Although the College supported the general principles of this bill to improve access to professions for those educated outside Canada, many important details were left to be defined by yet undrafted regulations. Also, some provisions conflicted with the College's legal obligations.
If you are applying to become an Ontario certified teacher, you will want to watch this registration tutorial video. Presented by College Registrar and Chief Executive Officer Michael Salvatori, OCT, it contains helpful tips and advice to guide you step-by-step through the process of applying online.
Registration requirements may change without notice.
The guide to use if you are applying as a teacher of academic subjects from Kindergarten to Grade 12.
The guide to use if you are a First Nations, Inuit or Métis applicant without a university degree applying to teach the Primary-Junior grades.
The guide to use if you are applying as a teacher of a native language.
The guide to use if you are applying as a teacher of technological subjects.
Brochure that explains the College's jurisdiction and the different methods the College uses to resolve complaints made against teachers.
The Council of the Ontario College of Teachers approved this advisory to assist members in their daily efforts to provide students a safe, inclusive and accepting school climate that helps all students reach their full potential.
Six Nations artist Elizabeth Doxtater worked in dialogue with members from Six Nations communities and in friendship with the Ontario College of Teachers to develop this resource in a way that inspires the ethical pursuit of Indigenous educational wellness.
Protect and preserve your professional status as an Ontario Certified Teacher through College membership.
A workbook for teachers to use on their own.