Your provisional registration will expire two years after the date of your initial registration. The 30 September date is the annual fee date for all teachers and the renewal date for fully registered teachers. If you are unsure of your expiry date you can search the register.
To meet your responsibilities as a registered teacher, before the end of your second year of provisional registration you should apply for full registration. If you are unable to apply for full registration or if you are not in a position to demonstrate you have achieved the proficient teacher standards before your registration expires, you may need to apply for a further grant of provisional registration.
An application for a further grant of provisional registration is assessed on its individual merits and is not guaranteed approval. You will be required to submit detailed information outlining
- why you have not been able to complete VIT’s Inquiry process and apply for full registration
- how you intend to do this in the next period of provisional registration (if granted)
- any other exceptional circumstances.
To apply for a further grant of provisional registration, log into your MyVIT account and select the ‘apply for provisional registration’ tile. (Please note – this will only become available in your account three months prior to your registration expiry date.)