How accreditation works
- Guide to accreditation
- Your accreditation
- Pre-2004 teachers
- Casual and part-time
- Early Childhood Teachers
- Interstate teachers
- Overseas teachers
- Future teachers
- Returning teachers
- Taking a break
- Voluntary cancellation of accreditation
- Cessation of accreditation
- Revocation and suspension of accreditation
- Your account
- Complete 10 hours of Refresher Courses
- Administering accreditation
- Supervisors/Principal/Service Providers
- Responsibilities when employing teachers
- Professional experience framework
- Download the professional experience framework
- Supervising provisional-conditional accredited teachers
- Checklist for supporting proficient teacher accreditation
- Proficient teacher report
- Supervisor report sample
- Verify maintenance of accreditation
- Plan and validate PD
- Supporting highly accomplished and lead teacher accreditation
- PD Delegates
- Initial Teacher Education
- Get teaching programs accredited
- Transition to the revised standards
- Higher Ed Providers and NESA info sharing
- Initial Teacher Education Committee
- Accredited teaching programs
- GTIL ITE reports
- Providing professional development
Cessation of accreditation
Provisionally or conditionally accredited teachers are given a date by which to achieve Proficient Teacher Accreditation. In the event of not achieving Proficient Teacher Accreditation by this date your accreditation will lapse and prevent you from teaching in a NSW school/service.
You may apply for a single, two-year period of re-accreditation.
A non-refundable re-accreditation fee applies.
Applications for re-accreditation are reviewed by NESA. Re-accreditation is only granted where you have demonstrated you have addressed the issues that previously prevented you from achieving Proficient Teacher Accreditation. Your commitment to the profession and likelihood of achieving Proficient Teacher Accreditation within the re-accreditation period, are also taken into account.
The decision to re-accredit is made in consultation with your previous employers, prospective employers and the Re-Accreditation Approval Committee (RAC) which meets four times each year. For more details on the process of re-accreditation, refer to the Policy for Ceasing the Provisional and Conditional Accreditation of Teachers and Conditions for a re-accreditation period.
If you are seeking to be re-accredited then download and complete the Application for Re-Accreditation Form (546 KB). You’ll need to download and use Adobe Acrobat to complete this PDF form. A free copy of Acrobat Reader is available from https://get.adobe.com/reader. Using other PDF software may result in you experiencing issues completing the form.
2017 Reaccreditation Approval Committee (RAC) meeting schedule
- Wednesday, 12 April 2017
- Wednesday, 12 July 2017
- Wednesday, 4 October 2017
- Wednesday, 13 December 2017