07 AUGUST 2018
We’re sending out email invoices over a two-week period. Most teachers should expect their invoice to arrive by late-August, but you can go into your MyVIT account and complete your registration tasks from 15 August.
Note: If you completed your tasks prior to receiving your invoice, please disregard the invoice as it was generated before you made payment.
Complete your tasks before 30 September
The due date for registration tasks is 30 September. If your annual fee payment has not been received by 30 September, a late processing fee will apply.
For most teachers, the online process will take a matter of minutes, but if you need any assistance, we’re happy to help. It’s a good idea to get in early. In the days leading up to the due date of 30 September, we receive a high volume of calls and some delays may result.
28 September is a public holiday and 29 September is a Saturday
If you need to speak to anyone at VIT about your registration tasks, remember that Friday 28 September is Grand Final eve public holiday and 29 September is a Saturday so we won’t be able to take your calls. The online registration process will be accessible as normal on those days.
We receive a high volume of enquiries approaching the due date, so it’s best to contact us sooner rather than later if you require any assistance.
To minimise your wait time, the best times to contact VIT are 9-11am and 2-4pm.
Cessation of registration
If you are registered as a teacher and / or an early childhood teacher, and no longer wish to teach in one or both divisions, complete the Cessation of registration form. Please note that once your registration has ceased, you will no longer be allowed to teach in Victoria.
Keep your details current
To ensure you receive all correspondence from VIT, it's important that you keep your details current through your MyVIT account.
Under section 2.6.26AB, teachers must notify VIT in writing of the name of any school at which the teacher is employed within 30 days of commencing or ceasing their employment.
Once all requirements for the renewal of registration have been met, your new 2019 registration card may take up to 15 business days to be received.
Frequently asked questions
If you need to renew, you can log in to your MyVIT account and complete the online form.
What if I can't meet the renewal requirements?
If you are unable to meet the renewal requirements, you may be eligible to apply to become non-practising.
When you complete your renewal of registration application, you're asked to make declarations about your continuing suitability to teach and your professional practice.
If you indicate that you cannot meet the requirement for days teaching and / or hours of professional development activities, you will be given the option to apply for non-practising registration.
How do I pay?
Pay your fees online by logging in to MyVIT.
How much are the fees?
Check out the schedule of fees for the current fee amounts.
When am I meant to pay by?
Your MyVIT account will tell you how much to pay and when this is due.
Do you have a different question?
Mandatory reporting online modules
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