Principal as TAA Fact Sheet
Principal Teacher Accreditation Authority - Proficient Teacher Level
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Principals play a major role in the accreditation process. This includes reviewing evidence documents and reports and making recommendations to their Director, Public Schools NSW about teachers meeting the accreditation requirements at Proficient Teacher level.
The Director, Public Schools NSW is delegated as the Teacher Accreditation Authority (TAA) with responsibility for making accreditation decisions at the Proficient Teacher level.
The Executive Director, Public Schools NSW is delegated as the TAA for Highly Accomplished and Lead levels.
Commencing Semester 2 (13/07/2015) Principals will:
Directors will continue as the TAA at Proficient Teacher level for Principals.
Delegation for making accreditation decisions at Highly Accomplished and Lead levels will remain with the relevant Executive Director at this time.
What support will be available?
- Dubbo/Wagga Wagga
- Macquarie Park