Professional Development

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Does the National Future Work Summit count towards PD/professional learning activities that are required as part of renewing my registration as a teacher?

YES, attendance at the National Future Work Summit counts towards PD/professional learning activities which you can record with your relevant state teacher registration board. 


How many PD hours does the National Future Work count for? 

Teachers can get up to 8 hours of PD for attending the summit. Dependent on whether the teacher has attended all sessions. 


Is the summit referenced against the Australian Professional Standards for Teachers (APST)?

YES, we have created the agenda with the APST in mind. Teachers will find that we will cover all three of the domains of the APST during the summit. Please keep in mind that it is the teacher’s responsibility to reference and justify the APST when recording their PD activities.



Do I get a certificate of attendance? 

YES. You may request a certificate of attendance which can be used as proof of professional learning. Please contact to put through your request.



Will the Future Work Summit be an effective PD activity?

YES. Technology and Innovation is rapidly changing the way we work. The summit will assist in addressing and adapting to the challenges that you’re about to face in improving student learning, engagement and wellbeing. It will challenge your assumptions with views from leaders in Corporate, Government and Education. The summit will also connect teachers to their colleagues within and across schools and to external experts. In addition, the event will equip you with current and future best practice and assist you with your professional development


Where do I find more information about PD? 

To find out more about professional learning activities as well as what the PD requirements are in your state, please contact your relevant state teacher registration board below:



Relevant Board



Victorian Institute of Teaching (VIT)


Queensland College of Teachers (QCT)


NSW Education Standards Authority
previously Board of Studies, Teaching and Educational Standards (BOSTES)


ACT Teacher Quality Institute (TQI)


Teacher Registration Board of the Northern Territory (TRB)


Teacher Registration Board of Western Australia (TRBWA)


Teachers Registration Board of Tasmania (TRB)


Teachers Registration Board of South Australia

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