This session will explore how you can undertake the VIT (full) registration process as a CRT. The provisional to full process is the same for all teachers, we will explore some strategies and approaches that can assist CRTs in undertaking this process in their context. We will explore the types of inquiry questions appropriate to a CRT context, how to pick the learners to focus on and examples of how CRTs can collect evidence of practice. We will provide you with information about available resources to support you through the provisional to full process and suggested steps to undertake before you begin your inquiry to make sure you are set up for success.

At the end of this session, you may want to consider the following questions:

Do I have a workplace to support me through the process? If not, what steps can I take to find a workplace to support me?

What type of inquiry questions could be applicable to all classrooms (regardless of content or level)?

Are there descriptors of the Australian Professional Standards for Teachers that may be challenging to evidence in my context? How can I go about collecting this evidence?

What time frame would I need in my context to undertake the inquiry approach?

Author: Hannah Galloway

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