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Teacher accreditation in NSW independent schools takes a number of different forms depending on the type of industrial agreement in place and a range of other factors. In all instances, new teachers (those who commenced after October 2004 or are returning after an absence of 5 years or more) must be registered with NESA. Teachers can be recognised and, where relevant, remunerated by gaining accreditation through NESA and/or the Independent Schools Teacher Accreditation Authority.

Experienced Teacher Standards-based Assessor Resources
Assessor resources for the Experienced Teacher Standards-based Assessment Panel on 25-27 September 2017.
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2017 Experienced Teacher assessment panels
Applications are now open for teachers who would like to be considered for the 2017 Experienced Teacher assessment panels.
Experienced Teacher Pathways
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Teacher Accreditation Pathways

Please refer to the posters and brochures below for a more detailed explanation of each accreditation pathway.

2017 Posters and Brochures
2018 Posters and Brochures
General Accreditation Information
ISTAA Team Members
Estelle Lewis
Division Head: Teacher Accreditation
Glenda Chidrawi
Susan Byers
Cathryn Moore
Tania Gibbons
Personal Assistant