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Registration card production stops during July and August due to the start of the new registration year.

The VIT accreditation process adheres to a nationally-agreed approach to accreditation, endorsed by the Education Council in 2015.

The process ensures all initial teacher education (ITE) programs meet the Australian standards outlined in the Accreditation of initial teacher education programs in Australia: Standards and Procedures (AITSL). These standards are designed to ensure all graduates of ITE programs have the knowledge, skills and experience to make a positive impact on student learning.

Visit the Course accreditation and endorsement information page to find out more.

Education for those who wish to become teachers

Individuals wishing to undertake the duties of a teacher in Victoria are required to have attained relevant qualifications to become registered.

Those who wish to teach in a school setting must hold an approved initial teacher education (ITE) qualification or equivalent. Those who wish to teach in an early childhood setting must hold an early childhood education qualification.

Visit the Education for those who wish to become teachers page to find out more.

Continuing education for teachers

Teachers who want to learn more about specific education topics or work in a specialist teaching area may consider undertaking a continuing education program.

Continuing education programs do not need to be endorsed for teachers to use the program to be counted towards their renewal of registration requirements.

Visit the Continuing education for teachers page to find out more.

Last updated: 01 Aug 2022

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