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Issue 11, February 2015
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Robust Registration
In registering teachers, we recognise those who are competent, capable professionals.
Our process to assess the fitness and propriety of teachers includes:
- conduct a national police history check
- obtain information to see if there are any substantiated harm claims from Families SA
- receive information about interstate teaching performance and disciplinary issues
- require an overseas criminal history checks for teachers who have resided overseas for 12 or more months continuously.
Monitoring is on-going. Teachers must self-report any criminal conviction and employers tell us of any dismissals or unprofessional conduct. What is more, allegations do not have to come only from a teacher or a teacher’s employer. We also investigate allegations from the public about the conduct of a registered teacher.
This is why we are satisfied that our registration processes are undertaken efficiently, thoroughly, and in a timely manner.
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CyberSmart Outreach

Designed specifically for teachers, the Australian Communications and Media Authority offer a free online cyber safety program called Connect.ed. The program is self-paced; online training that offers teachers the knowledge, confidence and resources to help students stay safe online. 


It covers cyberbullying, sexting, excessive internet use, mobile use, e-security and managing your digital reputation and digital profiling. This resource is offered in four modules and a certificate will be provided on completion. Find out more...


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