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
- Program accreditation requirements
- Transition to the revised standards
- Sharing final year student data
- Initial Teacher Education Committee
- Accredited teaching programs
- GTIL ITE reports
- Information sharing protocols
- Providing professional development
Providing high quality Professional Development for teachers
High quality professional development (PD) helps teachers to continuously improve and maintain their teaching practice and develop their careers. The New South Wales Education Standards Authority (NESA) coordinates a process of endorsing PD providers. Once endorsed, providers can deliver NESA Registered PD that contributes to mandatory requirements for maintaining teacher accreditation.
Information for PD Providers
NESA has introduced new streamlined criteria and processes for the endorsement of high quality professional development for teachers.
These changes are in keeping with the recommendations of the Board of Studies, Teaching and Educational Standards (BOSTES) Review.
Interested PD providers can apply to NESA to become an endorsed provider. As a provider, once you have completed a rigorous assessment and approval process, you can register course(s) using the online account tool where teachers and schools can search for NESA Registered PD. Completing a minimum amount of NESA Registered PD is a requirement for maintaining teacher accreditation at the three career stages.
New PD Providers
On the New PD Providers page, find information for organisations seeking endorsement or seeking to broaden their scope of endorsement, including:
- how to select the right endorsement category;
- how to match the course to an accreditation level;
- how to prepare and submit an application; and
- the approval process.
Endorsed PD Providers
On the Endorsed PD Providers page, find information for PD Providers who are endorsed by NESA on:
- recording attendance;
- obligations as an endorsed provider; and
- promotional guidelines for NESA Registered courses.
The process for becoming an endorsed PD provider is different for Government, Catholic or Independent schools. The School providers page provides further information.
Email the Professional Learning Team at email@example.com or call us on 1300 739 338 (within Australia).