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Contents
Chapter 1 Preliminary
	1 Short title
	2 Commencement
	3 Main objects of Act
	4 Act binds all persons
	5 Mutual recognition legislation not affected
	6 Dictionary
	7 Meaning of harm
Chapter 2 Registration and permission to teach
Part 1 Eligibility requirements
	8 Eligibility for full registration
	9 Eligibility for provisional registration
	10 Eligibility for permission to teach
	11 Suitability to teach—police information
	12 Suitability to teach—other considerations
	12A Suitability to work in child-related field—interstate information
Part 1A Eligibility declarations
	12B Purpose of pt 1A
	12C Application of part 1A
	12D Definitions for pt 1A
	12E Application for eligibility declaration
	12F Decision on eligibility application
	12G Grant or refusal to grant eligibility application
	12H Withdrawal by notice
	12I Deemed withdrawal—identity of eligibility applicant not established
	12J Deemed withdrawal—notice not complied with
	12K Deemed withdrawal—other circumstances
	12L Revocation of decision to refuse eligibility declaration
	12M Automatic expiry of eligibility declaration
Part 2 Making and deciding applications for registration or permission to teach
	13 Application of div 1
	14 Application for registration or permission to teach
	15 Obtaining police information about applicant
	15A Requesting further information about interstate convictions and charges
	15B Obtaining information from director of public prosecutions
	15C Obtaining information from chief executive (corrective services)
	15D Obtaining information from children’s commissioner
	16 Requirement to advise applicant of police information received
	17 College’s power to obtain further information etc. from applicant
	18 Effect of failure by applicant to comply with a request for further information etc.
	19 College may use documents or information to verify application
	20 How college may decide application
	21 Steps to be taken after college decides application
	22 Application by holder of provisional registration
	23 Requirements for application
	24 How college may decide application
	25 Steps to be taken after college decides application
	25A Literacy, numeracy or science test may be prescribed
	25B Person may apply for reassessment of test result
	25C Application for registration may lapse after unsatisfactory test result
Part 3 Period, and renewal or extension, of registration or permission to teach
	26 Period and renewal of full registration
	27 Period and renewal of permission to teach
	28 Application for renewal of full registration or permission to teach
	29 Requirements for renewal—full registration
	30 Development or recognition of CPD framework by college
	31 Requirements for renewal—permission to teach
	32 How college may decide application for renewal
	33 Steps to be taken after college decides application
	34 Period of provisional registration
	35 Option to extend provisional registration
Part 4 Restoration of full registration
	36 When application for restoration of full registration may be made
	37 Requirements for application for restoration
	38 Application of pt 3, div 1 for restoring full registration
Part 5 Conditions
	39 Application for review of condition
	40 Review of condition by college
	41 Amendment or imposition of conditions following a review
	42 Non-contentious amendment of conditions
	43 Cancellation of conditions
	44 Amending or replacing certificate of registration or certificate of permission to teach
	45 Application of div 2
	46 College to give show cause notice for failing to comply with condition
	47 College’s power to suspend or cancel registration or permission to teach
Part 6 Immediate suspension and cancellation of registration or permission to teach by college
	48 Effect of charge for serious offence, temporary offender prohibition order or interim sexual offender order
	49 College’s power to suspend if approved teacher poses imminent risk of harm to children
	50 Requirement to give notice of suspension
	51 When suspension takes effect
	52 When suspension ends
	53 Requirement to decide whether to continue suspension under s 48
	54 QCAT to give notice inviting submissions to approved teacher
	55 QCAT’s decision about continuation of suspension
	56 Cancellation in particular circumstances
	57 Effect of appeal on cancellation
Part 7 Surrender of registration or permission to teach
	59 Surrender of registration or permission to teach
Part 8 Documents evidencing registration or permission to teach
	60 Form of certificate of registration
	61 Form of certificate of permission to teach
	62 Requirements for registration card
	63 Replacing certificate of registration, registration card or certificate of permission to teach
	64 Requirement to return certificate of registration or permission to teach etc. on suspension or cancellation
Part 9 Miscellaneous provisions
	65 College’s power to obtain police information etc. in relation to an approved teacher
	66 Payment of annual fee by approved teacher and issue of registration card to registered teacher
	67 Effect of suspension on registration or permission to teach
Chapter 3 Requirements for approved teachers and other persons
Part 1 Giving information to the college
	68 Changes in police information
	69 Requirements for disclosure of changes in police information
	70 Failure to disclose changes in police information
	71 Disclosure of other change in circumstances
	72 Disclosure about particular changes in teaching status in another State
	73 Definition for div 3
	74 Meaning of prescribed school
	75 Commissioner of police must notify changes in police information
	76 Requirement for employing authority to notify college about particular investigations
	77 Requirement for employing authority to notify college about outcome of particular investigations
	78 Requirement for employing authority to notify college about certain dismissals
	79 College may request information from principal
	80 Requirement for prosecuting authority to notify college about committal, conviction etc.
	81 Protection from liability for employing authorities giving required notices
Part 2 General offences
	82 Only approved teachers may be employed as teachers
	83 Requirement to hold registration, or permission to teach, to teach in schools
	84 Offence to misrepresent nature of registration or permission to teach
	85 False or misleading information
	86 False, incomplete or misleading documents
Chapter 4 Complaints about teachers
	87 Making a complaint
	88 College may require further information or statutory declaration
	89 Refusal to deal with complaint
	90 How a complaint must be dealt with
Chapter 5 Disciplinary action against teachers
Part 1 Preliminary
	91 Definition for ch 5
	92 Grounds for disciplinary action
	93 Disciplinary matters
	95 PP&C matters
	96 General matters
	97 Requirement for college to start disciplinary proceedings
	98 College may authorise investigation
	99 Proceedings for an offence not prevented by disciplinary proceedings
Part 3 General matters and PP&C matters dealt with by QCAT
	105 Application of pt 3
	106 QCAT may authorise investigation
	107 Application of ch 6, pt 2, div 2
Part 4 PP&C matters dealt with by PP&C committee
	108 Application of pt 4
	109 PP&C committee may authorise investigation
	110 Notice to be given to college if PP&C committee authorises investigation
	111 Application of ch 6, pt 1, div 2
	111A PP&C committee may refer matter to QCAT
Part 5 Other provisions
	112 Reporting of offences
Chapter 6 Disciplinary bodies
Part 1 PP&C committee
	113 Establishment
	114 Membership
	115 Functions of PP&C committee
	116 PP&C committee may conduct disciplinary proceedings by hearing or on correspondence
	117 Procedure for hearing by PP&C committee
	118 Notice of intention to conduct disciplinary proceedings by correspondence
	119 Substituted service on relevant teacher or complainant
	120 PP&C committee may require other information
	121 Power of PP&C committee to continue disciplinary proceedings without receiving relevant teacher’s submission
	122 Offence for failing to give information and protection against self-incrimination
	123 Disciplinary action by PP&C committee
Part 2 Disciplinary proceedings of QCAT
	124 Constitution of QCAT for disciplinary proceedings
	125 Presiding member of QCAT
	130 Application of div 2
	133 Notice of intention to conduct hearing
	136 QCAT may require health assessment
	138 Attendance and appearance at hearing
	147 Receiving or adopting findings etc. in other proceedings
	152 Interim orders
	158 Decision about whether ground for disciplinary action is established
	159 Ending of suspension if ground for disciplinary action not established
	160 Decision about disciplinary action against approved teacher
	161 Decision about disciplinary action against former approved teacher
	164 College may notify other persons
	165 Requirement to notify particular interstate regulatory authorities about decision
	166 Publication of information about disciplinary proceedings by college
	167 Effect of QCAT’s decision
	168 Implementation of decision
	170 Office to keep record of disciplinary proceedings
Chapter 7 Investigations
Part 1 Investigations by employing authorities
	172 Particular investigation may be carried out on college’s behalf by an employing authority
Part 2 Investigators’ functions and powers generally
	173 Functions of investigator
	174 Powers of investigator
Part 3 Appointment of investigators
	175 Appointment
	176 Appointment conditions and limit on powers
	177 Issue of identity card
	178 Production or display of identity card
	179 Resignation
	180 Return of identity card
Part 4 Powers of investigators
	181 Power to require information or attendance
	182 Offences
	183 Inspection of produced things
	184 Power to enter places
	185 Entry with consent
	186 Application for warrant
	187 Issue of warrant
	188 Warrants—procedure before entry
	189 General powers after entering places
	190 Failure to help investigator
	191 Failure to give information
	192 Seizing evidence at public place if entry made when place open
	193 Seizing evidence at a place that may only be entered with consent or warrant
	194 Securing seized things
	195 Tampering with seized things
	196 Receipt for seized things
	197 Forfeiture of seized things
	198 Dealing with forfeited things
	199 Return of seized things
	200 Access to seized things
Part 5 General investigation matters
	201 Investigator’s report
	202 Investigator’s obligation not to cause unnecessary damage
	203 Notice of damage
	204 Compensation
	205 False or misleading information given to investigator
	206 False or misleading documents given to investigator
	207 Obstruction of investigator
	208 Impersonation of investigator
Chapter 8 Internal and external reviews
Part 1 Internal reviews
	209 Review process for particular decisions starts with internal review
	210 Applying for review
	211 Review committee
	212 College’s decision
	213 Notice of review decision
	215 Who may apply for external review
Chapter 9 Legal proceedings
Part 1 Evidence
	220 Application of pt 1
	221 Appointments and authority
	222 Signatures
	223 Evidentiary matters
Part 2 Proceedings
	224 Proceedings in the name of the college
	225 Summary proceedings for offences
	226 Allegations of false or misleading information or documents
	227 Penalties to be paid to college
	228 Executive officers must ensure corporation complies with Act
Chapter 10 Queensland College of Teachers
Part 1 Establishment, functions and powers of college
	229 Establishment of college
	230 College’s functions about registration and permission to teach
	230A College’s functions for testing applicants for registration
	231 College’s discipline and enforcement functions
	232 College’s other functions
	233 Primary considerations of college in performing its functions
	234 Powers of college
	235 Professional standards
	236 Approval of preservice teacher education programs
Part 2 Board of the college
	237 The board
	238 Role of board
	239 Membership of board
	240 Requirements for elections
	241 Nomination by entities for membership of board
	242 Term of appointment of members
	243 Minister may extend a member’s term of appointment
	244 Chairperson of board
	245 Deputy chairperson of board
	246 Disqualification from membership
	247 Report about person’s criminal history
	248 Vacation of office
	249 Requirement for board members to disclose changes in criminal history
	250 Leave of absence
	251 Filling vacancies—board members nominated by Minister or another entity etc.
	252 Filling vacancies—board member elected by registered teachers
	253 Conduct of business
	254 Presiding at meetings
	255 Quorum for meetings
	256 Attendance by proxy by member
	257 Conduct of meetings
	258 Minutes
	259 Committees
	260 Disclosure of interest
	261 Attendance of director at meetings
	262 Requirement for board approval before college enters into agreements
	263 Remuneration of board members and committee members
	264 Delegation
	265 College is statutory body under the Financial Accountability Act 2009
	266 College is statutory body under the Statutory Bodies Financial Arrangements Act 1982
	267 College’s financial year
	268 Money borrowed other than under the Statutory Bodies Financial Arrangements Act 1982
	269 Budget
	270 Compliance with approved budget
Part 3 Relationship of the college with the Minister
	271 Performance of college
	272 Minister’s power to give directions to college
	273 Minister’s power to require production of document
	274 Ministerial request or direction to be included in college’s annual report
	275 College must give annual report to the Minister
Part 4 Office of the Queensland College of Teachers
	276 Establishment of office
	277 Office’s functions and powers
	278 Appointment, function and powers of director
	279 Delegation by director
	280 Acting director
	281 Office staff
Chapter 11 Miscellaneous
Part 1 Disclosure and use of information
	282 Definition for pt 1
	283 Confidentiality of particular information
	284 Guidelines for dealing with relevant personal information
	285 College may give information about disciplinary action etc. against teachers to children’s commissioner in particular circumstances
	285A College must give information about the status of a teacher’s registration to children’s commissioner in particular circumstances
	285B College may enter into information sharing agreement with children’s commissioner
	286 Information sharing arrangement with commissioner of police for information otherwise lawfully given
	287 Other information sharing agreements
Part 2 Register of approved teachers
	288 Register of approved teachers to be kept
	289 Inspection of register
Part 3 Codes of practice
	290 College may develop codes of practice
	291 Inspection of code of practice
	292 Use of code of practice in disciplinary proceedings
Part 4 Other provisions
	293 Higher education entities must not misrepresent approval of preservice teacher education programs
	294 Protection from liability
	295 Delegation by Minister
	296 Administrative support for college etc.
	297 Approved forms
	298 Regulation-making power
Chapter 12 Repeal and transitional provisions
Part 1 Interpretation
	299 Definitions for ch 12
Part 2 Repeal
	300 Repeal of Education (Teacher Registration) Act 1988
Part 3 Provisions relating to former board and college
	301 Dissolution of former board
	302 College is legal successor of former board
	303 Assets and liabilities etc.
	304 Conduct of election for new board before commencement
	305 Former board’s budget for 2006
	306 Former board’s annual report for 2005
	307 Proceedings
	308 Proceedings for offences against repealed Act
	309 Appeals
	310 Continuing effect of ministerial directions given before commencement
	311 References to former board
Part 4 Provisions relating to the former office
	312 Dissolution of former office
	313 Staff of former office
Part 5 Provisions relating to registration etc.
	314 Existing registrations
	315 Existing authorisations to teach
	316 Deciding existing applications for registration
	317 Deciding existing applications for restoration of registration
	318 Particular higher education courses taken to be approved preservice teacher education programs
	319 Continuation of existing register until 30 June 2006
	320 Particular matters under repealed Act to be included in register
Part 6 Disciplinary matters
	321 Existing show cause procedure
	322 Existing inquiries
	323 Suspended registrations
	324 Suspension for charge for excluding offence not to apply to particular approved teachers
	325 Disciplinary information received by former board
Part 7 Other provisions
	326 Document taken to be professional standards
	327 Document taken to be code of practice
	328 Continuation of existing guidelines
Part 8 Transitional provision for Education Legislation Amendment Act 2008
	329 Professional development
Part 9 Transitional provision for Commission for Children and Young People and Child Guardian and Another Act Amendment Act 2008
	330 Existing section 48 suspensions
Part 10 Transitional provision for the State Penalties Enforcement and Other Legislation Amendment Act 2009
	331 Interstate charge and interstate spent conviction
Part 11 Transitional provisions for Criminal History Screening Legislation Act 2010
	332 Giving particular information to children’s commissioner
	333 Definition div 2
	334 Existing applications by new excluded persons
	335 Other existing applications
	336 Obtaining particular information from commissioner of police about particular persons
	337 Disqualification orders for acts done or omissions made before commencement
	338 Disclosure of changes in police information
	339 References to Youth Justice Act 1992
Part 12 Transitional provisions for Education and Training Legislation (Skills Queensland) Amendment Act 2010
	340 Existing applications by new excluded persons
	341 Transitional provision for s 77
Part 13 Transitional provisions for Education and Training Legislation Amendment Act 2011
	342 Existing applications by new excluded persons
	343 Effect of serious offence charge before relevant commencement
	344 Effect of serious offence conviction before relevant commencement
	345 Show cause notice
	346 Representations about show cause notice
	347 Decision after considering accepted representations
	348 Grounds for disciplinary action
	349 QCAT show cause notice given but not dealt with
	350 Decision about disciplinary action against approved teacher
	351 Referral to QCAT under ss 111A and 123
	352 Decision about disciplinary action against former approved teacher
Schedule 1
	Decisions for which information notice must be given
Schedule 3
	Dictionary
1 Index to endnotes
2 Date to which amendments incorporated
3 Key
4 Table of reprints
5 List of legislation
6 List of annotations
7 List of forms notified or published in the gazette
                        
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Queensland

Education (Queensland
College of Teachers) Act 2005

Reprinted as in force on 16 January 2012

Reprint No. 3B

This reprint is prepared by
the Office of the Queensland Parliamentary Counsel

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[s 181]

Education (Queensland College of Teachers) Act 2005
Chapter 7 Investigations

Part 4 Powers of investigators
Part 4 Powers of investigators

Division 1 Power to obtain information

181 Power to require information or attendance

For carrying out an investigation, an investigator may, by
notice given to a person, require the person—

(a) to give stated information to the investigator within a
stated reasonable time and in a stated reasonable way; or

(b) to attend before the investigator at a stated reasonable
time and place—

(i) to answer questions; or

(ii) to produce a stated thing.

182 Offences

(1) A person required to give information to an investigator under
section 181 must give the information as required by the
notice, unless the person has a reasonable excuse.

Maximum penalty—50 penalty units.

(2) A person given a notice to attend before an investigator under
section 181 must, unless the person has a reasonable excuse—

(a) attend as required by the notice; and

(b) continue to attend as required by the investigator until
excused from further attendance; and

(c) answer a question the person is required to answer by
the investigator; and

(d) produce a thing the person is required to produce by the
notice.

Maximum penalty—50 penalty units.
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[s 183]

Education (Queensland College of Teachers) Act 2005
Chapter 7 Investigations
Part 4 Powers of investigators



(3) It is a reasonable excuse for an individual not to give

information, answer a question or produce a stated thing, that
giving the information, answering the question or producing
the thing might tend to incriminate the individual.

183 Inspection of produced things

(1) If a thing is produced to an investigator, whether under a
notice under section 181 or otherwise, the investigator may
inspect it.

(2) If the investigator reasonably considers the thing may be
relevant to the investigation being carried out by the
investigator, the investigator may do all or any of the
following—

(a) photograph the thing;

(b) for a document—make a copy of, or take an extract
from, it;

(c) keep the thing while it is necessary for the investigation.

(3) If the investigator keeps the thing, the investigator must allow
a person otherwise entitled to possession of the thing—

(a) for a document—to inspect, copy, or take an extract
from, the document, at the reasonable time and place the
investigator decides; or

(b) for another thing—to inspect or photograph the thing, at
the reasonable time and place the investigator decides.

Division 2 Entry of places

184 Power to enter places

(1) An investigator may enter a place for carrying out an
investigation if—

(a) an occupier of the place consents to the entry; or
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Endnotes

Education (Queensland College of Teachers) Act 2005
def “CPL framework” om 2008 No. 1 s 8(1)
def “CPOPOA disqualification order” ins 2010 No. 5 s 201(2)
def “criminal history check fee” ins 2011 No. 39 s 30J(2)
def “disciplinary action” amd 2011 No. 39 s 30J(3)
def “disciplinary committees” amd 2009 No. 24 s 253(2)
def “disciplinary order” amd 2011 No. 39 s 30J(4)
def “disqualification order” om 2011 No. 39 s 30J(1)
def “disqualifying offence” ins 2008 No. 18 s 51 sch

sub 2010 No. 5 s 201(4); 2010 No. 5 s 201(5)
om 2011 No. 39 s 30J(1)

def “eligibility applicant” ins 2011 No. 39 s 30J(2)
def “eligibility application” ins 2011 No. 39 s 30J(2)
def “eligibility declaration” ins 2011 No. 39 s 30J(2)
def “excluded person” amd 2010 No. 5 s 201(6); 2010 No. 41 s 19

sub 2011 No. 39 s 30J(1)–(2)
def “excluding offence” om 2008 No. 18 s 51 sch
def “existing register” amd 2010 No. 5 s 201(3)
def “expanded interstate criminal history” ins 2009 No. 48 s 60
def “final offender prohibition order” ins 2010 No. 5 s 201(2)
def “final sexual offender order” ins 2010 No. 5 s 201(2)
def “former board” amd 2010 No. 5 s 201(3)
def “former by-law” amd 2010 No. 5 s 201(3)
def “former holder of a permission to teach” amd 2009 No. 40 s 34(1)
def “former office” amd 2010 No. 5 s 201(3)
def “former registered teacher” amd 2009 No. 40 s 34(2)
def “higher education course” sub 2008 No. 25 s 164 sch 1
def “higher education entity” sub 2008 No. 25 s 164 sch 1
def “higher education institution” sub 2008 No. 25 s 164 sch 1
def “imprisonment order” sub 2010 No. 5 s 201(1)–(2)
def “interim sexual offender order” ins 2010 No. 5 s 201(2)
def “interstate charge” ins 2009 No. 48 s 60
def “interstate commissioner of police” ins 2009 No. 48 s 60
def “interstate information” ins 2009 No. 48 s 60
def “interstate rehabilitation law” ins 2009 No. 48 s 60
def “interstate spent conviction” ins 2009 No. 48 s 60
def “new board” amd 2010 No. 5 s 201(3)
def “offender prohibition order” ins 2010 No. 5 s 201(2)
def “offender reporting obligations” ins 2010 No. 5 s 201(2)
def “police information” ins 2010 No. 5 s 201(2)

amd 2011 No. 39 s 30J(5)
def “proposed action” ins 2011 No. 39 s 30J(2)
def “relevant commencement” ins 2011 No. 39 s 30J(2)
def “relevant excluded person” ins 2010 No. 5 s 201(2)

sub 2011 No. 39 s 30J(1)–(2)
def “repealed Act” amd 2010 No. 5 s 201(3)
def “returning to teaching condition” amd 2008 No. 1 s 8(2)
def “review notice” om 2011 No. 39 s 30J(1)
def “serious offence” amd 2010 No. 5 s 201(7); 2011 No. 39 s 30J(6)
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Education (Queensland College of Teachers) Act 2005
def “sexual offender order” ins 2010 No. 5 s 201(2)
def “show cause matter” om 2011 No. 39 s 30J(1)
def “show cause notice” ins 2011 No. 39 s 30J(2)
def “show cause period” ins 2011 No. 39 s 30J(2)
def “State school” sub 2006 No. 39 s 512(1) sch 1
def “teacher” sub 2010 No. 4 s 13
def “Teachers Disciplinary Committee” om 2009 No. 24 s 253(1)
def “temporary offender prohibition order” ins 2010 No. 5 s 201(2)

7 List of forms notified or published in the
gazette

(The following information about forms is taken from the gazette and is included for
information purposes only. Because failure by a department to notify or publish a form in
the gazette does not invalidate the form, you should check with the relevant government
department for the latest information about forms (see Statutory Instruments Act, section
58(8)).)

Form A101/06 Version 2—Application for Teacher Registration in Queensland (pubd gaz
17 March 2006 p 1088)

Form A101/07 Version 1—Certificate of Queensland Teacher Registration (pubd gaz 30
November 2007 p 1821)

Form A102/07 Version 1—Queensland Teacher Registration Card (pubd gaz 30
November 2007 p 1821)

Form A125/06 Version 1—Permission to Teach (pubd gaz 17 March 2006 p 1088)

Form A126/06 Version 1—Application to Replace a Certificate of Registration or
Permission to Teach (pubd gaz 17 March 2006 p 1088)

Form A128/06 Version 1—Disclosure of Change in Teacher’s Criminal History (pubd gaz
17 March 2006 p 1088)

Form A130/06 Version 1—Application for Internal Review of a Decision (pubd gaz 17
March 2006 p 1088)

Form A131/06 Version 1—Application for Permission to Teach (pubd gaz 17 March 2006
p 1088)

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