This section has been created for you to maintain and track your College membership information and keep you up to date on issues that affect you as a teacher.
Services you have access to when you sign in:
The Margaret Wilson Library provides services to all College members in the province – whether you’re a walk-in from downtown Toronto or you live in Northern Ontario and order materials by phone or by email. It has more than 9,500 education-related resources in English and French. You can access materials, on site or online, free of charge.
Show your Ontario Certified Teacher (OCT) card and get great discounts on hotels, cars, trips, computers, books, school supplies and even real estate agent fees and sporting events. The list of organizations offering discounts keeps growing. Make sure you have your OCT card with you when claiming a discount.
Get to know your College. Find out how Canada’s only self-regulating body for teachers serves you.
You’re pressed for time but you want to keep current with College news. The members’ e-newsletter, Your College and You, is sent out monthly to members who opt to receive this free e-news service. Each issue provides brief, newsworthy items about the College and issues relevant to the teaching profession.
Looking for a teaching job? Visit Jobs in Education for help with your search.
Is your passion the environment, problem solving, art or creative writing? Check here for upcoming contests that can help to inspire you and your students.
The College supports teaching excellence with numerous resources. Locate information quickly about additional qualification courses with Find an AQ and a teacher’s credentials at Find a Teacher. Transition to Teaching reports, annual reports, professional advisories, education legislation and College forms can also be found here.
The College is responsible for investigating and resolving complaints about professional misconduct, incompetence or incapacity against members. Learn what your rights are and what to do if a complaint is filed against you.
Do you have a concern about a fellow member? Formal complaints to the College must be in writing. You must provide your name, address and telephone number. You must provide the name of the member and specific information about the nature of the allegation.