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Please note: registered teachers are automatically subscribed to Professional Practice upon gaining registration so they can keep up with the latest news, teacher resources and registration information.

Professional Practice

Professional Practice is VIT’s official newsletter, which features everything teachers need to know about their registration (including annual registration tasks and legislative amendments), de-identified case studies that explore professional conduct boundaries, useful resources to aid professional learning, information on upcoming events and seminars and more.

In this issue

Issue # 5 - September 2021: Annual registration tasks, a video case study, a CRT podcast and more

Principal Circular

The Principal Circular is designed to keep principals informed about the registration and policy matters that affect their teachers.

In this issue

The Code of Conduct support pack: September 2021

  • Annual registration tasks are due 30 September
  • The revised Victorian Teaching Profession's Code of Conduct is now in effect
  • Explore the new Code with your staff using the Code of Conduct support pack
  • Use the case study videos and podcasts to stimulate discussion with staff

Early Childhood (EC) Circular

The Early Childhood (EC) Circular is designed to keep early childhood education leaders informed about the registration and policy matters that affect their teachers.

In this issue

The Code of Conduct support pack: September 2021

  • Annual registration tasks are due 30 September
  • The revised Victorian Teaching Profession's Code of Conduct is now in effect
  • Explore the new Code with your staff using the Code of Conduct support pack
  • Use the case study videos and podcasts to stimulate discussion with your staff

Provisionally Registered Teacher (PRT) Circular

The Provisionally Registered Teacher (PRT) Circular is VIT’s newest circular, designed to guide PRTs toward (full) registration with useful information about the Inquiry process, PRT seminars, information about registration and more.

In this issue

Evaluating effectiveness, presenting to a panel, applying online and moving to full registration if you're a CRT - August 2021

  • How to write your Action Plan and examples of evidence to include
  • What should you reflect on as you complete your Inquiry process?
  • Once you've arranged your panel, what do you need to know about applying online?
  • What will the workplace recommendation panel meeting be like and how can you prepare for it?
  • What do you need to know about completing the process as a CRT?

Casual Relief Teacher (CRT) Circular

Casual relief teachers can keep up to date with the latest information resources, events and seminars relating to relief and emergency teaching matters via the Casual Relief Teacher (CRT) Circular.

In this issue

Information for (fully) registered CRTS who plan on renewing their registration for 2021-22 - July 2021

  • What constitutes a teaching day for renewal of registration?
  • Equivalent practice and educational leadership
  • Professional learning resources

Initial Teacher Education (ITE) Circular

The Initial Teacher Education (ITE) Circular keeps ITE providers and pre-service teachers up to date with the latest information on graduate intake and registration processes.

In this issue

ITE Circular - VIT's new legislative functions - August 2021

  • Approval of pathway programs
  • Continuing education endorsement
  • 2020 Guidelines for the accreditation of ITE programs in Australia
  • Changes to Accredited ITE programs
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