Teachers who hold provisional registration have two years to move their practice from the graduate to the Proficient teacher level of the Australian Professional Standards for Teachers (APST). This work is undertaken in collaboration with other experienced (fully) registered teachers who can provide the provisionally registered teacher (PRT) with feedback and support in the development of their practice.
Teachers will be able to apply for (full) registration when they can demonstrate that
- they have taught for at least 80 days in one or more Australian or New Zealand schools / early childhood (EC) services, and
- provide evidence that they have met the APST at the Proficient teacher level using VIT’s Inquiry process.
Click on each step below to find out more about the moving to (full) registration process.
If the PRT’s mentor does not work at the same workplace, the PRT should tick the allocated box acknowledging this, and download/complete the form to provide VIT with more information.
Before a PRT begins the process, VIT recommends they read our guide for moving to (full) registration. The guide contains a template for collating your evidence and is available in a PDF or Word document in the Templates and checklists below.
We also recommend reading the relevant companion and evidence guides. These supplementary guides contain context specific information regarding the process of moving from provisional registration to (full) registration.
- Provisionally registered casual relief teachers and teachers in non-school settings: A companion guide to gaining (full) registration
- Evidence guide, early childhood teacher
- Evidence guide, casual relief teacher
- Registration evidence checklist
Click the accordions below for more useful resources.
Last updated: 23 Sep 2021