A Hearing Panel has handed down findings on former Victorian teacher Shane Osmond, declaring his teacher registration status cancelled, with a five-year period of disqualification.
VIT supports the efforts of the State Government and the Department of Education and Training (DET) in acknowledging the historic abuse that has occurred in a number of educational settings.
If you’re thinking of returning to teach from non-practising registration, you’ll need to follow the correct process – including completing 20 days of teaching and 20 hours of PD within 12 months.
A crucial part of the role of all school and early childhood teachers is to respond effectively to children and young people whose safety and wellbeing may be at risk, or who are in need of protection.
All staff working in early childhood settings and schools within Victoria, particularly those with mandatory reporting obligations, are strongly encouraged to regularly undertake and complete online modules.
In September, the Victorian Equal Opportunity and Human Rights Commission and the Department of Education and Training will present workshops on how your school can develop a culture of inclusive education.
The Victorian Institute of Teaching (VIT), Victoria’s independent regulator of the teaching profession, will investigate the extent to which higher education institutions providing initial teacher education, are complying with the Victorian Selection Framework (VSF) for students entering initial teacher education programs.