I-13.3, r. 2.01 - Regulation respecting teaching licences

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44. A provisional vocational training teaching licence issued pursuant to paragraph 1 of section 43 is valid for not more than 6 years and expires at the end of the fifth school year following the year in which it was issued. It may be renewed for subsequent periods of 5 school years if its holder since the issuance of the licence or its last renewal has earned at least 15 additional credits from among those still required to obtain the diploma.
An applicant who is missing 3 additional credits from among the 15 required by the first paragraph may compensate for those credits by demonstrating that 250 hours have been taught for an employer referred to in section 29 if the hours are directly related to the training for which the provisional vocational training teaching licence has been obtained, or that 500 hours of relevant experience in the workplace have been accumulated.
M.O. 2019-09-04, s. 44.
In force: 2019-10-01
44. A provisional vocational training teaching licence issued pursuant to paragraph 1 of section 43 is valid for not more than 6 years and expires at the end of the fifth school year following the year in which it was issued. It may be renewed for subsequent periods of 5 school years if its holder since the issuance of the licence or its last renewal has earned at least 15 additional credits from among those still required to obtain the diploma.
An applicant who is missing 3 additional credits from among the 15 required by the first paragraph may compensate for those credits by demonstrating that 250 hours have been taught for an employer referred to in section 29 if the hours are directly related to the training for which the provisional vocational training teaching licence has been obtained, or that 500 hours of relevant experience in the workplace have been accumulated.
M.O. 2019-09-04, s. 44.