If a teacher has Proficient, Highly Accomplished or Lead Accreditation, they will be paid within Band 2 at the appropriate increment based on salary matching (refer to 4.4) or relevant teaching experience (refer to 4.3), whichever is greater. Commencing an accreditation submission for the higher career stages does not change requirements for maintaining accreditation at Proficient Teacher. 1.4.3 Proficient Teacher Accreditation Once teachers have achieved Provisional or Conditional Accreditation, they must work towards mandatory Proficient Teacher level. At Proficient level the TAA is the school principal. Teacher Accreditation means a teacher has met the Australian Professional Standards for Teachers at one of the four career stages – Graduate, Proficient, Highly Accomplished and Lead. Achieving this level supports teachers who are new to the classroom or returning after being away for 5 years or more. • Accreditation at Proficient Teacher Procedures (PDF 528.34 KB) • Maintenance of Teacher Accreditation at Proficient, Highly Accomplished and Lead Procedures (PDF 282.74 KB) 6.4 Related documents • Australian Professional Standards for Teachers (NESA) • Beginning Teacher … DoE Accreditation at Proficient Teacher Procedure (2018), Section 6, page 9. accreditation at Proficient Teacher of teachers approved ... Department), and the process for maintenance of that accreditation. The DEC’s accreditation at Proficient Teacher Procedures (October 2014) states in part: “The teacher, with the assistance of the supervisor, reviews the collected evidence over time and towards the end of the accreditation period selects the supporting evidence which best demonstrates their teaching at the level of Proficient Teacher. 101 The Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation (caep) and local, state, and federal governments should require that teacher preparation programs have strong affir-mative, empirical evidence of the positive impact of their graduates on preK–12 student learning. By working towards Proficient Teacher level, teachers get the At Highly Accomplished and Lead levels the TAA is the Director, Public Schools NSW. The Teacher Accreditation Authority (the TAA) makes accreditation decisions about whether teachers have achieved and maintained the standards. 2 States should work with teacher preparation program Teachers seeking accreditation at this voluntary stage have a maximum of 3 years to gain their accreditation. In January 2014 the NSW Institute of Teachers merged that teachers complete one maintenance of accreditation phase at Proficient Teacher prior to finalising an accreditation submission for the higher career stages. These procedures are to be read and applied in conjunction with the mandatory Accreditation of Teachers in NSW Government Schools Policy. accreditation at Proficient Teacher of teachers approved to ... Department of Education and Communities, and the process for maintenance of that accreditation. The procedure will also refer to detail in the NSW Education Standards Authority (NESA) Proficient Teacher Accreditation Policy (2018) in particular reference to the responsibilities of teachers and principals, the supervisor’s observation and collected evidence to fulfil the requirement s of achieving Proficient Teacher. NESA Proficient Teacher Accreditation Policy (2018), Section 5, page 9. These procedures are to be read and applied in conjunction with the mandatory Accreditation of Teachers …