What is the Authority Group Plan and am I eligible?

A group plan membership is authorized by a representative of a jurisdiction within Alberta. This category of membership can only be initiated by a senior IT or ET leadership member of the jurisdiction.  Contact your senior IT or ET leader to determine if there is a group plan and if you are eligible under the plan.

How do I seek support for a Professional Learning event?

Contact ProLearn@atle.ca or review the events calendar on the ATLE web site.

I have an idea for a webinar or learning event to offer through ATLE.  Who do I contact to pursue the concept?

Our ProLearn Committee is always available to talk about learning opportunities.  Email prolearn@atle.ca with your ideas

How does ATLE make decisions and set directions?

The ATLE Board meets regularly.  As well, there is a General Meeting held each year during the annual Convergence Conference

"What jurisdictions are within each zone?"

There are six zones within Alberta. Each zone as its own representative. 

List of jurisdictions within the zones