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.
If you already have a member account, please log in.
Creating an account with the College allows you to access various services. You can update personal information, print your tax receipt and pay your fee. You can also view your payment history.
Are you moving or getting married? Make sure you keep your personal information current. You can change your name or change your address, email address and phone number online. You can also change your password.
Enjoy a wide variety of discounts on products and services through the OCT MemberPerks program.
Have you lost or accidentally torn your Ontario Certified Teacher’s card? Not to worry, you can order a new one. Find out how to replace your membership card.
Get the OCT Membership App and get access to College services right on your mobile phone.
Teachers embrace learning and take about 40,000 Additional Qualification courses a year. The College’s search tool, Find an AQ, helps you find the course and provider to suit your specific needs or interests.
Check out the schedules and guidelines to learn more about the subjects that appeal to you.
You may search for anyone who has been certified to teach in Ontario's publicly funded schools with our Find a Teacher search tool.
View your teaching certificate and take advantage of various options, like printing or mailing it.
Your certificate may be subject to conditions. See important information on fulfilling your conditions.
Complete this form if you do not plan to teach (full-time, part-time, occasionally or as a substitute) in a publicly-funded school in Ontario.
If you’re curious about where your fee goes, view this pie chart. It breaks down exactly where your annual membership fee goes to support College activities.
The Margaret Wilson Library provides services to all College members – whether you visit us in person in downtown Toronto or live in Northern Ontario and request materials online. We have more than 12,000 education-related resources in English and French. You can access materials, on site or online, free of charge.
Find useful academic research related to Professionally Speaking's popular Professional Practice Research feature in Professional Practice Research.
Looking to pay an Annual Membership Fee, order a copy of your College certificate or make a donation to our scholarship program? You can carry out these transactions, and many others, in the e-Services section.
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.
You can appeal any term, condition or limitation imposed on your certificate when you were certified. Find out more about appealing a registration decision.
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? Learn about the complaints process and the steps to take to submit a complaint.
Questions? Contact the College.