Learn Bahasa Indonesia
Learn Bahasa Indonesia with us!
Indonesian for General Purposes Beginner Levels, by the Balai Bahasa & Budaya Indonesia Victoria – Tasmania
Apa itu? (What is it?)
Dynamic and engaging learning structure
Class content carefully planned for a fun learning experience.
Professional and experienced teachers
Native speakers with professional teaching qualifications.
Every essential language aspect covered
…from the basics through to more formal communication.
Insights into culture as well as language
Learn about the habits and expectations of Indonesian society.
Small learning groups (5 people max.)
being able to practice the language is what we consider
Comfortable, personalised instruction
A focus on not just the group, but individual learning and language progress.
Affordable tuition via Zoom Video Calls
$450 per team, or $425 for BBBIVT members.
Managable lesson schedule
Each Term lasts for 8 weeks and a class runs for 1.5 hrs (90 minutes).
Meet our teaching staff
Pak Tata Survi
As an experienced language teacher, teacher trainer and language curriculum consultant, Tata Survi migrated from his native Jogjakarta to Melbourne in 2oo2.
He has become a keen promoter of Indonesian language and culture in Australia through his profession and as an active member of the Indonesian community.
He has taught Indonesian language in numerous Melbourne secondary schools and is a statewide VCE examiner and designer of LOTE tasks for the Victorian Curriculum Corporation. His teaching also extends to the corporate sphere where he has provided language classes to employees of private corporations looking to improve business relations with Indonesia.
He was the vice president of the Australian Indonesian Association of Victoria (AIAV) and the coordinator of their Indonesian language classes. Through AIA he developed a unique exchange program for high school students and a language immersion program for adults that make use of his extensive networks in Jogjakarta.
Both programs allow participants to develop their language skills through living with local families and experiencing rural village life as well as city living.
He was also the co-director of IndoAustay Ltd., a non-profit company set up by the Australian Indonesian Association of Victoria for organising the exchange program to Indonesia for Australian students completing Year 10 and Year 11 secondary schooling.
He was an active committee member of the Victorian Indonesian Language Teachers Association (VILTA) where he used to be the coordinator of their Why Learn Indonesian? forum. At the moment, between his hectic schedule, he also runs professional development programs for teachers of Indonesian with the Critical Agendas.