Resources and seminar information

PRT seminars 

Each year VIT delivers seminars to provide you with information that will assist you to move from provisional to full registration including:

  • the requirements of gaining full registration
  • the evidence-based process using the Inquiry approach 
  • how to access resources for completing evidence of professional practice.

2017 seminar dates and venues

The dates for our 2017 in-person seminars have now been completed. The following online seminars are still available for registration: 

Dates

Location

Venue

Thursday 27 July

Online

Via Adobe Connect

Wednesday 9 August

Online

Via Adobe Connect

Tuesday 22 August

Online

Via Adobe Connect

Wednesday 6 September

Online

Via Adobe Connect

Thursday 14 September

Online

Via Adobe Connect

How to register for a seminar

Login to your MyVIT portal, select 'My Events > Provisionally Registered Teachers sessions' and choose the seminar you wish to attend. You will receive a confirmation email and the event will also appear in your portal. 

If you graduated from an ITE provider after 1 August 2016, please contact prt@vit.vic.edu.au for assistance.

Note: if you wish to change venues, you will need to first unregister from the initial venue.

Resources

Australian professional standards for teachers (APST) PDF, 382.48 KB

Supporting provisionally registered teachers guide PDF, 3603.77 KB

2017 PRT seminar presentation  PDF, 3815.63 KB

Other resources

Examples of evidence

Videos

In a series of short videos, we break down the process of moving from PRT to (full) registration for you. 

You can also watch a teacher with over 30 years’ experience, answer frequently asked questions.

Watch videos

If you are an early childhood teacher

Six Illustrations of Practice have been created that offer examples of how you might apply the evidence-based inquiry approach in a kindergarten setting. The Illustrations are a great tool for early childhood teachers and have been produced by a collaboration between VIT and the Australian Institute for Teaching and School Leadership (AITSL).