1 > Does EduTECH count towards PD/professional learning activities that are required as part of maintaining my professional registration as a teacher?
YES, attendance at EduTECH counts towards PD/professional learning activities which you can record with your relevant state teacher registration board.

2 > How many PD hours does EduTECH count for?
Depending on the number of sessions attended, delegates can get up to 13 hours for the two conference days, whilst attendees who choose to attend one of our pre-event masterclasses can get an additional 6.5 hours for attending the masterclass.

3 > Where do I record my PD activities and hours?
PD hours must be logged online with your relevant state teacher registration board.
To find out more about how to keep records of your professional learning activities as well as what the PD requirements are in your state, please contact your relevant state teacher registration board below:


State Relevant Board Website

Victorian Institute of Teaching (VIT)
QLD Queensland College of Teachers (QCT)
*NSW NSW Education Standards Authority
previously Board of Studies, Teaching and Educational Standards (BOSTES)
ACT ACT Teacher Quality Institute (TQI)
NT Teacher Registration Board of the Northern Territory (TRB)
WA Teacher Registration Board of Western Australia (TRBWA)
TAS Teachers Registration Board of Tasmania (TRB)
SA Teachers Registration Board of South Australia

* For teachers in NSW, Association and Communications Events is endorsed to provide QTC Registered Professional Development for teachers accredited at Proficient Teacher.

4 > Do I get a certificate of attendance?
YES. Upon registration, EduTECH delegates may request a certificate of attendance which can be used as proof of professional learning. The organisers will validate their attendance post event and a certificate showing the number of hours attended will be sent accordingly.
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