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Say hello to Term 1, 2023

The following information includes everything you need to know about your teacher registration or current application status for 2023.

Registering as a new graduate

If you have recently graduated, you will need to register with us before you can teach at any Victorian school or be employed as a registered early childhood teacher in Victoria. Find more information on registering as a graduate, including timelines for end-of-year graduates.

If you have already lodged an application for registration as a graduate, please check the ‘tasks’ section of your MyVIT account for anything outstanding.

If you haven’t notified VIT of your start date, please email vit@vit.vic.edu.au.

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You cannot undertake the duties of a teacher or early childhood teacher – even under supervision – unless your registration has been approved by VIT.

Registration applications

If you have lodged an application for registration, including mutual recognition or Permission to teach (PTT), or a reapplication for provisional registration, VIT will contact you via your nominated email address if we require further information.

FYI

Reapplications for provisional registration are processed in the order of expiry, not receipt. If any further information is needed, VIT will email you near your approval expiry date (as listed on the register of teachers).

Registration renewal

If your registration has been suspended and you have been removed from the register (because you did not complete your annual registration tasks and make payment by 31 December 2022), you can apply to revoke the suspension through your MyVIT account.

If your registration has expired and you have been removed from the register, you can reapply for registration via your MyVIT account.

Nationally Coordinated Criminal History Check

As part of an application for registration, VIT must run a Nationally Coordinated Criminal History Check (NCCHC) which takes up to 20 business days to return. Find more information on NCCHCs.

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