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As a provisionally registered teacher (PRT) you’ll need to undertake an inquiry into your own practice in the education setting where you teach in order to achieve (full) registration. First, you need to decide what the focus of your inquiry will be.
The Victorian Institute of Teaching (VIT) is set to strengthen its community and stakeholder engagement by attending some of Victoria's leading education and teacher conferences in 2019.
Victoria’s leading sustainability awards program, the Premier’s Sustainability Awards, are now open for entries, featuring a new category, that celebrates the outstanding contribution made by volunteers.
The Department of Education and Training (DET) is calling for nominations for this year's Victorian Early Years Awards.
If you are a teacher reaching the end of your two year provisional registration, you are still permitted to teach throughout your grace period, so long as your name appears on the public register.