CRT networks provide an opportunity for CRTs (casual
relief, emergency, relieving and relief teachers) to connect with
a supportive and like-minded group of colleagues.
If you're a casual relief teacher, relieving teacher, emergency teacher or relief teacher, help VIT support you by completing our CRT survey.
We've put together some of the most frequently asked questions to help you check you've met all of your registration requirements.
The VIT would like to congratulate Rachel Webb from the Save the Children - Nowa Nowa Kindergarten
"Let’s appreciate and recognise the important work our Victorian teachers are undertaking today, and let’s thank them for every day they open up the world a little bit more for their learners."
Lesley Lamb, Chairperson of the VIT Council and Fran Cosgrove, acting CEO, thank teachers on World Teachers' Day.
During the next term students will be applying for entry
into Victorian initial teacher education programs.
Selection into a program will be based on both academic and
The Teacher Learning Network (TLN) is a not-for-profit professional development
provider for teachers across Victoria.
At this year's Premier’s VCE awards, one of the many
wonderful student achievements recognised was that of Tess Wilkens from
Beaconhills College Pakenham.
Victorian Minister for Education, James Merlino MP, has announced a review of
VIT’s governance and operational frameworks.