Teacher Professional Hours

Teacher accreditation- professional development maintenance

Can The Remote Teacher courses and memberships be used for professional development maintenance hours to count towards my teacher accreditation?

Completing the our online courses and memberships will provide self-identified elective professional development addressing the following Australian Professional Standards for Teachers towards maintaining graduate standard. Remember to record your professional development on your appropriate portal including: hours, links to the AITSL standards and certificate.

NSW NESA Elective PD

A teacher’s completion of any our courses and memberships will count towards their NESA Accredited PD requirements under the ‘Elective PD’ provision. To find out more about the changes to PD provision in 2021-2022 go to the NESA website.


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Each course is aligned with the ‘Australian Professional Standards for Teachers’ and will contribute towards VIT annual renewal requirements. Learn more. Your Certificate is available immediately online from your ‘My Training’ Page.


Each The Remote Teacher course is aligned with the ‘Australian Professional Standards for Teachers’ and can contribute towards your ‘Formal’ professional development activities. You may continue to update your professional learning activities using the Professional Learning Log that is currently available through Teacher Login. ​


Each The Remote Teacher course is aligned with the ‘Australian Professional Standards for Teachers’ and can be recorded as professional learning. Information here.


You are required to undertake specific professional practice activities so you can maintain your registration. 20 hours of PD must be completed within each registration year- including a minimum of 5 hours of Teacher Identified professional learning. The Remote Teacher can be counted towards Teacher Identified PD.


Each of our courses is aligned with the ‘Australian Professional Standards for Teachers’.

Any person wanting to teach in a Tasmainian school, college or the TasTAFE must have registration or a limited authority to teach (LAT). Registered teachers in Tasmainia must ensure they contine to participate in professional learning to build knowledge, skill and competence. Our professional development can contribute to those hours.


Teachers who continue to be eligble for registration and have complied with any conditions imposed on their registration will be granted registration renewal. Profssional Development requirements include 100 hours minimum of a broad range of professional development activities across the Australian Professional Standards for Teachers. The Remote Teacher courses can be counted towards that broad range of professional development.

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