Ontario College of Teachers 2011 Registration Guide Requirements for Becoming a General Education Teacher in Ontario Including multi-session programs Requirements for Becoming a General Education Teacher in Ontario 2011 Registration Guide General education includes the Primary (kindergarten to Grade 3) and Junior (Grades 4–6) divisions and academic subject areas in the Intermediate (Grades 7–10) and Senior (Grades 11–12) divisions. Academic subjects • business studies – • business studies – • Anglais accounting entrepreneurship • business studies – infor- • business studies – general mation and communication • classical studies – Greek technology • classical studies – latin • computer studies • dance • dramatic arts • economics • English • environmental science • family studies • Français • French as a Second • geography • health and physical education Language • history • international languages • law • mathematics • music – instrumental • music – vocal • Native languages • Native studies • philosophy • politics • religious education • science – biology • science – chemistry • science – general • science – physics • social sciences – general • visual arts This guide contains the current requirements for certification. Requirements may change without notice. R e q u i R e m e n t s f o R B e c o m i n g a g e n e R a l e d u c at i o n t e a c h e R i n o n ta R i o — 2011 i 2011 Registration Guide for Teachers of General Education To teach in Ontario’s publicly funded elementary and secondary schools, you must be a member in good standing of the Ontario College of Teachers. The College is the self- regulatory body for Ontario’s teaching profession. It is our responsibility to ensure that everyone who is licensed to teach in this province is qualified. ii o n ta R i o c o l l e g e o f t e a c h e R s S u m m a Ry O f d O C u m E n T S you must submit Copy of proof of identity .............................................................................................................. 5 Original Canadian criminal record check report ....................................................................... 6 If applicable, you must also submit Copy of proof of change of name ................................................................................................. 6 Explanation for positive criminal record check ......................................................................... 6 Copy of teaching certificate .......................................................................................................... 6 you must ask institutions to send Transcript of teacher education program ................................................................................... 7 If applicable, you must also ask institutions to send Letter to verify transcript of teacher education program ......................................................... 7 Transcript of postsecondary studies ............................................................................................ 8 Letter to verify transcript of postsecondary degree .................................................................. 8 Proof of proficiency in english or french .................................................................................... 8 Statement of professional standing ........................................................................................... 10 Letter to verify teaching experience for practicum ................................................................. 10 f O R yO u R R E f E R E n C E Requirements ................................................................................................................................. 2 Translation of any document not in English or French ............................................................ 5 Fees ................................................................................................................................................ 11 Applicant’s Declaration .............................................................................................................. 12 R EQu I R E m E nTS • 20 per cent in any other area of education • a minimum of 40 days of practice teaching This section outlines requirements for certifica- supervised by the program provider. tion as a General Education teacher. Information on the proof needed to satisfy these requirements If your program did not have the 40 days of prac- follows on pages 4 to 10. tice teaching, the College will accept evidence of at least one year of teaching experience after you Education were certified. To teach general education you need a If you are certified in another Canadian jurisdic- postsecondary degree. You also need to have com- tion, your teacher education program will meet pleted a teacher education program that is the College requirement. accredited by the College or an equivalent program that is acceptable to the College. The program should prepare you to teach grades in two consecutive divisions: Postsecondary degree Your degree (for example, a BA or BSc) must • Primary/Junior divisions (kindergarten to include the equivalent of at least three years Grade 6) of full-time study (in addition to the teacher edu- • Junior/Intermediate divisions (Grades 4 cation year) beyond the Ontario secondary school to 10) diploma (Grade 12) or its equivalent. Your degree • Intermediate/Senior divisions (Grades 7 must come from an accredited postsecondary to 12). institution acceptable to the College. Any training that prepares you to teach in the If you are certified in another Canadian Intermediate or Senior division must include jurisdiction, your postsecondary degree will methodologies for one or more teaching subjects meet the College requirement. (list on page i) at those levels. Teacher education program The College will give you credit for a portion of a teacher education program done via distance Your program needs to include one year of education if it included a face-to-face practicum full-time postsecondary study in education – or if you had one year of teaching experience a minimum of 30 credits – or the equivalent. An after you were certified. You will still have to acceptable teacher education program includes satisfy requirements for the methodology practice teaching and courses in education courses in a face-to-face environment. foundations and teaching methods. The College will also consider programs that combine academic and teacher education courses equivalent to at least four years of full-time study beyond the equivalent of the Ontario secondary school diploma. Your teacher education program must be academic, not employment-based, and include at least: • 40 per cent of one year focused on teaching methods – how to teach students in particular grades or subjects • 20 per cent of one year focused on education foundations – the history, philosophy and psychology of education 2 o n ta R i o c o l l e g e o f t e a c h e R s If you are in a multi-session program in Ontario or another Canadian jurisdiction At the end of the first session of your multi-session teacher education program, you may apply to the College for a Transitional Certificate of Qualification and Registration, which allows you to teach for up to six years. You must complete your program within six years. You must also maintain your good standing with the College during this time by paying your annual membership fee. The first session of your program must have 12 postsecondary credits or their equivalent. Of these, nine credits must be in education methods and three in education foundations, or six credits in methodology and six in foundations. This leads to a Transitional Certificate of Qualification and Registration. When you have completed the rest of the pro- gram, and the College receives confirmation to this effect, you are eligible for a Certificate of Qualification and Registration, which is your permanent licence to teach in Ontario. If you were enrolled in a College- accredited, multi-session program prior to may 2011, you will have met the first ses- sion requirements and are eligible to apply for a Transitional Certificate of Qualification and Registration. R e q u i R e m e n t s f o R B e c o m i n g a g e n e R a l e d u c at i o n t e a c h e R i n o n ta R i o — 2011 3 Language proficiency France Monaco French Guyana Senegal You must be able to communicate effectively in Guadeloupe Seychelles English or French. Questions? You meet the College’s requirements if: contact the college: client services at firstname.lastname@example.org, 416-961-8800 or toll-free in ontario • you completed your teacher education at 1-888-534-2222. program in a country on the list below and the program is acceptable to the College Certification in another jurisdiction, • you completed your teacher education if applicable program in a country not on the list below If you completed your teacher education outside but you are certified in another Canadian Ontario, you must have been certified (autho- jurisdiction and at the time of certification rized) to teach in that jurisdiction, even if you you were assessed for language proficiency never taught there. and met that jurisdiction’s requirements. Educated outside Ontario? You will need to provide proof of language Licensed in another jurisdiction? proficiency if: check www.oct.ca g internationally educated teachers g country-specific • you completed your teacher education info for helpful information. program in a country not on the list below • you completed your teacher education dOCu m E nTS program in a country not on the list below and you are certified in another Canadian When you apply to the College for certification, jurisdiction, which did not require proof of you will need to provide supporting documents. language proficiency at the time of your certification. Some documents you must submit to the College yourself, like proof of identity or a criminal record English check. Anguilla Montserrat Antigua and Barbuda New Zealand Other documents, like transcripts or verification Australia Nigeria Bahamas Republic of Ireland letters, must come directly from the institution to Barbados Saint Kitts-Nevis the College. Belize St. Lucia Benin St. Vincent If you are certified in another Canadian juris- Bermuda Seychelles diction, and you are unable to provide original Botswana Sierra Leone transcripts, the College will accept a certified true British Virgin Islands Trinidad and Tobago Cameroon Turks and Caicos Islands copy from your provincial or territorial ministry Canada Uganda of education or college of teachers. Cayman Islands United Kingdom Dominica United States Any certified copy submitted must be a copy of Ghana US Virgin Islands an original document sent directly from a granting Grenada Zambia Guyana Zimbabwe institution to the provincial or territorial ministry Jamaica of education or college of teachers. French Any document, whether a birth certificate or Benin Guinea transcript, that is not in English or French must be Canada Haiti translated according to the College requirements Cameroon Ivory Coast outlined below. Congo – Dem Republic Luxembourg Congo – Republic Mali 4 o n ta R i o c o l l e g e o f t e a c h e R s The College cannot waive requirements for any We also accept translations from: documents. The College may ask for more infor- mation about a document or for more documents. • the consulate, high commission or embassy to Canada of the country that issued the Translation requirements for any documents; this information is available at document not in English or french www.international.gc.ca g About the Department g Office of Protocol g Foreign You must arrange for a translator acceptable to the Representatives in Canada College to translate any document not in • a Canadian embassy, consulate, or high com- English or French. mission in the country from which the docu- ment comes; this information is available at For documents you submit yourself, such as a www.international.gc.ca g Canadian Offices birth certificate, include the original translation Abroad with a copy of the certificate. • a translator who has received accreditation through a federal, provincial or municipal When the College receives an acceptable government in Canada document in another language from the granting • COSTI translation services, if no other institution, we will send you a copy. You must certified translator is available; COSTI-IIAS arrange for the translation. When you send us Immigrant Services at 416-658-1600, the original translation, include a copy of the email@example.com or www.costi.org foreign-language document. • a translator certified by a professional association of translators in Canada, a list of All translations must be accompanied by an which is available on the web site of the original statement from the translator indicating: Canadian Translators, Terminologists and Interpreters Council at www.cttic.org. • the translation is accurate and authentic • the translator belongs to one of the acceptable Keep copies of what you submit as the categories (see “Acceptable translators”) College does not return documents. • the identification number and/or seal, name, address and telephone number of translator Questions? • printed name and original signature of the contact the college: client services at translator. firstname.lastname@example.org, 416-961-8800 or toll-free in ontario at 1-888-534-2222. acceptable translators documents you must submit To obtain the name of an accredited translator, contact the Association of Translators and Inter- Proof of identity preters of Ontario (ATIO) at 1-800-234-5030 or The College requires proof of your identity, a 613-241-2846 (e-mail: email@example.com; web site: copy of an official document that shows your: www.atio.on.ca) • first, middle and last names at birth Please confirm with ATIO that the translator is • date and place of birth. certified to translate into English or French from the language of the document. Translations Submit a copy of one of the following documents. completed by ATIO candidates for certification Or submit copies of more than one if needed to are not acceptable. show all the information: • birth certificate • passport • certificate of baptism if born in Québec or in Newfoundland or Labrador before January 1994 R e q u i R e m e n t s f o R B e c o m i n g a g e n e R a l e d u c at i o n t e a c h e R i n o n ta R i o — 2011 5 • Permanent Resident Card (front and back) Teaching certificates from other • Canadian immigration record and visa jurisdictions, if applicable (front and back) If you completed a teacher education program • Record of Landing (front and back). outside Ontario or were licensed in another juris- diction, you must submit a copy of your teaching These are not acceptable as proof of identity: certificate, principal’s certificate, or other docu- driver’s licence, Ontario health card, Canadian ment that confirms you were authorized to teach. citizenship card. This applies even if you did not teach there. All documents not in English or French must be If you were authorized to teach in more than translated. See “Acceptable translators.” one jurisdiction, you must provide copies of the authorizations issued by each jurisdiction. Proof of name change, if applicable If you married and changed your name, send a The College knows many countries do not issue copy of your marriage certificate. these certificates. Many applicants can meet this requirement by sending a copy of their teacher If you changed your name legally, send a copy of education degree or diploma scroll to the College. the change of name certificate or the court order For more information, see www.oct.ca g Inter- that changed your name. nationally Educated Teachers g Country-specific Info or contact Client Services at the College Canadian criminal record check (416-961-8800 or toll-free in Ontario 1-888-534-2222) for more information. You must submit an original, signed, Canadian criminal record check report. Keep copies of what you submit as the College does not return documents. The report must not be older than six months from the date the College receives it. The report documents an institution must must include your current and past full names. submit for you These will have to match your proof-of-identity documents. Some documents must be submitted by institu- tions directly to the College on your behalf. The The report must indicate that a search was done College cannot accept these documents from you on all the names using the Canadian Police Infor- even if they are in a sealed envelope. mation Centre (CPIC) database. If you are certified in another Canadian jurisdic- You can obtain a criminal record check report tion, please see “Teaching certificates from other from a local, regional or national police service. jurisdictions, if applicable.” If there is something on your criminal record, If the documents are not in English or French, ask include a letter that explains in detail the dates, the institution to include an English or French circumstances and outcome of the events. covering letter that includes your full name as it appears on your College application and your Having a criminal record does not mean you are College application number. When we receive automatically ineligible for certification. The the document, we will send a copy to you so that College assesses each report individually. you can arrange for translation. See “Translation requirements” on page 5. Having a positive declaration and/or information obtained from a criminal record check will delay If you have difficulty obtaining a document, you processing of your application. may be able to submit an alternative. Check the College web site at www.oct.ca g Internationally Check the date on your criminal record check. Educated Teachers g Required Documents g The College must receive it within six months. alternative documents. 6 o n ta R i o c o l l e g e o f t e a c h e R s Transcripts • have the institution’s seal • show the date the credits were completed If you completed your education in Ontario, you and the hours/credits for each course may be able to order transcripts from the Ontario • be signed by the registrar or equivalent Universities’ Application Centre (OUAC) by click- official. ing on the OUAC Transcripts link in your online College application. If you have completed your teacher education program: Or check with the registrar’s office at the institution where you completed your education to find out You must arrange to have your teacher education how to order your transcript. transcript sent to the College. Contact the institu- tion where you completed the program and ask Transcripts issued to students and submitted to them to send a transcript to the College. the College in a sealed, unopened envelope are not acceptable and will not be returned. You may The transcript showing that your teacher educa- find it useful to review the information the College tion degree or credential has been granted (con- has gathered about academic documents from the ferred or awarded) must: country where you completed your education. For more information, see www.oct.ca g Internationally • have the institution’s seal Educated Teachers g Country-specific Info. • show the name of the degree or credential • show the credits/hours completed in each In addition to your transcript, the College may ask course you for a copy of the degree, diploma or • show the date it was granted certificate you received. • be signed by the registrar or equivalent official. The College recognizes that some jurisdictions issue Transcripts and verification letters must come transcripts once only. If this is your case, bring your directly from the institution to the College. The original academic record and diploma or degree College cannot accept them from you, even in an document to the College in person or send it to us unopened, sealed envelope. by mail for verification. We will return your original documents. Verification letter for teacher education program, if needed The College cannot waive the requirement for any document. The information listed on an academic transcript can vary, depending on the jurisdiction. In some Keep copies of what you submit as the College cases the College will need, in addition to the does not return documents. transcript, a letter from the institution that shows you have completed all the components of an ac- Teacher education program transcript ceptable teacher education program. If you have completed the first session of a multi- The College needs this information on the tran- session program in Ontario or another Canadian script or in the letter: jurisdiction: • the dates you attended and completed the You must arrange to have your partial teacher program education transcript sent to the College. Contact • the name of the credential or degree granted the institution where you completed your first and the date it was granted session of a multi-session program and ask them • the hours of study you completed for each to send a transcript to the College. course according to each term or year of study • if your program focused on the secondary The transcript must show you have completed 12 school level, the specific subjects for which postsecondary credits – or their equivalent – and you completed course work must: R e q u i R e m e n t s f o R B e c o m i n g a g e n e R a l e d u c at i o n t e a c h e R i n o n ta R i o — 2011 7 • if the entire program was in English or Verification letter for postsecondary degree, French, verification of the language of if needed instruction If the following information is not included on • the specific subjects for which you completed your transcript, ask the institution to also send courses in teaching methods the College a letter with the institution’s seal and • method of delivery for all your courses (for the signature of the registrar or equivalent official example, in-class, distance or employment- verifying: based) • the number of hours, days or weeks, grade levels • the hours of study you completed for each and subjects you taught in the supervised course according to each term or year of study practicum. • the name of the degree or credential you were granted This letter must have the institution’s seal and the • the date your degree was granted. signature of the registrar or equivalent official. Proof of language proficiency, If your teacher education program was outside if applicable Canada or the US, sending a copy of your course descriptions can be helpful. If you meet the College language proficiency requirement as described on page 4 (first two All documents not in English or French must be bullet points) you do not need to provide translated. See “Acceptable translators.” additional documents. Transcripts and verification letters must come If you must provide proof of proficiency in directly from the institution to the College. The English or French, you may do so in one of these College cannot accept them from you, even in an four ways: unopened, sealed envelope. 1. If you completed your teacher education Postsecondary studies transcript, program entirely in English or French, ask the if applicable head of the institution you attended to send a Order your transcript from OUAC if you com- letter to the College. The letter needs to pleted your postsecondary studies in Ontario, or confirm that the language of instruction for contact the institution where you completed your the entire program was either English or postsecondary education and ask them to send French when you attended. an academic transcript to the College. If some of your credits came from a different institution, you If the College’s evaluation of your teacher may have to get a transcript from that institution education program finds it unacceptable, you as well. will have to use option 2, 3 or 4 to prove your proficiency in English or French. The transcript showing that your postsecondary degree has been granted (conferred or awarded) 2. If you completed your primary and must: postsecondary education or your secondary and postsecondary education in English, ask • have the institution’s seal each institution to send a letter to the College • show the name of the degree or credential confirming that the language of instruction for • show the date it was granted the entire program was English when you • be signed by the registrar or equivalent attended. official. 8 o n ta R i o c o l l e g e o f t e a c h e R s 3. If you completed your primary and For more information on specific tests, costs and postsecondary education or your secondary locations in Ontario and internationally, contact: and postsecondary education in French, ask each institution to send a letter to the College IELTS Test Centre Canada confirming that the language of instruction for Conestoga College of Applied Arts and Technology the entire program was French when you IELTS Administrator attended. 299 Doon Valley Drive Kitchener ON N2G 4M4 4. Complete one of the acceptable language 519-748-3516; Fax: 519-748-3505 proficiency tests and ask the testing agency to firstname.lastname@example.org send your results to the College. The College www.conestogac.on.ca/ielts cannot accept test results older than two years. IELTS International You meet the College requirement if you Includes information on testing done overseas. completed your teacher education program in a The University of Cambridge’s local examination country not on the list on page 4 but you are is not acceptable. certified in another Canadian jurisdiction, and IELTS Subject Officer at the time of certification you were assessed Cambridge International Examinations for language proficiency and met that 1 Hills Road, Cambridge CB1 2EU jurisdiction’s requirements. United Kingdom 1223 553558; Fax: 1223 553554 Proof of language proficiency must come directly email@example.com from the institution to the College. The College www.ielts.org cannot accept proof from you, even in an unopened, sealed envelope. TOEFL iBT Includes information on testing done overseas. The College cannot waive the requirement for PO Box 6151, Princeton, NJ 08541 USA any document. 609-771-7100 Fax: 610-290-8972 TTY: 609-771-7714 Acceptable language tests firstname.lastname@example.org www.toefl.org The College accepts results only from these tests. The Ontario College of Teachers institution code for TOEFL is 9041. International English Language Testing System (IELTS) (academic test only) TESTCan (French) On a single test, you must have an overall score of Second Language Institute/Institut des at least 7 on the IELTS (academic test only), with langues secondes scores of at least 6.5 in reading and listening and 7 University of Ottawa in writing and speaking. 600 King Edward Avenue, Ottawa ON K1N 6N5 613-562-5743; Fax: 613-562-5126 Test of English as a Foreign Language email@example.com Internet-based Test (TOEFL iBT) www.uottawa.ca/academic/arts/ils/ On a single test, you must have an overall score of 103 with scores of at least 23 in listening, 24 in Questions? reading, 28 in writing and 28 in speaking. contact the college: client services at firstname.lastname@example.org, 416-961-8800 or toll-free in ontario Test pour étudiants et stagiaires au Canada at 1-888-534-2222. (TESTCan) You must have a minimum score of 5 in each of writing, reading and listening, and 4.5 in speaking. Contact TestCan for information on combining scores from separate tests. R e q u i R e m e n t s f o R B e c o m i n g a g e n e R a l e d u c at i o n t e a c h e R i n o n ta R i o — 2011 9 Statement of Professional Standing, if applicable The College requires a Statement of Professional Standing from each jurisdiction outside Ontario where you have been authorized to teach or be a principal. This statement provides the College with a reference for your past professional practice. The statement must not be older than one year from the date the College receives it. The licensing authority (most likely an education ministry) must send it directly to the College. The statement must verify that your certificate has never been suspend- ed, cancelled or revoked. This applies even if you never taught in that jurisdiction. Documents that an institution must send on your behalf, like a Statement of Professional Stand- ing, must come directly from the institution to the College. The College cannot accept them from you, even in an unopened, sealed envelope. Practice teaching verification, if applicable If you completed a teacher education program outside Canada, and you did not complete at least 40 days (200 hours) of practice teaching as part of your teacher education program, but you have completed at least one year of teaching experi- ence, ask an education authority, such as a prin- cipal, to send a letter directly to the College. This teaching experience must have occurred after you were certified. This official letter needs to verify that you taught for at least one year in a public elementary or secondary school. It must also list the dates of your employment and the grade levels and subjects you taught. All documents not in English or French must be translated. See “Acceptable translators.” Educated outside Ontario? Licensed in another jurisdiction? check www.oct.ca g internationally educated teachers g country-specific info for helpful information. 10 o n ta R i o c o l l e g e o f t e a c h e R s fE E S The registration fee is $140. The annual membership fee is $120. The fees include taxes. If you completed or are enrolled in a teacher education program in Ontario, submit both fees (total of $260) when you apply. If you are certified in a Canadian province or territory other than Ontario, submit the $140 registration fee. We will ask for the membership fee after you are certified in Ontario. If you completed a teacher education program outside Ontario and are not certified elsewhere in Canada, there is an evaluation fee of $222. The College does not ask for the membership fee until we have evaluated your application and you have met all certification requirements. When you apply, submit the registration fee and the evaluation fee (total of $362). You may pay fees by mail or in person. If you submit your application and are unable to complete your registration, the College will not refund fees. Summary of fees Educated in Certified elsewhere Certified outside Ontario in Canada Canada Registration $140 $140 $140 membership $120 later later evaluation – – $222 due at application $260 $140 $362 You may mail in your payment with your application by: • including a cheque or money order made out to the Ontario College of Teachers (postdated cheques are not acceptable) • using a VISA, MasterCard or AMEX; include the cardholder’s name, number and expiry date on your registration form; do not mail cash. You may pay at the College walk-in counter from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday to Friday, using any form of payment, including cash (Canadian funds only), cheque or debit card. R e q u i R e m e n t s f o R B e c o m i n g a g e n e R a l e d u c at i o n t e a c h e R i n o n ta R i o — 2011 11 2011 applicant’s declaRation Before you submit your application online, you will be asked to complete this Applicant’s Declaration. You will be asked to answer Yes or No to every question. For every Yes answer, you will have to write – in a text box below the answer – a complete explanation that includes the full identification of the registration/licensing authority/teacher education program/organization concerned. 1. Have you ever applied anywhere for authorization and/or certification to teach and had your application denied? 2. Has your authorization and/or certification to teach ever been suspended or cancelled in another jurisdiction? 3. Have you ever – for any reason other than to avoid paying renewal fees – voluntarily surrendered your authorization and/or certification to teach? 4. Have you ever, in advance of an investigation or disciplinary proceeding, either voluntarily or involuntarily restricted your teaching practice? 5. Have you ever been found guilty of professional misconduct or been found to be incompetent or incapacitated in relation to the teaching profession? 6. Has there ever been, or is there now, an investigation or proceeding in respect of your professional conduct, competence or capacity in relation to the teaching profession, including in your teacher education program? 7. Have any terms, conditions or limitations ever been placed on your authorization and/or certification to teach in any other jurisdiction? 8. Have you ever been asked by a teacher education program provider to withdraw from a teacher education program? 9. Have you ever been personally prevented from carrying on your occupation as a teacher as a result of any criminal, civil or disciplinary proceeding in any jurisdiction? 10. Have you ever agreed to a settlement or a resignation to avoid any proceeding or disciplinary action with respect to your professional conduct, competence or capacity, in relation to either a teaching position or your professional certification? 11. Have you ever been terminated or had restrictions imposed on your employment as a teacher by an employing school district, education authority or other organization in respect of your conduct, competence or capacity? 12. Have you ever been subject to an investigation or proceeding relating to working with children or students in capacities other than teaching? 13. Have you ever been found guilty of professional misconduct or been found to be incompetent or incapacitated in relation to another profession? 14. Has there ever been, or is there now, an investigation or proceeding in respect of your professional conduct, competence or capacity in relation to another profession? 12 o n ta R i o c o l l e g e o f t e a c h e R s 2011 Criminal Record declaration Please answer Yes or No. For every Yes answer, you will have to write a complete, legible explanation of the offence that includes the full identification of the police/court authority concerned. 1. Have you ever been found guilty of a criminal offence? 2. Have you ever been found guilty of any offence relevant to your suitability to practise the profession? 3. Are there any criminal charges pending against you? I dECLaRE ThaT all information given on this registration form is true, correct and complete to the best of my knowledge. i understand that no assessment can be made until the college receives all required documents and that additional information may be required. i authorize the college to contact the educational institutions i attended and to receive any and all information from those institutions, teacher registration/licensing bodies and police services that relate to my application for registration in ontario. i understand that this information may be used by the college to determine if i will be registered or if any terms, conditions or limitations are required on my certificate. i understand that any information on the college’s public register about my teaching qualifications and status with the college will be accessible by the public. R e q u i R e m e n t s f o R B e c o m i n g a g e n e R a l e d u c at i o n t e a c h e R i n o n ta R i o — 2011 13 Ontario College of Teachers Client Services 101 Bloor street West 416-961-8800 toronto on m5s 0a1 toll-free in ontario 1-888-534-2222 www.oct.ca email@example.com ce document est également disponible en français sous le titre Exigences à satisfaire pour devenir enseignante ou enseignant d’études générales en Ontario.
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