4 SEPTEMBER 2018
When you wish to return to teaching from non-practising registration, you must notify us prior to undertaking the duties of a teacher in a school or early childhood setting.
You can only apply for non-practising registration at renewal time, however you can return from non-practising registration at any time.
To return to teaching from non-practising registration, you will need submit the Returning to teaching from non-practising registration form to VIT.
You will be notified once the form is approved, and your name will appear on the public register.
NOTE: Once your returning from non-practising registration is approved, you have 12 months to complete
- Twenty (20) days teaching, equivalent practice or educational leadership; and
- Twenty (20) hours of professional development that references the APST (including activities that develop your capability to teach learners with disability).
Returning from non-practising registration means that your knowledge and practice will not be current, so we will send you a new registration card with conditions.
Why choose non-practising registration?
If you’re thinking of taking a leave from teaching, or you don’t think you can meet the requirements for registration renewal by 30 September, watch this video.
Returning to Teach: What you need to know
If you’re thinking about choosing non-practising registration, you’ll need to know about what happens when you want to return to teaching.