The QCT must cancel a teacher’s registration or Permission to Teach where
A relevant excluded person means a person who is subject to
A teacher cannot appeal a decision to cancel their registration or Permission to Teach where registration is cancelled for a serious offence conviction.
If a teacher’s registration has been cancelled the QCT can never grant registration or Permission to Teach again, unless
The QCT must immediately notify the teacher of the cancellation as well as the employing authority for, and the principal of, each school at which the teacher is employed.
If the Queensland Civil and Administrative Tribunal (QCAT) finds there is a ground for disciplinary action following a hearing, they may decide to cancel the teacher’s registration or Permission to Teach.
This decision takes effect on the day the notice is given, or as stated in the notice.
The QCT must implement QCAT’s decision.
The teacher or the QCT may appeal to QCAT.
If the teacher’s registration or permission to teach is cancelled by QCAT on disciplinary grounds some details about the cancellation are available on the public Queensland Register of Teachers. These details are