The Teacher Registration Board of Western Australia (TRBWA) is required to cancel a teacher's registration if the teacher is no longer entitled to be registered. A teacher is not entitled to be registered if:
- they are convicted or found guilty of a sexual offence involving a child, including child pornography
- issued with a negative notice or an interim negative notice under the Working with Children (Criminal Record Checking) Act 2004
- they don't provide written consent to a criminal record check sought by the TRBWA
- a qualification relied on for registration is withdrawn or cancelled
- a qualification relied on for registration was forged or fraudulently obtained
- a teacher is in arrears in respect of fees due and payable under the Teacher Registration Act 2012
- the State Administrative Tribunal orders the cancellation of a teacher's registration.
In certain circumstances, the person may apply to the State Administrative Tribunal for a review of the decision to cancel their registration.
The TRBWA is required to cancel a teacher's registration at the written request of the teacher.
If a teacher's registration is cancelled, their name is removed from the Register of Teachers and they are no longer entitled to teach.
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