Registration cards contain information about a teacher's current registration. This includes the registration category, expiry and any conditions they may have on their registration.
The VIT advises that registration cards may take up to 20 business days to arrive due to processing and handling.
The expiry date listed on all registration cards – regardless of their registration type – is the deadline for the next annual registration period, which occurs on 30 September each year.
The initial registration fee paid by provisionally registered teachers (PRTs) is pro-rated, covering their registration from the commencement date of their provisional registration until the next 30 September annual registration deadline. The expiry date listed on their registration card will also reflect this date. A PRT is expected to complete the annual registration tasks and pay the annual fee applicable to their registration category by 30 September each year, at which time a new registration card will be issued. Visit the Registration fees page find out more.
Conditions are usually placed on a teacher’s registration for a period of 6-12 months, with documentation required to meet the condition. When a registration card states ‘This registration has conditions’, it can relate to any of the following condition types
- agreed – conditions imposed on a teacher’s registration, or imposed through a voluntary agreement with the teacher, which may relate to concerns about health or conduct
- literacy and numeracy – conditions placed on a graduate teacher who is yet to pass the national Literacy and Numeracy Test for Initial Teacher Education (LANTITE).
Please note VIT is unable to provide specific details of any condition(s) on any individual’s registration. All queries relating to any condition(s) on a particular teacher’s registration should be directed to that individual.
Last updated: 19 Jul 2021