How to become a Teacher Accreditation Authority (TAA)
TAAs are generally either principals of schools (independent) or nominated individuals who are responsible for large groups of schools (Catholic Systemic schools and the Department of Education). New TAAs need to lodge an authority document with the Board of Studies, Teaching and Educational Standards (BOSTES).
Register new TAA details with BOSTES:
Please provide on your school or organisation’s letterhead:
- Full name
- Date of birth
- Address details
- Direct email address
- Phone number
Send a scanned copy of the letter to: firstname.lastname@example.org
TAAs’ role and responsibilities
TAAs have multiple responsibilities which vary between government, Catholic Systemic and independent schools. Review a list of current TAAs and also TAAs (A/L) who are responsible for accreditation at the voluntary higher levels of Highly Accomplished and Lead Teacher.
Current TAAs and TAAs (A/L) and their roles
Download the TAA Information Pack (PDF 73kb)
If you have a question please email or call us on 1300 739 338 (within Australia).