About the Board
The Teacher Registration Board of Western Australia (TRBWA) was established by the Teacher Registration Act 2012 (Act). The TRBWA came into operation on 7 December 2012 to replace the Western Australian College of Teaching.
Functions of the Board
The TRBWA's role is determined by the Act. Its primary functions are to:
- register and re-register those persons who meet all legal requirements to be teachers in Western Australia
- take action against those who teach without being registered, employers who employ unregistered teachers, and registered teachers who are no longer entitled to be registered
- administer the disciplinary and impairment review processes
- accredit initial teacher education programs (ITEPs) delivered by Western Australian institutions.
In performing its functions the Board is required to:
To access the current TRBWA Strategic Plan, please click here.
Further information about the Board
In this section, you can also find information about: