Under the Education and Training Reform Act 2006, an applicant for registration as a teacher may be granted interim approval to undertake the duties of a teacher if the person is entitled to that registration but it is not practicable to wait until the VIT can consider the application.
VIT's 2019-20 annual report was tabled in parliament this week and includes case studies that provide insight into how we carry out our work.
This is your final opportunity to share your thoughts about the Victorian Teaching Profession Code of Conduct consultation draft.
The Australian Institute for Teaching and School Leadership (AITSL) provides information on teacher induction focusing on why it matters and how to facilitate good induction.
If you have completed your annual registration tasks, but have not yet received a registration card, your card may still be in the process of being issued or your application may still be undergoing assessment by VIT. You don't need your registration card to confirm your registration status.
If you haven't completed your annual registration, login to your MyVIT account to complete your tasks before 31 December 2020 to avoid being removed from the register.
AITSL has produced a series of videos featuring teachers illustrating, through their practice, how they meet the various descriptors of the Australian Professional Standards for Teachers.
As we approach September, if you haven’t done so already, it’s time to complete your annual registration tasks. Watch a video to help you with the process, and find answers to your most frequently asked questions.
In line with the Victorian Treasurer’s announcement in April 2020 where he set the annual index rate at 0.0 per cent, this year's (2020-21) registration fees will remain at 2019-20 levels. The VIT’s registration fees continue to be tax deductible and the lowest across Australia.