Here are some quick links to help you in your role, ensuring your teachers are registered and how to deal with concerns you might have.Read more
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Victorian schools are recruiting more than 4,100 teaching professionals as tutors to support students in catching up with any learning they may have missed due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. If you are a pre-service teacher, a teacher on leave, a teacher working part-time who is looking for more hours, a recently retired teacher or a casual relief teacher, you may be eligible to apply for a tutoring position as part of the Victorian Government’s $250 million initiative.
NAIDOC Week celebrates the history, culture and achievements of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. NAIDOC Week is celebrated by all Australians and is a great opportunity to learn more about Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities.
The National NAIDOC Theme for 2021 is Heal Country! Join the celebrations 4-11 July 2021.
National consistencies in teacher registration suggest provisional registration should be held for a maximum of 5 years. The Education and Training Reform Act 2006 was recently amended to include a 6-year limit in which a teacher can remain provisionally registered.
VIT has chosen to revise and extend the application of the regulatory measures published in May 2020 due to the ongoing impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Victorian Early Years Awards (VEYA) celebrate the outstanding work of our early childhood sector to improve the learning, health and wellbeing of Victorian children and their families. Anyone can nominate, so nominate yourself or an early childhood teacher, educational leader, early childhood service or organisation that is making a difference through leadership or innovation to win grants of up to $15 000 to support a nominated activity or professional development.
The theme for Education week is 'Building Connections'. Now in it's 77th year, Education week will run from 23 - 29 May and aims to positively profile and celebrate the strengths and achievements in Victorian government schools.