Videos: Watch how to become (fully) registered with the VIT

If you’re a provisionally registered teacher wanting to progress to (full) registration, there are 2 things you need to do:

  1. Complete at least 80 days of teaching
  2. Be recommended for (full) registration by a recommendation panel.

In this series of videos, we look at the second part of this process: what you need to present to the panel so that they will recommend you for (full) registration.

You can also watch Dawn Colcott, a teacher with over 30 years’ experience, answering frequently asked questions. Or watch the videos individually

Watch the full playlist of videos

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Or watch the videos individually

Introduction: Watch ‘How to become fully registered – an overview’

Provides you with a brief overview of how the evidence-based process works.

1: Watch ‘What you need before you begin’

Ensures you’re fully prepared before you begin the process.  

2: Watch ‘How to choose the learners for your evidence based process’

Helps you select appropriate learners and learning environments to analyse as evidence of practice.

3: Watch ‘How to develop your inquiry question’

Explains how you should develop an inquiry question as the focus of your evidence-based practice.

4: Watch ‘How to work with your mentor or experienced colleague’

Provides advice on how to work effectively with your mentor or experienced colleague throughout the process.

5: Watch ‘How to develop and implement your action plan’

Explains how to make an effective action plan based on your inquiry question.

6: Watch ‘How to evaluate your practice’

Outlines how you can evaluate your practice after you’ve enacted your action plan.

7: Watch ‘How to present to the recommendation panel’

Helps you develop your presentation to the recommendation panel.

8: Watch ‘How to submit your application’

Talks you through how the online application process works.

9: Watch ‘Other contexts’

Provides advice if you work in a non-traditional learning environment and are unsure how this process applies to your experience.