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Ontario College of Teachers Act, 1996

ONTARIO REGULATION 176/10

TEACHERS’ QUALIFICATIONS

Consolidation Period: From December 1, 2014 to the e-Laws currency date.

Last amendment: O. Reg. 239/14.

This is the English version of a bilingual regulation.

CONTENTS

PART I
GENERAL

1.

Interpretation

PART II
GENERAL AND TRANSITIONAL CERTIFICATES OF QUALIFICATION AND REGISTRATION

Application for a General or Transitional Certificate of Qualification and Registration

2.

Classes of certificates of qualification and registration

3.

Application

4.

Application requirements, applicant completed program of professional education in Ontario

4.

Application requirements, applicant completed program of professional education in Ontario

5.

Application requirements, applicant certified by provincial or territorial teacher regulatory authority

6.

Application requirements, applicant certified by a teacher regulatory authority outside Canada

6.1

Reapplication requirements, previous certificate cancelled due to resignation

6.2

Reapplication requirements, certificate cancelled due to expiry

7.

Language proficiency requirements

8.

Documents

9.

Application requirements, all applicants

10.

Grounds for refusal

Requirements for General Certificate of Qualification and Registration

11.

Applicants under s. 4 or 6

12.

Applicants under s. 6 with incomplete requirements

13.

Applicants under s. 5

13.1

Applicants under s. 6.1 (resignation)

13.2

Applicants under s. 6.2 (expiry)

Requirements for Transitional Certificate of Qualification and Registration

14.

Applicants under s. 4

15.

Applicants under s. 5

16.

Conversion of transitional certificates of qualification and registration

17.

Extension of transitional certificates

Terms, Conditions and Limitations of Certificates; Contents of Certificates

18.

Terms, conditions and limitations

18.

Terms, conditions and limitations

19.

Contents of certificate

19.1

Reinstated certificates

PART III
ADDITIONAL QUALIFICATIONS

General

20.

Interpretation

21.

Equivalent additional qualifications

22.

Application for additional qualifications

Additional Qualifications in Schedules A to E and Honour Specialist Qualification in Technological Education

23.

Qualifications in primary and junior divisions, intermediate and senior divisions in general education subjects listed in Schedule A

24.

Qualifications in grades 9 and 10, grades 11 and 12 in technological education subjects listed in Schedule B

25.

Qualifications in subjects listed in Schedule C

26.

Three-part specialist qualifications in subjects listed in Schedule D

27.

Honour specialist qualifications in subjects listed in Schedule E

28.

Honour specialist qualifications in technological education

29.

Qualifications in subjects listed in Schedule F

Additional Qualifications for Teaching Students Who Are Deaf or Hard of Hearing

30.

Qualification for Teaching Students Who Are Deaf or Hard of Hearing

30.

Qualification for Teaching Students Who Are Deaf or Hard of Hearing

31.

Specialist Qualification for Teaching Students Who Are Deaf or Hard of Hearing

31.

Specialist Qualification for Teaching Students Who Are Deaf or Hard of Hearing

Principal’s Qualifications

32.

Part 1 principal’s qualification

33.

Part 2 principal’s qualification

34.

Principal’s development qualification

Supervisory Officer’s Qualification

35.

Supervisory officer’s qualification

PART IV
OTHER TYPES OF CERTIFICATES AND TRANSITION

36.

Persons who held certificate on May 19, 2010

37.

Persons who began programs before change in requirements

38.

Certificate granted before 1973

39.

Letters of standing

40.

Other principal’s certificates

40.1

Qualifications previously recorded on certificate

41.

Other old qualifications and certificates

42.

s. 62 of the Act

43.

s. 63 of the Act

44.

2008 amendments

45.

2009 amendments

46.

2010 amendments

47.

2011 amendments

48.

2012 amendments

48.1

2015 amendments

Schedule A

Qualifications in the intermediate and senior divisions in general education

Schedule B

Qualifications in grades 9 and 10 and grades 11 and 12 in technological education

Schedule C

Qualifications

Schedule D

Three-part specialist qualifications

Schedule E

Honour specialist qualifications

Schedule F

Qualifications in technological education

PART I
GENERAL

Interpretation

1.  (1)  In this Regulation,

“acceptable post-secondary degree” means a degree for which a person is required to complete at least 90 post-secondary credits or their equivalent and that is,

(a) granted by a post-secondary educational institution authorized to grant the degree under an Act of the Legislature, including a person that is authorized to grant the degree under the Post-secondary Education Choice and Excellence Act, 2000, or

(b) considered by the College to be equivalent to a degree described in clause (a) and is granted by,

(i) a post-secondary educational institution in a Canadian province or territory other than Ontario,

(ii) a post-secondary educational institution in the United States that is recognized by,

(A) the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools,

(B) the New England Association of Schools and Colleges,

(C) the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools,

(D) the Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities,

(E) the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools, or

(F) the Western Association of Schools and Colleges, or

(iii) a post-secondary educational institution located in a country other than Canada or the United States; (“grade postsecondaire reconnu”)

“accreditation regulation” means Ontario Regulation 347/02 (Accreditation of Teacher Education Programs) made under the Act; (“règlement sur l’agrément”)

“accredited program” means an accredited program as defined in the accreditation regulation; (“programme agréé”)

“applicant” means an applicant for a general or transitional certificate of qualification and registration under Part II; (“postulant”)

“appropriate supervisory officer” means, in respect of a teacher, the supervisory officer assigned by a school board in accordance with the Education Act or by the Minister to provide supervisory services in respect of the performance by the teacher of his or her duties under the Education Act and the regulations under it; (“agent de supervision compétent”)

“appropriate supervisory official” means a person who, in the opinion of the Registrar,

(a) has a role comparable to an appropriate supervisory officer with respect to,

(i) a school operated by a band or an education authority in Ontario that is authorized to provide education for Indians within the meaning of the Indian Act (Canada), or

(ii) a school in a jurisdiction outside Ontario, and

(b) is able to confirm whether a person has successful classroom teaching experience; (“responsable de supervision compétent”)

“area of study” means an area studied in a program of professional education or in a program of additional qualification for which a person may obtain a qualification,

(a) in the primary division,

(b) in the junior division,

(c) in the intermediate division in a general education subject listed in Schedule A,

(d) in the senior division in a general education subject listed in Schedule A,

(e) in grades 9 and 10 in a technological education subject listed in Schedule B,

(f) in grades 11 and 12 in a technological education subject listed in Schedule B,

(g) identified in Part III, other than one identified in clause (a) to (f),

(h) to be teachers of students who are deaf or hard of hearing, as described in clause 1 (3) (b) of the accreditation regulation, or

(i) to be teachers of Native languages, as described in clause 1 (3) (c) of the accreditation regulation; (“domaine d’étude”)

“band” and “council of the band” have the same meaning as in the Indian Act (Canada); (“bande”, “conseil de bande”)

“candidate” means a person who holds a general certificate of qualification and registration granted under section 11, 12 or 13 and who is a candidate for an additional qualification under Part III; (“candidat”)

Note: On September 1, 2015, the definition of “candidate” is revoked and the following substituted: (See: O. Reg. 59/14, ss. 1 (1), 19 (1))

“candidate” means a holder of a general certificate of qualification and registration who is a candidate for an additional qualification under Part III; (“candidat”)

Note: On September 1, 2015, subsection (1) is amended by adding the following definition: (See: O. Reg. 59/14, ss. 1 (2), 19 (1))

“concurrent program” has the same meaning as in the accreditation regulation; (“programme concurrent”)

“general certificate of qualification and registration” means a certificate of qualification and registration referred to in paragraph 1 of section 2; (“certificat de qualification et d’inscription général”)

“general education” means the curriculum prescribed or developed for the intermediate and senior divisions under subsection 8 (1) of the Education Act and described in the secondary curriculum documents available from the Ministry, excluding the courses described in the documents entitled “The Ontario Curriculum, Grades 9 and 10 – Technological Education (2009)” and “The Ontario Curriculum, Grades 11 and 12 – Technological Education (2009)”; (“éducation générale”)

“multi-session program of professional education” means a program described in clause (a) of the definition of “program of professional education” that is delivered over two or more sessions with the first session consisting of 12 post-secondary credits or their equivalent, of which,

(a) nine credits are in a methodology course in an area of study and three credits are in a foundation course, or

(b) six credits are in a methodology course in an area of study and six credits are in a foundation course; (“programme de formation professionnelle en plusieurs parties”)

Note: On September 1, 2015, the definition of “multi-session program of professional education” is revoked and the following substituted: (See: O. Reg. 239/14, ss. 1 (1), 17 (1))

“multi-session program of professional education” means a program described in clause (a) of the definition of “program of professional education” that is delivered over two or more sessions where the first session consists of,

(a) a practicum of a minimum of 10 days that meets the requirements set out in subsection 9 (2) of the accreditation regulation, and

(b) 12 post-secondary credits or their equivalent, of which,

(i) nine credits are in a methodology course in an area of study and three credits are in a foundation course, or

(ii) six credits are in a methodology course in an area of study and six credits are in a foundation course; (“programme de formation professionnelle en plusieurs parties”)

Note: On September 1, 2015, subsection (1) is amended by adding the following definition: (See: O. Reg. 59/14, ss. 1 (2), 19 (1))

“one-year program of professional education” means a teacher education program that was accredited under the accreditation regulation, as that regulation read on August 31, 2015, but that does not satisfy the requirements for accreditation set out in the accreditation regulation as that regulation reads on and after September 1, 2015; (“programme de formation professionnelle d’un an”)

“post-secondary course” means a one-year post-secondary course, or its equivalent, that is part of a program leading to an acceptable post-secondary degree; (“cours postsecondaire”)

“post-secondary credits” means the credits a student is awarded on successful completion of a post-secondary course where six credits are awarded for a one-year post-secondary course and a proportionate number of credits are awarded for a post-secondary course of a different duration; (“crédits postsecondaires”)

“program of additional qualification” means a program accredited by the College that leads to the entry of an additional qualification referred to in Part III on the general certificate of qualification and registration of a person who successfully completes the program; (“programme de qualification additionnelle”, “programme menant à une qualification additionnelle”)

“program of professional education” means,

(a) a program described in subsection 1 (2), (3) or (4) of the accreditation regulation that is accredited by the College, or

(b) a teacher education program provided outside Ontario that is acceptable to the College and not substantially different from a program described in clause (a); (“programme de formation professionnelle”)

“provincial or territorial teacher regulatory authority” means a body or person that is authorized under an Act of a Canadian province or territory other than Ontario to grant to a person in the teaching occupation a certificate, licence, registration or other form of official recognition that attests to the person being qualified to practise the teaching occupation in an elementary or secondary school; (“autorité provinciale ou territoriale de réglementation de la profession enseignante”)

“school year” has the same meaning as in Regulation 304 of the Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990 (School Year Calendar, Professional Activity Days) made under the Education Act; (“année scolaire”)

“teacher regulatory authority” means a body or person that is authorized under the laws of a jurisdiction outside Ontario to grant to a person in the teaching occupation a certificate, licence, registration or other form of official recognition that attests to the person being qualified to practise the teaching occupation in an elementary or secondary school; (“autorité de réglementation de la profession enseignante”)

“technological education” means the curriculum prescribed or developed for grades 9 and 10 and for grades 11 and 12 under subsection 8 (1) of the Education Act and described in the secondary curriculum documents entitled “The Ontario Curriculum, Grades 9 and 10 – Technological Education (2009)” and “The Ontario Curriculum, Grades 11 and 12 – Technological Education (2009)” available from the Ministry; (“éducation technologique”)

“transitional certificate of qualification and registration” means a certificate of qualification and registration referred to in paragraph 2 of section 2. (“certificat de qualification et d’inscription transitoire”) O. Reg. 176/10, s. 1 (1).

(2)  For the purposes of this Regulation, a person holds a degree with respect to a program of professional education identified in clause (a) of the definition of “program of professional education” in subsection (1) if he or she has completed all the requirements for and has been approved for the granting of the degree, regardless of whether or not the degree has been conferred. O. Reg. 176/10, s. 1 (2).

(3)  For the purposes of this Regulation, an applicant for a general or transitional certificate of qualification and registration holds technological qualifications if,

(a) he or she holds a secondary school graduation diploma or has qualifications that the College considers to be equivalent to holding such a diploma;

(b) he or she has five years of work experience, including business or industrial experience, or a combination of post-secondary education and work experience that totalled five years and that included,

(i) at least two years of work experience, including business or industrial experience, at least four months of which were continuous, and

(ii) post-secondary education acceptable to the College consisting of,

(A) a program leading to an acceptable post-secondary degree, or a certificate, diploma or advanced diploma granted under the Ontario Colleges of Applied Arts and Technology Act, 2002 or a predecessor Act, or under the Private Career Colleges Act, 2005 or predecessor Act, or by another institution acceptable to the College, or

(B) an apprenticeship program acceptable to the College; and

(c) in the work experience referred to in clause (b), he or she demonstrated competency, based on an assessment of advanced skills and knowledge, related to a technological education subject listed in Schedule B. O. Reg. 176/10, s. 1 (3).

(4)  For the purposes of fulfilling the work experience requirements in clause (3) (b), up to one year of work experience completed as part of a work placement or co-operative work placement in a post-secondary education program may be counted if the placement was a required element of the education program and the work experience occurred after the applicant had completed at least 50 per cent of the program. O. Reg. 176/10, s. 1 (4).

Note: On September 1, 2015, subsection (4) is revoked and the following substituted: (See: O. Reg. 239/14, ss. 1 (2), 17 (1))

(4)  For the purposes of fulfilling the work experience requirements in clause (3) (b),

(a) 1,700 hours of work experience shall be counted as equal to one year of work experience; and

(b) up to one year of work experience completed as part of a work placement or co-operative work placement in a post-secondary education program may be counted if the placement was a required element of the education program and the work experience occurred after the applicant had completed at least 50 per cent of the program. O. Reg. 239/14, s. 1 (2).

PART II
GENERAL AND TRANSITIONAL CERTIFICATES OF QUALIFICATION AND REGISTRATION

Application for a General or Transitional Certificate of Qualification and Registration

Classes of certificates of qualification and registration

2.  The classes of certificates of qualification and registration that may be issued under subsection 18 (1) of the Act are as follows:

1. General certificates of qualification and registration.

2. Transitional certificates of qualification and registration. O. Reg. 176/10, s. 2.

Application

3.  A person may apply for a certificate of qualification and registration by submitting to the Registrar a completed application in the form prescribed by the by-laws together with the fee prescribed by the by-laws. O. Reg. 176/10, s. 3.

Application requirements, applicant completed program of professional education in Ontario

4.  An applicant for a certificate of qualification and registration who has completed a program described in clause (a) of the definition of “program of professional education” in subsection 1 (1) shall submit to the Registrar in such manner as the Registrar directs,

(a) the applicant’s certificate of birth or baptism, or other acceptable proof of the date and place of birth;

(b) in the case of an applicant who wishes to have the certificate issued in the applicant’s married name, his or her certificate of marriage or other acceptable proof that the applicant is the person referred to in the document submitted under clause (a);

(c) evidence of any changes of name;

(d) evidence satisfactory to the Registrar that the applicant,

(i) holds an acceptable post-secondary degree or has qualifications that the College considers to be equivalent to holding such a degree,

(ii) holds a secondary school graduation diploma or has qualifications that the College considers to be equivalent to holding such a diploma,

(iii) holds technological qualifications, or

(iv) has an acceptable degree of fluency in a language in the Anishinaabek, Mushkegowuk, Onkwehonwe or Lenape language groups;

(e) in the case of an applicant for a general certificate of qualification and registration, a transcript of the program of professional education that was successfully completed by the applicant, and other evidence satisfactory to the Registrar that the person has met the requirements for the certificate for which the applicant is applying;

(f) in the case of an applicant for a transitional certificate of qualification and registration, a transcript of the first session that was successfully completed by the applicant of a multi-session program of professional education, and other evidence satisfactory to the Registrar that the person has met the requirements for the certificate for which the applicant is applying;

(g) evidence satisfactory to the Registrar indicating the applicant’s areas of study in the program of professional education;

(h) in the case of an applicant who has been certified as a teacher in a jurisdiction outside Ontario,

(i) every certificate, licence, registration or other form of official recognition currently or previously held by the applicant that was granted by a teacher regulatory authority and that attests or attested to the person being qualified to practise the teaching occupation in an elementary or secondary school,

(ii) for each certificate, licence, registration or other form of official recognition referred to in subclause (i) currently held by the applicant, a statement of professional standing, letter or other evidence satisfactory to the Registrar from the teacher regulatory authority,

(A) providing information on whether the applicant’s certificate, licence, registration or other form of official recognition has ever been suspended, cancelled or revoked, and

(B) identifying any terms, conditions or limitations on the certificate, licence, registration or other form of official recognition, and

(iii) for each certificate, licence, registration or other form of official recognition referred to in subclause (i) previously held by the applicant, a statement of professional standing, letter or other evidence satisfactory to the Registrar from the teacher regulatory authority,

(A) providing information regarding the reasons the applicant’s certificate, licence, registration, or other form of official recognition was suspended, cancelled or revoked, and

(B) identifying any terms, conditions or limitations that had been placed on the certificate, licence, registration or other form of official recognition; and

(i) in the case of an applicant described in subsection 11 (3), evidence satisfactory to the Registrar that the applicant is deaf or hard of hearing. O. Reg. 176/10, s. 4.

Note: On September 1, 2015, section 4 is revoked and the following substituted: (See: O. Reg. 59/14, ss. 2, 19 (1))

Application requirements, applicant completed program of professional education in Ontario

4.  (1)  A person who has completed a program described in clause (a) of the definition of “program of professional education” in subsection 1 (1) may apply for a certificate of qualification and registration in accordance with subsection (3). O. Reg. 59/14, s. 2.

(2)  A person who has completed a one-year program of professional education may apply for a certificate of qualification and registration in accordance with subsection (3). O. Reg. 59/14, s. 2.

(3)  An applicant described in subsection (1) or (2) shall submit to the Registrar in such manner as the Registrar directs,

(a) the applicant’s certificate of birth or baptism, or other acceptable proof of the date and place of birth;

(b) in the case of an applicant who wishes to have the certificate issued in the applicant’s married name, his or her certificate of marriage or other acceptable proof that the applicant is the person referred to in the document submitted under clause (a);

(c) evidence of any changes of name;

(d) evidence satisfactory to the Registrar that the applicant,

(i) holds an acceptable post-secondary degree or has qualifications that the College considers to be equivalent to holding such a degree,

(ii) holds a secondary school graduation diploma or has qualifications that the College considers to be equivalent to holding such a diploma,

(iii) holds technological qualifications, or

(iv) has an acceptable degree of fluency in a language in the Anishinaabek, Mushkegowuk, Onkwehonwe or Lenape language groups;

(e) in the case of an applicant for a general certificate of qualification and registration, a transcript of the program of professional education that was successfully completed by the applicant, and other evidence satisfactory to the Registrar that the person has met the requirements for the certificate for which the applicant is applying;

(f) in the case of an applicant for a transitional certificate of qualification and registration, a transcript of the first session that was successfully completed by the applicant of a multi-session program of professional education, and other evidence satisfactory to the Registrar that the person has met the requirements for the certificate for which the applicant is applying;

(g) evidence satisfactory to the Registrar indicating the applicant’s areas of study in the program of professional education;

(h) in the case of an applicant who has been certified as a teacher in a jurisdiction outside Ontario,

(i) every certificate, licence, registration or other form of official recognition currently or previously held by the applicant that was granted by a teacher regulatory authority and that attests or attested to the person being qualified to practise the teaching occupation in an elementary or secondary school,

(ii) for each certificate, licence, registration or other form of official recognition referred to in subclause (i) currently held by the applicant, a statement of professional standing, letter or other evidence satisfactory to the Registrar from the teacher regulatory authority,

(A) providing information on whether the applicant’s certificate, licence, registration or other form of official recognition has ever been suspended, cancelled or revoked, and

(B) identifying any terms, conditions or limitations on the certificate, licence, registration or other form of official recognition, and

(iii) for each certificate, licence, registration or other form of official recognition referred to in subclause (i) previously held by the applicant, a statement of professional standing, letter or other evidence satisfactory to the Registrar from the teacher regulatory authority,

(A) providing information regarding the reasons the applicant’s certificate, licence, registration, or other form of official recognition was suspended, cancelled or revoked, and

(B) identifying any terms, conditions or limitations that had been placed on the certificate, licence, registration or other form of official recognition; and

(i) in the case of an applicant described in subsection 11 (3), evidence satisfactory to the Registrar that the applicant is deaf or hard of hearing. O. Reg. 59/14, s. 2.

Application requirements, applicant certified by provincial or territorial teacher regulatory authority

5.  (1)  An applicant for a certificate of qualification and registration who at the time of application holds a certificate, licence, registration or other form of official recognition granted by a provincial or territorial teacher regulatory authority that attests to the person being qualified to practise the teaching occupation in an elementary or secondary school, shall submit to the Registrar in such manner as the Registrar directs,

(a) the items described in clauses 4 (a), (b) and (c);

Note: On September 1, 2015, clause (a) is amended by striking out “clauses 4 (a), (b) and (c)” and substituting “clauses 4 (3) (a), (b) and (c)”. (See: O. Reg. 59/14, ss. 3, 19 (1))

(b) every certificate, licence, registration or other form of official recognition currently or previously held by the applicant that was granted by a provincial or territorial teacher regulatory authority and that attests or attested to the person being qualified to practise the teaching occupation in an elementary or secondary school;

(c) every certificate, licence, registration or other form of official recognition currently or previously held by the applicant that was granted by a teacher regulatory authority outside Canada and that attests or attested to the person being qualified to practise the teaching occupation in an elementary or secondary school;

(d) for each certificate, licence, registration or other form of official recognition referred to in clause (b) or (c) currently held by the applicant, a statement of professional standing, letter or other evidence satisfactory to the Registrar from the teacher regulatory authority,

(i) providing information on whether the applicant’s certificate, licence, registration or other form of official recognition has ever been suspended, cancelled or revoked, and

(ii) identifying any terms, conditions or limitations on the certificate, licence, registration or other form of official recognition;

(e) for each certificate, licence, registration or other form of official recognition referred to in clause (b) or (c) previously held by the applicant, a statement of professional standing, letter or other evidence satisfactory to the Registrar from the teacher regulatory authority,

(i) providing information regarding the reasons the applicant’s certificate, licence, registration, or other form of official recognition was suspended, cancelled or revoked, and

(ii) identifying any terms, conditions or limitations that had been placed on the certificate, licence, registration or other form of official recognition;

(f) in the case of an applicant for a general certificate of qualification and registration, a transcript of the program of professional education that was successfully completed by the applicant;

(g) in the case of an applicant for a transitional certificate of qualification and registration who has successfully completed one or more sessions of a program of professional education delivered over two or more sessions, a transcript of the session or sessions;

(h) if demonstration of proficiency in English or French was not a condition of obtaining the applicant’s certificate, licence, registration or other form of official recognition, evidence satisfactory to the Registrar that the applicant meets the English or French language proficiency requirement described in subsection 7 (1); and

(i) an acknowledgement by the applicant, in a form satisfactory to the Registrar, that the applicant has knowledge of matters applicable to the practice of teaching in Ontario, as long as providing such acknowledgement does not involve material additional training, experience, examinations or assessments. O. Reg. 176/10, s. 5 (1).

(2)  An applicant under subsection (1) may, in addition to submitting his or her transcript of the program of professional education that he or she completed, submit to the Registrar other evidence relating to the applicant’s qualifications with respect to the certificate for which the applicant is applying, and if the evidence is satisfactory to the Registrar, the evidence may be used by the Registrar under subsection (3). O. Reg. 176/10, s. 5 (2).

(3)  A certificate, licence, registration or other form of official recognition submitted by an applicant under this section shall not be used by the Registrar for the purpose of determining the qualifications of the applicant but a certificate, licence, registration or other form of official recognition provided under clause (1) (c) and related evidence provided under clause (1) (d) or (e) may be used for the purpose of determining whether the applicant is of good character. O. Reg. 176/10, s. 5 (3).

(4)  Despite subsection (3), the evidence provided under clause (1) (c), (f) or (g) or subsection (2) may be used by the Registrar for the purpose of identifying the applicant’s areas of study or for the purpose of recording a qualification under Part III. O. Reg. 176/10, s. 5 (4).

Application requirements, applicant certified by a teacher regulatory authority outside Canada

6.  An applicant for a certificate of qualification and registration who at the time of application holds a certificate, licence, registration or other form of official recognition granted by a teacher regulatory authority outside Canada that attests to the person being qualified to practise the teaching occupation in an elementary or secondary school, shall submit to the Registrar in such manner as the Registrar directs,

(a) the items described in clauses 4 (a) to (e) and (g);

Note: On September 1, 2015, clause (a) is amended by striking out “clauses 4 (a) to (e) and (g)” and substituting “clauses 4 (3) (a) to (e) and (g)”. (See: O. Reg. 59/14, ss. 4, 19 (1))

(b) every certificate, licence, registration or other form of official recognition currently or previously held by the applicant that was granted by a teacher regulatory authority and that attests or attested to the person being qualified to practise the teaching occupation in an elementary or secondary school;

(c) for each certificate, licence, registration or other form of official recognition referred to in clause (b) currently held by the applicant, a statement of professional standing, letter or other evidence satisfactory to the Registrar from the teacher regulatory authority,

(i) providing information on whether the applicant’s certificate, licence, registration or other form of official recognition has ever been suspended, cancelled or revoked, and

(ii) identifying any terms, conditions or limitations on the certificate, licence, registration or other form of official recognition;

(d) for each certificate, licence, registration or other form of official recognition referred to in clause (b) previously held by the applicant, a statement of professional standing, letter or other evidence satisfactory to the Registrar from the teacher regulatory authority,

(i) providing information regarding the reasons the applicant’s certificate, licence, registration, or other form of official recognition was suspended, cancelled or revoked, and

(ii) identifying any terms, conditions or limitations that had been placed on the certificate, licence, registration or other form of official recognition;

(e) evidence satisfactory to the Registrar that the applicant meets the English or French language proficiency requirement described in subsection 7 (1);

(f) an acknowledgement by the applicant, in a form satisfactory to the Registrar, that the applicant has knowledge of matters applicable to the practice of teaching in Ontario; and

(g) in the case of an applicant described in subsection 11 (3), evidence satisfactory to the Registrar that the applicant is deaf or hard of hearing. O. Reg. 176/10, s. 6.

Note: On September 1, 2015, the Regulation is amended by adding the following sections: (See: O. Reg. 59/14, ss. 5, 19 (1))

Reapplication requirements, previous certificate cancelled due to resignation

6.1  (1)  A person who previously held a certificate of qualification and registration and whose certificate was cancelled under subsection 14 (3) of the Act due to the applicant’s resignation may apply for a new certificate of qualification and registration in accordance with subsection (3). O. Reg. 59/14, s. 5.

(2)  A person who previously held a certificate listed in subsection 36 (1) or (2) of this Regulation and whose certificate was cancelled under subsection 14 (3) of the Act before May 20, 2010 due to the applicant’s resignation may apply for a certificate of qualification and registration in accordance with subsection (3). O. Reg. 59/14, s. 5.

(3)  An applicant described in subsection (1) or (2) shall submit to the Registrar in such manner as the Registrar directs,

(a) if requested by the Registrar, evidence satisfactory to the Registrar of the applicant’s identity;

(b) in the case of an applicant who wishes to have the certificate issued in the applicant’s married name, his or her certificate of marriage or other acceptable proof that the applicant is the person referred to in the document submitted under clause (a);

(c) evidence of any changes of name;

(d) evidence satisfactory to the Registrar that the applicant previously held a certificate of qualification and registration or a certificate listed in subsection 36 (1) or (2) of this Regulation, that the certificate was cancelled due to the applicant’s resignation, and such evidence relating to the resignation as the Registrar requires in order to determine whether there are reasonable grounds for refusing to issue a certificate of qualification and registration under subsection 18 (2) of the Act;

(e) evidence satisfactory to the Registrar of any programs of professional education or teacher education programs successfully completed by the applicant, or any academic or technological qualifications attained by the applicant after the applicant ceased to be a member of the College and which the applicant wishes the Registrar to consider;

(f) evidence satisfactory to the Registrar of any programs of additional qualification that the applicant successfully completed while he or she held the previous certificate but that were not recorded on it and which the applicant wishes the Registrar to consider;

(g) if the previous certificate was a transitional certificate of qualification and registration, evidence satisfactory to the Registrar that the requirements of section 16, as they read on the day the certificate was granted, have been satisfied;

(h) if the previous certificate was a certificate listed in subsection 36 (2), evidence satisfactory to the Registrar that the requirements of section 16, as they read on August 31, 2015, have been satisfied;

(i) if the previous certificate was a certificate listed in subsection 36 (1) or (2) and would have been subject to subsection 36 (3) or (4) had the certificate been held on May 19, 2010, evidence satisfactory to the Registrar that any terms, conditions or limitations that would have been applicable under subsection 36 (3) or (4) have been satisfied;

(j) if the previous certificate would not have been subject to subsection 36 (3) had the certificate been held on May 19, 2010, and if at the time of cancellation the certificate included terms, conditions or limitations, evidence satisfactory to the Registrar that the applicant has satisfied the terms, conditions or limitations; and

(k) in the case of an applicant who has been certified as a teacher in a jurisdiction outside Ontario,

(i) every certificate, licence, registration or other form of official recognition currently or previously held by the applicant that was granted by a teacher regulatory authority and that attests or attested to the person being qualified to practise the teaching occupation in an elementary or secondary school,

(ii) for each certificate, licence, registration or other form of official recognition referred to in subclause (i) currently held by the applicant, a statement of professional standing, letter or other evidence satisfactory to the Registrar from the teacher regulatory authority,

(A) providing information on whether the applicant’s certificate, licence, registration or other form of official recognition has ever been suspended, cancelled or revoked, and

(B) identifying any terms, conditions or limitations on the certificate, licence, registration or other form of official recognition, and

(iii) for each certificate, licence, registration or other form of official recognition referred to in subclause (i) previously held by the applicant, a statement of professional standing, letter or other evidence satisfactory to the Registrar from the teacher regulatory authority,

(A) providing information regarding the reasons the applicant’s certificate, licence, registration or other form of official recognition was suspended, cancelled or revoked, and

(B) identifying any terms, conditions or limitations that had been placed on the certificate, licence, registration or other form of official recognition. O. Reg. 59/14, s. 5.

Reapplication requirements, certificate cancelled due to expiry

6.2  (1)  A person who previously held a certificate of qualification and registration and whose certificate was cancelled under subsection 14 (4) of the Act due to the expiry of the certificate may apply for a new certificate of qualification and registration in accordance with subsection (3). O. Reg. 59/14, s. 5.

(2)  A person who previously held a certificate listed in subsection 36 (1) or (2) of this Regulation and whose certificate was cancelled under subsection 14 (4) of the Act before May 20, 2010 due to the expiry of the certificate may apply for a certificate of qualification and registration in accordance with subsection (3). O. Reg. 59/14, s. 5.

(3)  An applicant described in subsection (1) or (2) shall submit to the Registrar in such manner as the Registrar directs,

(a) if requested by the Registrar, evidence satisfactory to the Registrar of the applicant’s identity;

(b) in the case of an applicant who wishes to have the certificate issued in the applicant’s married name, his or her certificate of marriage or other acceptable proof that the applicant is the person referred to in the document submitted under clause (a);

(c) evidence of any changes of name;

(d) evidence satisfactory to the Registrar that the applicant previously held a certificate of qualification and registration or a certificate listed in subsection 36 (1) or (2) and that the certificate was cancelled due to its expiry;

(e) evidence satisfactory to the Registrar of any programs of professional education or teacher education programs successfully completed by the applicant, or any academic or technological qualifications attained by the applicant after the applicant ceased to be a member of the College and which the applicant wishes the Registrar to consider;

(f) evidence satisfactory to the Registrar of any programs of additional qualification that the applicant successfully completed while he or she held the previous certificate but that were not recorded on it and which the applicant wishes the Registrar to consider;

(g) if the previous certificate was a transitional certificate of qualification and registration, evidence satisfactory to the Registrar that the requirements of section 16, as they read on the day the certificate was granted, have been satisfied;

(h) if the previous certificate was a certificate listed in subsection 36 (2), evidence satisfactory to the Registrar that the requirements of section 16, as they read on August 31, 2015, have been satisfied;

(i) if the previous certificate was a certificate listed in subsection 36 (1) or (2) and would have been subject to subsection 36 (3) or (4) had the certificate been held on May 19, 2010, evidence satisfactory to the Registrar that any terms, conditions or limitations that would have been applicable under subsection 36 (3) or (4) have been satisfied;

(j) if the previous certificate would not have been subject to subsection 36 (3) had the certificate been held on May 19, 2010, and if at the time of cancellation the certificate included terms, conditions or limitations, evidence satisfactory to the Registrar that the applicant has satisfied the terms, conditions or limitations; and

(k) in the case of an applicant who has been certified as a teacher in a jurisdiction outside Ontario,

(i) every certificate, licence, registration or other form of official recognition currently or previously held by the applicant that was granted by a teacher regulatory authority and that attests or attested to the person being qualified to practise the teaching occupation in an elementary or secondary school,

(ii) for each certificate, licence, registration or other form of official recognition referred to in subclause (i) currently held by the applicant, a statement of professional standing, letter or other evidence satisfactory to the Registrar from the teacher regulatory authority,

(A) providing information on whether the applicant’s certificate, licence, registration or other form of official recognition has ever been suspended, cancelled or revoked, and

(B) identifying any terms, conditions or limitations on the certificate, licence, registration or other form of official recognition, and

(iii) for each certificate, licence, registration or other form of official recognition referred to in subclause (i) previously held by the applicant, a statement of professional standing, letter or other evidence satisfactory to the Registrar from the teacher regulatory authority,

(A) providing information regarding the reasons the applicant’s certificate, licence, registration or other form of official recognition was suspended, cancelled or revoked, and

(B) identifying any terms, conditions or limitations that had been placed on the certificate, licence, registration or other form of official recognition. O. Reg. 59/14, s. 5.

Language proficiency requirements

7.  (1)  A person meets the English or French language proficiency requirements referred to in clauses 5 (1) (h) and 6 (e) if the person,

(a) successfully completed an acceptable program of professional education that was taught in English or French; or

(b) successfully completed an English or French language proficiency test that,

(i) tests the applicant’s ability to comprehend and communicate in English or French,

(ii) has both an oral and a written component,

(iii) is acceptable to the College, and

(iv) is administered by a person or organization acceptable to the College. O. Reg. 176/10, s. 7 (1).

(2)  The Registrar may exempt an applicant from the requirement under clause 5 (1) (h) or 6 (e) to meet the English or French language proficiency requirement if the applicant provides evidence satisfactory to the Registrar of the language of instruction of the applicant’s elementary, secondary and post-secondary education, other than the program of professional education, and after taking into account the language of such education, the Registrar is satisfied that the applicant is able to comprehend and communicate effectively in English or French, as the case may be. O. Reg. 176/10, s. 7 (2).

Documents

8.  (1)  If the Registrar has satisfactory evidence that an applicant cannot, for reasons beyond the applicant’s control, obtain a document demonstrating that the applicant has met an application requirement under section 4, 5 or 6, the Registrar may accept alternative evidence satisfactory to him or her that the applicant has met the requirement. O. Reg. 176/10, s. 8 (1).

Note: On September 1, 2015, subsection (1) is amended by striking out “section 4, 5 or 6” and substituting “section 4, 5, 6, 6.1 or 6.2”. (See: O. Reg. 59/14, ss. 6, 19 (1))

(2)  Where a person is required by this Regulation to provide a document to the Registrar, the person shall provide either the original document or a copy of it, as determined by the Registrar. O. Reg. 176/10, s. 8 (2).

Application requirements, all applicants

9.  An applicant for a certificate of qualification and registration shall submit the following to the Registrar in such manner as the Registrar directs, in addition to the items that are required to be submitted under section 4, 5 or 6:

Note: On September 1, 2015, section 9 is amended by striking out “section 4, 5 or 6” in the portion before paragraph 1 and substituting “section 4, 5, 6, 6.1 or 6.2”. (See: O. Reg. 59/14, ss. 7, 19 (1))

1. An original report that,

i. contains information on criminal offences of which the applicant has been convicted under the Criminal Code (Canada) and for which a pardon under section 4.1 of the Criminal Records Act (Canada) has not been granted or issued to him or her, and

ii. has been prepared by a police force or service not more than six months before the day on which the report is provided to the Registrar and that includes, at a minimum, national data from the Canadian Police Information Centre database.

2. A criminal record declaration, in a form prescribed by the by-laws, that lists,

i. all of the applicant’s convictions for offences under the Criminal Code (Canada) up to the date of the declaration for which a pardon under section 4.1 of the Criminal Records Act (Canada) has not been granted or issued to him or her, and

ii. all of the applicant’s convictions for criminal offences under the laws of other jurisdictions.

3. A completed applicant’s declaration, in a form prescribed in the by-laws. O. Reg. 176/10, s. 9.

Grounds for refusal

10.  In addition to the grounds for refusal set out in subsection 18 (2) of the Act, the Registrar may refuse to grant a certificate of qualification and registration to an applicant who,

(a) has not satisfied the applicable requirements under sections 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 and 9;

Note: On September 1, 2015, clause (a) is amended by striking out “6” and substituting “6, 6.1, 6.2”. (See: O. Reg. 59/14, ss. 8, 19 (1))

(b) has made a representation or declaration in connection with his or her application that was false or misleading in a material respect; or

(c) has a certificate, licence, registration or other form of official recognition granted by a provincial or territorial teacher regulatory authority that attests to the person being qualified to practise the teaching occupation in an elementary or secondary school that is subject to terms, conditions or limitations and the College does not impose the equivalent terms, conditions or limitations on general or transitional certificates of qualification and registration. O. Reg. 176/10, s. 10.

Requirements for General Certificate of Qualification and Registration

Applicants under s. 4 or 6

11.  (1)  The Registrar may grant to an applicant under section 4 or 6 a general certificate of qualification and registration if the Registrar has satisfactory evidence that the applicant has complied with section 4 or 6, as the case may be, and section 9, and has met the requirements set out in subsection (2), (3), (4) or (5). O. Reg. 176/10, s. 11 (1).

Note: On September 1, 2015, subsection (1) is revoked and the following substituted: (See: O. Reg. 239/14, ss. 2 (1), 17 (1))

Applicants under s. 4 (1) or 6

(1)  The Registrar may grant to an applicant under subsection 4 (1) or section 6 a general certificate of qualification and registration if the Registrar has satisfactory evidence that the applicant has complied with subsection 4 (3) or section 6, as the case may be, and section 9, and has met the requirements set out in subsection (2), (3), (4), (5) or (5.1). O. Reg. 239/14, s. 2 (1).

(2)  The requirements under this subsection are that the applicant,

(a) holds an acceptable post-secondary degree or qualifications the College considers to be equivalent to such a degree, or technological qualifications; and

(b) has successfully completed,

(i) a program of professional education described in subsection 1 (2) or clause 1 (3) (a) of the accreditation regulation, or

(ii) a program that is acceptable to the College and not substantially different from a program described in subclause (i). O. Reg. 176/10, s. 11 (2).

Note: On September 1, 2015, subclause (ii) is amended by adding “for an applicant under section 6” at the beginning. (See: O. Reg. 59/14, ss. 9 (2), 19 (1))

(3)  The requirements under this subsection are that the applicant,

(a) is deaf or hard of hearing;

(b) holds an acceptable post-secondary degree or qualifications the College considers to be equivalent to such a degree, or technological qualifications; and

(c) has successfully completed,

(i) a program of professional education described in clause 1 (3) (b) of the accreditation regulation for teachers of students who are deaf or hard of hearing, or

(ii) a program that is acceptable to the College and not substantially different from a program described in subclause (i). O. Reg. 176/10, s. 11 (3).

Note: On September 1, 2015, subclause (ii) is amended by adding “for an applicant under section 6” at the beginning. (See: O. Reg. 59/14, ss. 9 (3), 19 (1))

(4)  The requirements under this subsection are that the applicant,

(a) is of First Nation, Métis or Inuit ancestry;

(b) holds a secondary school graduation diploma or has qualifications that the College considers to be equivalent to holding such a diploma; and

(c) has successfully completed,

(i) a program of professional education described in subsection 1 (4) of the accreditation regulation for persons of First Nation, Métis or Inuit ancestry, which prepares them to teach the primary and junior divisions, or

(ii) a program that is acceptable to the College and not substantially different from a program described in subclause (i). O. Reg. 176/10, s. 11 (4).

Note: On September 1, 2015, subclause (ii) is amended by adding “for an applicant under section 6” at the beginning. (See: O. Reg. 59/14, ss. 9 (4), 19 (1))

(5)  The requirements under this subsection are that the applicant,

(a) has demonstrated an acceptable degree of fluency in a language in the Anishinaabek, Mushkegowuk, Onkwehonwe or Lenape language groups; and

(b) has successfully completed,

(i) a program of professional education described in clause 1 (3) (c) of the accreditation regulation for teachers of Native languages, or

(ii) a program that is acceptable to the College and not substantially different from a program described in subclause (i). O. Reg. 176/10, s. 11 (5).

Note: On September 1, 2015, subclause (ii) is amended by adding “for an applicant under section 6” at the beginning. (See: O. Reg. 59/14, ss. 9 (5), 19 (1))

Note: On September 1, 2015, section 11 is amended by adding the following subsection: (See: O. Reg. 239/14, ss. 2 (2), 17 (1))

(5.1)  The requirements under this subsection are that the applicant,

(a) holds,

(i) an acceptable post-secondary degree or qualifications the College considers to be equivalent to such a degree, and

(ii) technological qualifications; and

(b) has successfully completed,

(i) a program of professional education described in subparagraph 1 v of subsection 1 (2) of the accreditation regulation, or

(ii) for an applicant under section 6, a program that is acceptable to the College and not substantially different from a program described in subclause (i). O. Reg. 239/14, s. 2 (2).

Note: On September 1, 2015, section 11 is amended by adding the following subsection: (See: O. Reg. 59/14, ss. 9 (6), 19 (1))

(6)  For greater certainty, the Registrar may not grant a certificate of qualification and registration under this section to a person who has completed a one-year program of professional education. O. Reg. 59/14, s. 9 (6).

Applicants under s. 6 with incomplete requirements

12.  (1)  The Registrar may grant a general certificate of qualification and registration to an applicant under section 6 who has not completed the requirements set out in subsection 11 (2) if,

(a) the applicant has not previously held a general certificate of qualification and registration;

(b) the applicant,

(i) has completed the requirements described in paragraphs 1 and 2 of subsection (2) but not the requirement described in paragraph 3 of that subsection, or

(ii) has completed the requirement described in paragraph 3 of subsection (2) but not one or both of the requirements described in paragraph 1 and 2 of that subsection; and

(c) the applicant has otherwise completed the requirements set out in subsection 11 (2). O. Reg. 176/10, s. 12 (1).

Note: On September 1, 2015, subsection (1) is revoked and the following substituted: (See: O. Reg. 239/14, ss. 3 (1), 17 (1))

Applicants under s. 4 (2) or 6 — incomplete requirements

(1)  The Registrar may grant a general certificate of qualification and registration to an applicant under subsection 4 (2) or section 6 who has not completed the requirement set out in clause 11 (2) (b), (3) (c), (4) (c), (5) (b) or (5.1) (b), as the case may be, if the Registrar has satisfactory evidence that,

(a) the applicant has not previously held a general certificate of qualification and registration;

(b) the applicant has met either,

(i) the requirements described in paragraphs 1, 2 and 4 of subsection (2), or

(ii) the requirement described in paragraph 3 of subsection (2);

(c) for an applicant described in subsection 4 (2), the applicant completed a one-year program of professional education; and

(d) the applicant otherwise meets all the other requirements mentioned in subsection 11 (1) and in subsection 11 (2), (3), (4), (5) or (5.1), as the case may be. O. Reg. 239/14, s. 3 (1).

(1.1)  Subsection (1) applies to every application described in that subsection in respect of which a general certificate of qualification and registration has not been granted before September 1, 2015. O. Reg. 239/14, s. 3 (1).

(2)  The requirements referred to in clause (1) (b) are the following:

1. The requirement that the applicant hold,

i. qualifications in the primary and junior divisions, with or without a focus on the teaching of French as a second language,

ii. qualifications in the junior division, and in the intermediate division in a general education subject for grades 7 and 8 listed in Schedule A,

iii. qualifications in the intermediate division and in the senior division in two general education subjects listed in Schedule A, or

iv. qualifications in Grades 9 and 10 in one technological education subject listed in Schedule B, and in grades 11 and 12 in the same subject.

Note: On September 1, 2015, paragraph 1 is amended by striking out “or” at the end of subparagraph iii and by adding the following subparagraphs: (See: O. Reg. 239/14, ss. 3 (2), 17 (1))

v. qualifications to be teachers of students who are deaf or hard of hearing,

vi. qualifications for the primary and junior divisions obtained in a program of professional education for persons of First Nation, Métis or Inuit ancestry,

vii. qualifications to be teachers of Native languages, or

viii. qualifications in the intermediate division and in the senior division in one general education subject listed in Schedule A, and qualifications in grades 9 and 10 and in grades 11 and 12 in one technological education subject listed in Schedule B.

2. The requirement that the applicant have completed a practicum that was a minimum of 40 days.

Note: On September 1, 2015, paragraph 2 is amended by striking out “40” and substituting “80”. (See: O. Reg. 59/14, ss. 10 (3), 19 (1))

3. The requirement that the applicant have completed educational theory and foundation courses, including courses on human development and learning throughout the primary, junior, intermediate and senior divisions. O. Reg. 176/10, s. 12 (2).

Note: On September 1, 2015, subsection (2) is amended by adding the following paragraph: (See: O. Reg. 59/14, ss. 10 (4), 19 (1))

4. The requirement that the applicant have successfully completed a teacher education program that was four academic semesters.

(3)  A general certificate of qualification and registration granted under subsection (1) shall identify the requirements that have not been completed and the completion of the requirements shall be recorded by the Registrar as conditions on the certificate. O. Reg. 176/10, s. 12 (3).

(4)  The Registrar may remove the conditions referred to in subsection (3) from a general certificate of qualification and registration granted under subsection (1) if the applicant submits, before the certificate expires, evidence acceptable to the Registrar that the applicant has completed the requirements identified under subsection (3), and once the conditions are removed subsection (5) does not apply to the certificate. O. Reg. 176/10, s. 12 (4).

(5)  A general certificate of qualification and registration granted under subsection (1) expires three years after the day it was granted unless it is extended under subsection (6) or (7). O. Reg. 176/10, s. 12 (5).

Note: On September 1, 2015, subsection (5) is amended by striking out “three” and substituting “five” and by striking out “or (7)” at the end. (See: O. Reg. 59/14, ss. 10 (5), 19 (1))

(6)  The Registrar may extend for one year a general certificate of qualification and registration granted under subsection (1) if the holder of the certificate submits to the Registrar, before the certificate expires, evidence satisfactory to the Registrar that he or she is a member of the College in good standing and has taken reasonable steps to complete the requirements identified under subsection (3). O. Reg. 176/10, s. 12 (6).

Note: On September 1, 2015, subsection (6) is revoked and the following substituted: (See: O. Reg. 59/14, ss. 10 (6), 19 (1))

(6)  The Registrar may extend for one year a general certificate of qualification and registration granted under subsection (1) if the holder of the certificate submits to the Registrar, before the certificate expires, evidence satisfactory to the Registrar that he or she is a member of the College in good standing and that there are exceptional circumstances that prevented him or her from completing the incomplete requirements identified under subsection (3). O. Reg. 59/14, s. 10 (6).

(7)  The Registrar may further extend for one year a general certificate of qualification and registration that was already extended under subsection (6) if the holder of the certificate submits to the Registrar, before the certificate expires, evidence satisfactory to the Registrar that he or she is a member of the College in good standing and there are exceptional circumstances that prevented him or her from completing the requirements identified under subsection (3). O. Reg. 176/10, s. 12 (7).

Note: On September 1, 2015, subsection (7) is revoked and the following substituted: (See: O. Reg. 59/14, ss. 10 (6), 19 (1))

(7)  Subsections (5), (6) and (7), as they read on August 31, 2015, continue to apply to general certificates of qualification and registration granted before September 1, 2015. O. Reg. 59/14, s. 10 (6).

Applicants under s. 5

13.  The Registrar may grant to an applicant under section 5 a general certificate of qualification and registration if the Registrar has satisfactory evidence that,

(a) the applicant has complied with sections 5 and 9;

(b) the applicant holds a certificate, licence, registration or other form of official recognition granted by a provincial or territorial teacher regulatory authority that attests to the person being qualified to practise the teaching occupation in an elementary or secondary school; and

(c) the certificate, licence, registration or other form of official recognition is not suspended, cancelled or revoked. O. Reg. 176/10, s. 13.

Note: On September 1, 2015, the Regulation is amended by adding the following sections: (See: O. Reg. 59/14, ss. 11, 19 (1))

Applicants under s. 6.1 (resignation)

13.1  (1)  The Registrar may grant to an applicant under section 6.1 a general certificate of qualification and registration if the Registrar has satisfactory evidence that the applicant has complied with sections 6.1 and 9 and has met any applicable requirements set out in subsection (2) or (3). O. Reg. 59/14, s. 11.

(2)  For an applicant described in subsection 6.1 (1), the requirements under this subsection are that,

(a) if the applicant previously held a transitional certificate, the requirements of section 16, as they read on the day the certificate was granted, have been satisfied; and

(b) the applicant has satisfied any terms, conditions or limitations that were included on the certificate at the time of cancellation. O. Reg. 59/14, s. 11.

(3)  For an applicant described in subsection 6.1 (2), the requirements under this subsection are that,

(a) if the applicant previously held a certificate listed in subsection 36 (2), the requirements of section 16, as they read on August 31, 2015, have been satisfied; and

(b) the applicant has satisfied any applicable terms, conditions or limitations described in clause 6.1 (3) (i) or (j). O. Reg. 59/14, s. 11.

Applicants under s. 6.2 (expiry)

13.2  (1)  The Registrar may grant to an applicant under section 6.2 a general certificate of qualification and registration if the Registrar has satisfactory evidence that the applicant has complied with sections 6.2 and 9 and has met any applicable requirements set out in subsection (2) or (3). O. Reg. 59/14, s. 11.

(2)  For an applicant described in subsection 6.2 (1), the requirements under this subsection are that,

(a) if the applicant previously held a transitional certificate, the requirements of section 16, as they read on the day the certificate was granted, have been satisfied; and

(b) the applicant has satisfied any terms, conditions or limitations that were included on the certificate at the time of cancellation. O. Reg. 59/14, s. 11.

(3)  For an applicant described in subsection 6.2 (2), the requirements under this subsection are that,

(a) if the applicant previously held a certificate listed in subsection 36 (2), the requirements of section 16, as they read on August 31, 2015, have been satisfied; and

(b) the applicant has satisfied any applicable terms, conditions or limitations described in clause 6.2 (3) (i) or (j). O. Reg. 59/14, s. 11.

Requirements for Transitional Certificate of Qualification and Registration

Applicants under s. 4

14.  (1)  The Registrar may grant to an applicant under section 4 a transitional certificate of qualification and registration, valid for six years, if the Registrar has satisfactory evidence that the applicant has complied with sections 4 and 9, has not previously held a transitional certificate of qualification and registration and has met the requirements set out in subsection (2), (3), (4) or (5). O. Reg. 176/10, s. 14 (1).

Note: On September 1, 2015, subsection (1) is amended by striking out “(4) or (5)” at the end and substituting “(4), (5) or (6)”. (See: O. Reg. 239/14, ss. 4 (1), 17 (1))

(2)  The requirements under this subsection are that the applicant,

(a) holds an acceptable post-secondary degree or qualifications the College considers to be equivalent to such a degree, or technological qualifications; and

(b) has successfully completed the first session of a multi-session program of professional education described in subsection 1 (2) or clause 1 (3) (a) of the accreditation regulation. O. Reg. 176/10, s. 14 (2).

(3)  The requirements under this subsection are that the applicant,

(a) is deaf or hard of hearing;

(b) holds an acceptable post-secondary degree or qualifications the College considers to be equivalent to such a degree, or technological qualifications; and

(c) has successfully completed the first session of a multi-session program of professional education described in clause 1 (3) (b) of the accreditation regulation. O. Reg. 176/10, s. 14 (3).

(4)  The requirements under this subsection are that the applicant,

(a) is of First Nation, Métis or Inuit ancestry;

(b) holds a secondary school graduation diploma or has qualifications that the College considers to be equivalent to holding such a diploma; and

(c) has successfully completed the first session of a multi-session program of professional education described in subsection 1 (4) of the accreditation regulation for persons of First Nation, Métis or Inuit ancestry, which prepares them to teach the primary and junior divisions. O. Reg. 176/10, s. 14 (4).

(5)  The requirements under this subsection are that the applicant,

(a) has demonstrated an acceptable degree of fluency in a language in the Anishinaabek, Mushkegowuk, Onkwehonwe or Lenape language groups; and

(b) has successfully completed the first session of a multi-session program of professional education described in clause 1 (3) (c) of the accreditation regulation for teachers of Native languages. O. Reg. 176/10, s. 14 (5).

Note: On September 1, 2015, section 14 is amended by adding the following subsection: (See: O. Reg. 239/14, ss. 4 (2), 17 (1))

(6)  The requirements under this subsection are that the applicant,

(a) holds,

(i) an acceptable post-secondary degree or qualifications the College considers to be equivalent to such a degree, and

(ii) technological qualifications, and

(b) has successfully completed the first session of a multi-session program of professional education described in subparagraph 1 v of subsection 1 (2) of the accreditation regulation. O. Reg. 239/14, s. 4 (2).

Applicants under s. 5

15.  The Registrar may grant to an applicant under section 5 a transitional certificate of qualification and registration, valid for six years, if the Registrar has satisfactory evidence that,

(a) the applicant has complied with sections 5 and 9;

(b) the applicant holds a certificate, licence, registration or other form of official recognition granted by a provincial or territorial teacher regulatory authority that attests to the person being qualified to practise the teaching occupation in an elementary or secondary school within the limits of the certificate,

(i) that is equivalent to a transitional certificate of qualification and registration granted under section 14, and

(ii) that expires after a specified time or that requires the applicant to complete a program of professional education that is delivered over two or more sessions within a specified time; and

(c) the certificate, licence, registration or other form of official recognition is not suspended, cancelled or revoked. O. Reg. 176/10, s. 15.

Conversion of transitional certificates of qualification and registration

16.  The Registrar may grant to an applicant who holds a transitional certificate of qualification and registration under section 14 or 15 the corresponding general certificate of qualification and registration if the Registrar has satisfactory evidence that,

(a) the applicant has successfully completed a practicum of a minimum of 40 days that meets the requirements set out in subsection 9 (2) of the accreditation regulation; and

Note: On September 1, 2015, clause (a) is amended by striking out “40” and substituting “80”. (See: O. Reg. 59/14, ss. 12, 19 (1))

(b) the applicant has successfully completed the final session of a multi-session program of professional education. O. Reg. 176/10, s. 16.

Extension of transitional certificates

17.  (1)  The Registrar may extend for one year a transitional certificate of qualification and registration granted under section 14 or 15 if the Registrar has satisfactory evidence that the holder of the transitional certificate is a member of the College in good standing and has taken reasonable steps during the term of the certificate to complete a multi-session program of professional education. O. Reg. 176/10, s. 17 (1).

(2)  An extension shall not be granted under subsection (1) unless the holder of the transitional certificate requests the extension before the certificate expires. O. Reg. 176/10, s. 17 (2).

Terms, Conditions and Limitations of Certificates; Contents of Certificates

Terms, conditions and limitations

18.  A general or transitional certificate of qualification and registration granted under section 11, 12 or 14 may be subject to terms, conditions or limitations imposed by the Registrar under the Act and a general or transitional certificate of qualification and registration granted under section 13 or 15 may be subject to terms, conditions or limitations referred to in paragraph 1 or 2 of subsection 9 (7) of the Ontario Labour Mobility Act, 2009. O. Reg. 176/10, s. 18.

Note: On September 1, 2015, section 18 is revoked and the following substituted: (See: O. Reg. 59/14, ss. 13, 19 (1))

Terms, conditions and limitations

18.  (1)  A general or transitional certificate of qualification and registration granted under section 11, 12, 13.1, 13.2, 14 or 16 or deemed to be held under subsection 37 (5), (6), (8), (9), (10) or (11) may be subject to terms, conditions or limitations imposed by the Registrar under the Act. O. Reg. 59/14, s. 13.

(2)  A general or transitional certificate of qualification and registration granted under section 13 or 15 may be subject to terms, conditions or limitations referred to in paragraph 1 or 2 of subsection 9 (7) of the Ontario Labour Mobility Act, 2009. O. Reg. 59/14, s. 13.

Contents of certificate

19.  (1)  Every general or transitional certificate of qualification and registration shall be issued in the form prescribed by the by-laws, and shall indicate,

(a) whether it is a general or transitional certificate of qualification and registration;

(b) the program of professional education successfully completed by the applicant, or in the case of a transitional certificate of qualification and registration, the multi-session program of professional education of which the applicant has successfully completed the first session;

(c) the qualifications an applicant has received in his or her program of professional education or in a program of additional qualification;

(d) all acceptable post-secondary degrees granted to the applicant;

(e) if the applicant has a qualification in International Languages or in Native Languages, the language that was studied; and

(f) any terms, conditions or limitations on the general or transitional certificate of qualification and registration that were recorded on the certificate under subsection 12 (3) or imposed pursuant to the Ontario College of Teachers Act, 1996 or paragraph 1 or 2 of subsection 9 (7) of the Ontario Labour Mobility Act, 2009. O. Reg. 176/10, s. 19 (1); O. Reg. 59/14, s. 14.

(2)  Every entry with respect to clause (1) (c) on a general or transitional certificate of qualification and registration shall indicate by the language in which the entry is recorded whether the program or qualification was taken in English or French or, where a program or qualification was not taken in English or French, the applicant’s French or English language proficiency as determined under section 7. O. Reg. 176/10, s. 19 (2).

Reinstated certificates

19.1  Unless otherwise directed by an order of the Discipline Committee or the Fitness to Practise Committee, a certificate of qualification and registration issued pursuant to subsection 33 (6) or (14) of the Act shall,

(a) indicate that the applicant received the same qualifications in his or her program of professional education and the same additional qualifications as were indicated on the certificate of qualification and registration held by the applicant immediately before it was revoked or suspended;

(b) indicate and be subject to the same terms, conditions and limitations as were indicated on the certificate of qualification and registration held by the member immediately before it was revoked or suspended; and

(c) indicate and be subject to any other terms, conditions or limitations ordered by the Discipline Committee or the Fitness to Practise Committee. O. Reg. 59/14, s. 15.

PART III
ADDITIONAL QUALIFICATIONS

General

Interpretation

20.  All qualifications referred to in this Part, including specialist qualifications, honour specialist qualifications, qualifications for teaching students who are deaf or hard of hearing, parts 1 and 2 principal’s qualifications, the principal’s development qualification and the supervisory officer’s qualification, are additional qualifications under this Part. O. Reg. 176/10, s. 20.

Equivalent additional qualifications

21.  Despite sections 23 to 35, where a candidate is required under the Education Act to hold a specified additional qualification in order to be assigned or appointed to a position by a board, as defined in that Act, the Registrar shall record a qualification that is equivalent to the additional qualification described in those sections on a candidate’s general certificate of qualification and registration, if,

(a) the candidate’s certificate was granted under section 13;

(b) the Registrar has satisfactory evidence that the candidate holds a certificate, licence, registration or other form of official recognition granted by a provincial or territorial teacher regulatory authority that attests to the person being qualified to practise the teaching occupation in an elementary or secondary school and that indicates a qualification equivalent to the additional qualification;

(c) for each certificate, licence, registration or other form of official recognition referred to in clause (b) currently held by the candidate, the candidate has submitted to the Registrar in such manner as the Registrar directs a statement of professional standing, letter or other evidence satisfactory to the Registrar from the teacher regulatory authority,

(i) providing information on whether the candidate’s certificate, licence, registration or other form of official recognition has ever been suspended, cancelled or revoked, and

(ii) identifying any terms, conditions or limitations on the certificate, licence, registration or other form of official recognition; and

(d) the candidate submits an acknowledgement, in a form satisfactory to the Registrar, that he or she has knowledge of matters applicable to the practice of teaching in Ontario that relate to the qualification, as long as providing such acknowledgement does not involve material additional training, experience, examinations or assessments. O. Reg. 176/10, s. 21.

Application for additional qualifications

22.  If an application form and fee for applying for an additional qualification is prescribed by by-law, a candidate for the additional qualification shall apply by submitting the completed application form together with the prescribed fee. O. Reg. 176/10, s. 22.

Additional Qualifications in Schedules A to E and Honour Specialist Qualification in Technological Education

Qualifications in primary and junior divisions, intermediate and senior divisions in general education subjects listed in Schedule A

23.  The Registrar shall record on a candidate’s general certificate of qualification and registration an entry for an additional qualification in the primary division, the junior division, the intermediate division in a general education subject listed in Schedule A or the senior division in a general education subject listed in Schedule A if the Registrar has satisfactory evidence that the candidate,

(a) has successfully completed an accredited program leading to the qualification or has a qualification that the Registrar considers to be equivalent to the successful completion of such a program; and

(b) holds an acceptable post-secondary degree or qualifications the Registrar considers to be equivalent to such a degree. O. Reg. 176/10, s. 23.

Qualifications in grades 9 and 10, grades 11 and 12 in technological education subjects listed in Schedule B

24.  The Registrar shall record on a candidate’s general certificate of qualification and registration an entry for an additional qualification in grades 9 and 10 in a technological education subject listed in Schedule B or in grades 11 and 12 in a technological education subject listed in Schedule B if the Registrar has satisfactory evidence that,

(a) the candidate has successfully completed an accredited program leading to the qualification or has a qualification that the Registrar considers to be equivalent to the successful completion of such a program;

(b) in the case of a candidate for an additional qualification in grades 11 and 12 in a technological education subject listed in Schedule B, the candidate has,

(i) 12 months of work experience, including business or industrial experience, in which the candidate used skills and knowledge related to the subject,

(ii) post-secondary education that the Registrar considers to be equivalent to 12 months work experience, including business or industrial experience, in which the candidate used skills and knowledge related to the subject, or

(iii) a combination of post-secondary education and work experience, including business or industrial experience, in which the candidate used skills and knowledge related to the subject that the Registrar considers to be equivalent to 12 months of work experience, including business or industrial experience related to the subject;

(c) the candidate demonstrated competency related to the subject in any work experience referred to in clause (b); and

(d) in the case of a candidate whose area of study in his or her program of professional education was not in a technological education subject, the candidate meets the requirements set out in clause 1 (3) (b). O. Reg. 176/10, s. 24.

Qualifications in subjects listed in Schedule C

25.  The Registrar shall record on a candidate’s general certificate of qualification and registration an entry for an additional qualification in a subject listed in Schedule C if the Registrar has satisfactory evidence that the candidate has successfully completed an accredited program leading to the qualification or has a qualification that the Registrar considers to be equivalent to the successful completion of such a program. O. Reg. 176/10, s. 25.

Three-part specialist qualifications in subjects listed in Schedule D

26.  (1)  The Registrar shall record on a candidate’s general certificate of qualification and registration an entry for a qualification in part 1 of a three-part specialist qualification in a subject listed in Schedule D, if the Registrar has satisfactory evidence that,

(a) the candidate has successfully completed an accredited program leading to part 1 of the specialist qualification, or an equivalent program;

(b) the candidate’s general certificate of qualification and registration has,

(i) for a candidate for part 1 of the specialist qualification in Kindergarten or Primary Education, an entry for a qualification in the primary division,

(ii) for a candidate for part 1 of the specialist qualification in Junior Education, an entry for a qualification in the junior division,

(iii) for a candidate for part 1 of the specialist qualification in Intermediate Education, an entry for a qualification in the intermediate division in a general education subject listed in Schedule A,

(iv) for a candidate for part 1 of any other specialist qualification listed in Schedule D, an entry for a qualification in the primary division, the junior division, the intermediate division in a general education subject listed in Schedule A or the senior division in a general education subject listed in Schedule A, and

(v) for a candidate for part 1 of the specialist qualification in any of the following subjects listed in Schedule D, an entry for a qualification in the primary division, the junior division, the intermediate division in a general education subject listed in Schedule A, the senior division in a general education subject listed in Schedule A, grades 9 and 10 in a technological education subject listed in Schedule B or grades 11 and 12 in a technological education subject listed in Schedule B:

Actualisation linguistique en français/Programme d’appui aux nouveaux arrivants.

Co-operative Education.

English as a Second Language.

Guidance and Career Education.

Inclusive Classroom.

Integration of Information and Computer Technology in Instruction.

Media.

Music — Instrumental.

Music — Vocal, Intermediate and Senior.

Music — Vocal, Primary and Junior.

Reading.

Religious Education.

Note: On September 1, 2015, subclause (v) is amended by striking out “Religious Education” and substituting “Religious Education in Catholic Schools”. (See: O. Reg. 239/14, ss. 5 (1), 17 (1))

Special Education.

Teacher Leadership.

Teaching Students Who Are Blind.

Teaching Students Who Are Deaf-Blind.

Visual Arts.

Writing; and

(c) for a candidate for part 1 of the specialist qualification in American Sign Language or Langue des signes québecoise or in Aural and Oral Communication, the candidate’s general certificate of qualification and registration has an entry for a qualification in The Deaf listed in Schedule D or Teaching Students Who Are Deaf or Hard of Hearing — ASL/LSQ Communication (Specialist) or Teaching Students Who Are Deaf or Hard of Hearing — Aural and Oral Communication (Specialist), or an equivalent qualification. O. Reg. 176/10, ss. 26 (1), 49 (1); O. Reg. 239/14, s. 5 (2).

Note: On September 1, 2015, clause (c) is amended by striking out “Teaching Students Who Are Deaf or Hard of Hearing — ASL/LSQ Communication (Specialist)” and substituting “Teaching Students Who Are Deaf or Hard of Hearing — American Sign Language (ASL) (Specialist) or Teaching Students Who Are Deaf or Hard of Hearing — Langue des signes québécoise (LSQ) (Specialist)”. (See: O. Reg. 239/14, ss. 5 (3), 17 (1))

(2)  The Registrar shall record on a candidate’s general certificate of qualification and registration an entry for a qualification in part 2 of a three-part specialist qualification in a subject listed in Schedule D, if the Registrar has satisfactory evidence that,

(a) the candidate,

(i) has successfully completed an accredited program leading to part 1 of the specialist qualification, or an equivalent program,

(ii) has successfully completed a program of additional qualification leading to a qualification in the intermediate or senior division in the same subject listed in Schedule A, or

(iii) has an entry for a qualification on his or her general certificate of qualification and registration indicating that he or she studied the subject in his or her program of professional education;

(b) the candidate has at least one school year of successful classroom teaching experience, verified by the appropriate supervisory officer or the appropriate supervisory official; and

(c) after completing the experience referred to in clause (b), the candidate successfully completed an accredited program leading to part 2 of the specialist qualification, or an equivalent program. O. Reg. 176/10, s. 26 (2).

(3)  The Registrar shall record on a candidate’s general certificate of qualification and registration an entry for a specialist qualification in a subject listed in Schedule D, if the Registrar has satisfactory evidence that,

(a) the candidate has successfully completed an accredited program leading to part 2 of the specialist qualification, or an equivalent program;

(b) the candidate has at least two school years of successful classroom teaching experience, including at least one school year teaching the subject, verified by the appropriate supervisory officer or the appropriate supervisory official; and

(c) after completing the experience referred to in clause (b), the candidate successfully completed an accredited program leading to the specialist qualification, or an equivalent program. O. Reg. 176/10, s. 26 (3).

Honour specialist qualifications in subjects listed in Schedule E

27.  (1)  The Registrar shall record on a candidate’s general certificate of qualification and registration an entry for an honour specialist qualification in one or two subjects listed in Schedule E if the Registrar has satisfactory evidence that,

(a) the candidate’s general certificate of qualification and registration has an entry for qualification in the primary division, the junior division, the intermediate division in a general education subject listed in Schedule A or the senior division in a general education subject listed in Schedule A;

(b) the candidate,

(i) holds an acceptable post-secondary degree or its equivalent,

(A) that required four years of post-secondary study,

(B) that required the completion of at least 120 post-secondary credits,

(C) for which the candidate completed, in the case of two subjects, at least 36 post-secondary credits in each subject and at least 84 credits in total in the two subjects, or in the case of one subject, at least 54 post-secondary credits in the subject, and

(D) in which the candidate obtained at least second class or equivalent standing in the subject or subjects, or

(ii) holds qualifications the Registrar considers to be equivalent to the qualifications referred to in subclause (i);

(c) the candidate has at least two school years of successful classroom teaching experience including at least one school year teaching the subject or subjects, verified by the appropriate supervisory officer or the appropriate supervisory official; and

(d) after completing the experience referred to in clause (c), the candidate successfully completed an accredited program leading to the qualification, or an equivalent program. O. Reg. 176/10, s. 27 (1).

Note: On September 1, 2015, subsection (1) is revoked and the following substituted: (See: O. Reg. 239/14, ss. 6 (1), 17 (1))

Honour specialist qualifications in subjects listed in Schedule E

(1)  The Registrar shall record on a candidate’s general certificate of qualification and registration an entry for an honour specialist qualification in one or two subjects listed in Schedule E if the Registrar has satisfactory evidence of the following:

1. The candidate’s general certificate of qualification and registration has an entry for qualification in the primary division, the junior division, the intermediate division in a general education subject listed in Schedule A or the senior division in a general education subject listed in Schedule A.

2. The following applies to the candidate, or the candidate holds qualifications the Registrar considers to be equivalent:

i. The candidate holds an acceptable post-secondary degree or its equivalent that required four years of post-secondary study and the completion of at least 120 post-secondary credits.

ii. In completing the degree or equivalent referred to in subparagraph i, the candidate completed,

A. in the case of two subjects, a minimum of 36 post-secondary credits in each subject and a minimum of 84 post-secondary credits in total in the two subjects, or

B. in the case of one subject, a minimum of 54 post-secondary credits in the subject.

iii. The candidate obtained at least second class or equivalent standing in the minimum number of credits required for each subject.

3. The candidate has at least two school years of successful classroom teaching experience including at least one school year teaching the subject or subjects, verified by the appropriate supervisory officer or the appropriate supervisory official.

4. After completing the experience referred to in paragraph 3, the candidate successfully completed an accredited program leading to the qualification, or an equivalent program. O. Reg. 239/14, s. 6 (1).

(2)  A post-secondary credit that is counted toward meeting the requirements for an honour specialist qualification under sub-subclause (1) (b) (i) (C) shall not be counted toward meeting the requirements for another honour specialist qualification. O. Reg. 176/10, s. 27 (2).

Note: On September 1, 2015, subsection (2) is amended by striking out “sub-subclause (1) (b) (i) (C)” and substituting “subparagraph 2 ii of subsection (1)”. (See: O. Reg. 239/14, ss. 6 (2), 17 (1))

(3)  For the purpose of sub-subclause (1) (b) (i) (C), a post-secondary credit in Anthropology, Psychology or Sociology is a post-secondary credit in Social Sciences. O. Reg. 176/10, s. 27 (3).

Note: On September 1, 2015, subsection (3) is amended by striking out “sub-subclause (1) (b) (i) (C)” and substituting “subparagraph 2 ii of subsection (1)”. (See: O. Reg. 239/14, ss. 6 (3), 17 (1))

Honour specialist qualifications in technological education

28.  (1)  The Registrar shall record on a candidate’s general certificate of qualification and registration an entry for an honour specialist qualification in technological education if the Registrar has satisfactory evidence that,

(a) the candidate has entries on his or her general certificate of qualification and registration for at least,

(i) one qualification in grades 9 and 10 in a technological education subject listed in Schedule B, one qualification in grades 11 and 12 in the same subject, and two other qualifications, each of which is in a different technological education subject listed in Schedule B, in grades 9 and 10 or grades 11 and 12, or a combination of the two,

(ii) two qualifications in grades 9 and 10 in technological education subjects listed in Schedule B and qualifications in grades 11 and 12 in the same two subjects, or

(iii) four qualifications in grades 9 and 10 in technological education subjects listed in Schedule B and a specialist qualification in a subject listed in subclause 26 (1) (b) (v);

(b) the candidate has at least two school years of successful classroom teaching experience, including at least one school year of experience teaching a technological education subject listed in Schedule B, verified by the appropriate supervisory officer or the appropriate supervisory official;

(c) the candidate holds a secondary school graduation diploma or has successfully completed the equivalent of one year’s full-time study in a program in respect of which a secondary school graduation diploma or its equivalent was required for admission; and

(d) after completing the experience referred to in clause (b), the candidate successfully completed an accredited program leading to the qualification, or an equivalent program. O. Reg. 176/10, s. 28 (1); O. Reg. 189/11, s. 1.

(2)  For the purposes of clause (1) (a), an entry on a candidate’s general certificate of qualification and registration for any one of the following additional qualifications is deemed to be equivalent to one entry for a qualification in grades 9 and 10 in a technological education subject listed in Schedule B:

1. An additional qualification in Computer Studies — Computer Technology.

1.1 An additional qualification in Business Studies — Data Processing.

1.2 An additional qualification in Computer Studies (listed in Schedule A).

1.3 An additional qualification in Design and Technology.

2. An additional qualification in one of the following subjects listed in Schedule C:

i. Leadership en milieu minoritaire.

ii. Science and Technology, Grades 7 and 8.

Note: On September 1, 2015, paragraph 2 is revoked and the following substituted: (See: O. Reg. 239/14, ss. 7(2), 17 (1))

2. An additional qualification in Leadership en milieu minoritaire.

2.1 An additional qualification in Science and Technology, Grades 7 and 8 (listed in Schedule C).

3. Part 1 of a three-part specialist qualification in one of the following subjects listed in Schedule D:

i. Actualisation linguistique en français/Programme d’appui aux nouveaux arrivants.

ii. Co-operative Education.

iii. Revoked: O. Reg. 239/14, s. 7 (3).

iv. English as a Second Language.

v. Guidance and Career Education.

vi. Integration of Information and Computer Technology in Instruction.

vii. Special Education.

4. A subject listed in Schedule F. O. Reg. 176/10, ss. 28 (2), 49 (2, 3); O. Reg. 239/14, s. 7 (1, 3).

Qualifications in subjects listed in Schedule F

29.  (1)  The Registrar shall record on a candidate’s general certificate of qualification and registration an entry for an additional qualification in a subject listed in Schedule F if the Registrar has satisfactory evidence that,

(a) the candidate’s general certificate of qualification and registration has an entry for a qualification in grades 9 and 10 or grades 11 and 12 in the same technological education subject listed in Schedule B; and

(b) the candidate has successfully completed an accredited program leading to the qualification, or an equivalent program. O. Reg. 176/10, s. 29 (1).

(2)  Despite clause (1) (a), if the candidate’s general certificate of qualification and registration had an entry for a qualification in Personal Services, the Registrar may record an entry for the appropriate additional qualification in Teaching Hair Styling and Aesthetics or Teaching Health Care. O. Reg. 176/10, s. 29 (2).

Additional Qualifications for Teaching Students Who Are Deaf or Hard of Hearing

Qualification for Teaching Students Who Are Deaf or Hard of Hearing

30.  The Registrar shall record on a candidate’s general certificate of qualification and registration an entry for an additional qualification for Teaching Students Who Are Deaf or Hard of Hearing — ASL/LSQ Communication or for Teaching Students Who Are Deaf or Hard of Hearing — Aural and Oral Communication if the Registrar has satisfactory evidence that,

(a) the candidate has successfully completed an accredited program leading to the qualification and at the time the candidate was admitted to the program, he or she held a general certificate of qualification and registration, and,

(i) had successfully completed at least two courses in American Sign Language or Langue des signes québécoise acceptable to the College, or

(ii) his or her proficiency in American Sign Language or Langue des signes québécoise was at least equivalent to the proficiency that would be achieved by completing two such courses; or

(b) the candidate has successfully completed a program outside Ontario for teaching students who are deaf or hard of hearing that is equivalent to an accredited program leading to the qualification and,

(i) has successfully completed at least two courses in American Sign Language or Langue des signes québécoise, or

(ii) his or her proficiency in American Sign Language or Langue des signes québécoise is at least equivalent to the proficiency that would be achieved by completing two such courses. O. Reg. 176/10, s. 30.

Note: On September 1, 2015, section 30 is revoked and the following substituted: (See: O. Reg. 239/14, ss. 8, 17 (1))

Qualification for Teaching Students Who Are Deaf or Hard of Hearing

30.  (1)  The Registrar shall record on a candidate’s general certificate of qualification and registration an entry for an additional qualification for Teaching Students Who Are Deaf or Hard of Hearing — American Sign Language (ASL) or for Teaching Students Who Are Deaf or Hard of Hearing — Langue des signes québécoise (LSQ) if the Registrar has satisfactory evidence that,

(a) the candidate has successfully completed an accredited program leading to the qualification, and at the time the candidate was admitted to the program he or she held a general certificate of qualification and registration, and,

(i) he or she had successfully completed at least two courses acceptable to the College in,

(A) American Sign Language, for a candidate seeking the qualification relating to American Sign Language, or

(B) Langue des signes québécoise, for a candidate seeking the qualification relating to Langue des signes québécoise, or

(ii) his or her proficiency in American Sign Language or Langue des signes québécoise, as the case may be, was at least equivalent to the proficiency that would be achieved by completing two such courses; or

(b) the candidate has successfully completed a program outside Ontario for teaching students who are deaf or hard of hearing that is equivalent to an accredited program leading to the qualification and,

(i) he or she has successfully completed at least two courses acceptable to the College in,

(A) American Sign Language, for a candidate seeking the qualification relating to American Sign Language, or

(B) Langue des signes québécoise, for a candidate seeking the qualification relating to Langue des signes québécoise, or

(ii) his or her proficiency in American Sign Language or Langue des signes québécoise, as the case may be, is at least equivalent to the proficiency that would be achieved by completing two such courses. O. Reg. 239/14, s. 8.

(2)  The Registrar shall record on a candidate’s general certificate of qualification and registration an entry for an additional qualification for Teaching Students Who Are Deaf or Hard of Hearing — Aural and Oral Communication if the Registrar has satisfactory evidence that,

(a) the candidate has successfully completed an accredited program leading to the qualification, and at the time the candidate was admitted to the program he or she held a general certificate of qualification and registration, and,

(i) he or she had successfully completed at least two courses acceptable to the College in American Sign Language or Langue des signes québécoise, or

(ii) his or her proficiency in American Sign Language or Langue des signes québécoise was at least equivalent to the proficiency that would be achieved by completing two such courses; or

(b) the candidate has successfully completed a program outside Ontario for teaching students who are deaf or hard of hearing that is equivalent to an accredited program leading to the qualification and,

(i) he or she has successfully completed at least two courses acceptable to the College in American Sign Language or Langue des signes québécoise, or

(ii) his or her proficiency in American Sign Language or Langue des signes québécoise is at least equivalent to the proficiency that would be achieved by completing two such courses. O. Reg. 239/14, s. 8.

Specialist Qualification for Teaching Students Who Are Deaf or Hard of Hearing

31.  (1)  The Registrar shall record on a candidate’s general certificate of qualification and registration an entry for a qualification for Teaching Students Who Are Deaf or Hard of Hearing — ASL/LSQ Communication (Specialist) or for Teaching Students Who Are Deaf or Hard of Hearing — Aural and Oral Communication (Specialist) if the Registrar has satisfactory evidence that,

(a) the candidate’s general certificate of qualification and registration has an entry for, as appropriate, a qualification for Teaching Students Who Are Deaf or Hard of Hearing — ASL/LSQ Communication or for Teaching Students Who Are Deaf or Hard of Hearing — Aural and Oral Communication;

(b) the candidate has at least one school year of successful classroom teaching experience within or outside Ontario in one or more positions requiring the qualification; and

(c) the experience referred to in clause (b) was obtained after the granting of the qualification referred to in clause (a) and the experience has been verified by the appropriate supervisory officer or the appropriate supervisory official. O. Reg. 176/10, s. 31 (1).

(2)  The Registrar may exempt a candidate from the requirements in clauses (1) (a) and (c) if the Registrar has satisfactory evidence that the candidate meets the requirement in subclause 30 (b) (i) or (ii). O. Reg. 176/10, s. 31 (2).

Note: On September 1, 2015, section 31 is revoked and the following substituted: (See: O. Reg. 239/14, ss. 8, 17 (1))

Specialist Qualification for Teaching Students Who Are Deaf or Hard of Hearing

31.  (1)  The Registrar shall record on a candidate’s general certificate of qualification and registration an entry for an additional qualification for Teaching Students Who Are Deaf or Hard of Hearing — American Sign Language (ASL) (Specialist) or for Teaching Students Who Are Deaf or Hard of Hearing — Langue des signes québécoise (LSQ) (Specialist) if the Registrar has satisfactory evidence that,

(a) the candidate’s general certificate of qualification and registration has an entry for a qualification for,

(i) Teaching Students Who Are Deaf or Hard of Hearing — American Sign Language (ASL), for a candidate seeking the specialist qualification relating to American Sign Language, or

(ii) Teaching Students Who Are Deaf or Hard of Hearing — Langue des signes québécoise (LSQ), for a candidate seeking the specialist qualification relating to Langue des signes québécoise;

(b) the candidate has at least one school year of successful classroom teaching experience within or outside Ontario in one or more positions requiring the relevant qualification referred to in clause (a), or the equivalent qualification, and the experience has been verified by the appropriate supervisory officer or the appropriate supervisory official; and

(c) the experience referred to in clause (b) was obtained after the granting of the qualification mentioned in that clause. O. Reg. 239/14, s. 8.

(2)  The Registrar shall record on a candidate’s general certificate of qualification and registration an entry for an additional qualification for Teaching Students Who Are Deaf or Hard of Hearing — Aural and Oral Communication (Specialist) if the Registrar has satisfactory evidence that,

(a) the candidate’s general certificate of qualification and registration has an entry for a qualification for Teaching Students Who Are Deaf or Hard of Hearing — Aural and Oral Communication;

(b) the candidate has at least one school year of successful classroom teaching experience within or outside Ontario in one or more positions requiring the qualification referred to in clause (a), or the equivalent qualification, and the experience has been verified by the appropriate supervisory officer or appropriate supervisory official; and

(c) the experience referred to in clause (b) was obtained after the granting of the qualification mentioned in that clause. O. Reg. 239/14, s. 8.

(3)  The Registrar may exempt a candidate from the requirements specified in clauses (1) (a) and (c) or (2) (a) and (c) if the Registrar has satisfactory evidence that the candidate meets the corresponding requirements in subclause 30 (1) (b) (i) or (ii) or 30 (2) (b) (i) or (ii). O. Reg. 239/14, s. 8.

Principal’s Qualifications

Part 1 principal’s qualification

32.  (1)  The Registrar shall record on a candidate’s general certificate of qualification and registration an entry for the part 1 principal’s qualification if the Registrar has satisfactory evidence that the candidate has successfully completed an accredited program leading to the qualification, or a program the Registrar considers to be equivalent, and that at the time he or she was admitted to the program,

(a) the candidate held an acceptable post-secondary degree or qualifications the Registrar considers to be equivalent to such a degree;

(b) the candidate had an entry on his or her general certificate of qualification and registration for qualification in grades 9 and 10 in a technological education subject listed in Schedule B or in the intermediate division in a general education subject listed in Schedule A, and entries for qualification in any two of,

(i) the primary division,

(ii) the junior division, and

(iii) either grades 11 and 12 in a technological education subject listed in Schedule B or the senior division in a general education subject listed in Schedule A;

(c) the candidate had at least five school years of successful classroom teaching experience in a school providing elementary or secondary education, verified by the appropriate supervisory officer or the appropriate supervisory official; and

(d) the candidate had any one of,

(i) two specialist or honour specialist qualifications,

(ii) one specialist or honour specialist qualification and successful completion of at least one-half the number of graduate post-secondary credits required to qualify for a master’s degree granted by an institution identified in clause (a) or (b) of the definition of “acceptable post-secondary degree” in subsection 1 (1),

(iii) a master’s degree for which the candidate was required to complete at least 30 graduate post-secondary credits or their equivalent, or a doctorate, where the master’s degree or doctorate was granted by an institution identified in clause (a) or (b) of the definition of “acceptable post-secondary degree” in subsection 1 (1), or

(iv) successful completion of at least 30 graduate post-secondary credits or their equivalent, completed at an institution identified in clause (a) or (b) of the definition of “acceptable post-secondary degree” in subsection 1 (1). O. Reg. 176/10, s. 32 (1).

(1.1)  An entry on a candidate’s general certificate of qualification and registration indicating that he or she has qualifications in three subjects listed in Schedule F is deemed to be equivalent to one specialist or honour specialist qualification for the purposes of subclause (1) (d) (i). O. Reg. 176/10, s. 49 (4).

(2)  To fulfil a requirement in subclause (1) (d) (ii), (iii) or (iv) relating to the completion of graduate post-secondary credits or their equivalent, the credits or their equivalent must have been completed by the candidate in addition to any credits that he or she was required to complete to be granted a general certificate of qualification and registration. O. Reg. 189/11, s. 2 (1).

Part 2 principal’s qualification

33.  (1)  The Registrar shall record on a candidate’s general certificate of qualification and registration an entry for the part 2 principal’s qualification if the Registrar has satisfactory evidence that the candidate has successfully completed an accredited program leading to the qualification, or a program the Registrar considers to be equivalent, and a leadership practicum acceptable to the Registrar, and that at the time he or she was admitted to the program,

(a) the candidate’s general certificate of qualification and registration had an entry for the part 1 principal’s qualification; or

(b) the candidate held or was deemed to hold,

(i) an interim or permanent Elementary School Principal’s Certificate,

(ii) an interim or permanent Secondary School Principal’s Certificate, Type B,

(iii) an interim or permanent Vocational School Principal’s Certificate,

(iv) an interim Secondary School Principal’s Certificate, or

(v) an interim Secondary School Principal’s Certificate, Type A. O. Reg. 176/10, s. 33 (1).

(2)  A person holds principal’s qualifications if the person’s general certificate of qualification and registration indicates the part 2 principal’s qualification. O. Reg. 176/10, s. 33 (2).

Principal’s development qualification

34.  The Registrar shall record on a candidate’s general certificate of qualification and registration an entry for the principal’s development qualification if the Registrar has satisfactory evidence that the candidate,

(a) holds principal’s qualifications;

(b) has two school years of successful experience as a principal or vice-principal, verified by the appropriate supervisory officer or the appropriate supervisory official; and

(c) has successfully completed an accredited program leading to the qualification, or a program the Registrar considers to be equivalent. O. Reg. 176/10, s. 34.

Supervisory Officer’s Qualification

Supervisory officer’s qualification

35.  (1)  The Registrar shall record on a candidate’s general certificate of qualification and registration an entry for the supervisory officer’s qualification if the Registrar has satisfactory evidence that the candidate meets one or more of the requirements set out in subsection (2) and that, at the time he or she was admitted to the program, he or she met all of the requirements listed in subsection (3). O. Reg. 176/10, s. 35 (1).

(2)  The requirements for the purposes of this subsection are as follows:

1. The candidate successfully completed an accredited program leading to the qualification within five years after starting the program.

2. The candidate has qualifications and experience, including experience gained while employed as a supervisory officer under section 2.0.1 of Regulation 309 of the Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990 (Supervisory Officers) made under the Education Act, that the Registrar considers to be equivalent to the successful completion of all of the modules of an accredited program leading to the qualification.

3. The candidate has qualifications and experience, including experience gained while employed as a supervisory officer under section 2.0.1 of Regulation 309 of the Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990, that the Registrar considers to be equivalent to the successful completion of some of the modules of an accredited program leading to the qualification, and the candidate successfully completed the remaining modules of the program, as identified by the Registrar, within five years after starting the program. O. Reg. 176/10, s. 35 (2).

(3)  The requirements for the purposes of this subsection are as follows:

1. The candidate held an acceptable post-secondary degree or qualifications the Registrar considers to be equivalent to such a degree.

2. The candidate had,

i. an entry on his or her general certificate of qualification and registration for qualification in grades 9 and 10 in a technological education subject listed in Schedule B or in the intermediate division in a general education subject listed in Schedule A, and entries for qualification in any two of,

A. the primary division,

B. the junior division, and

C. either grade 11 and 12 in a technological education subject listed in Schedule B or the senior division in a general education subject listed in Schedule A, or

ii. qualifications that the Registrar considers to be equivalent to the qualifications described in subparagraph i.

3. The candidate had at least five school years of successful classroom teaching experience in a school providing elementary or secondary education, verified by the appropriate supervisory officer or the appropriate supervisory official.

4. The candidate held a master’s degree for which the candidate was required to complete at least 30 graduate post-secondary credits or their equivalent, or a doctorate, where the master’s degree or doctorate was granted by an institution identified in clause (a) or (b) of the definition of “acceptable post-secondary degree” in subsection 1 (1).

5. The candidate met one or more of the following criteria:

i. The candidate held,

A. an Elementary School Principal’s Certificate,

B. a Secondary School Principal’s Certificate, Type A,

C. a Secondary School Principal’s Certificate, Type B, or

D. a Secondary School Principal’s Certificate.

ii. The candidate held principal’s qualifications.

iii. The candidate held qualifications to be a principal from a jurisdiction outside Ontario, as verified by the appropriate supervisory official.

iv. The candidate held or had held a principal’s position outside Ontario that the Registrar considers to be equivalent to a position in Ontario for which principal’s qualifications are required under the Education Act.

v. The candidate held specialist or honours specialist qualifications in one or more subjects and had, in addition to the experience required by paragraph 3, at least two school years of successful experience as a teacher appointed by a school board to supervise or co-ordinate a subject or program or to act as a consultant for the teachers of a subject or program, as verified by the appropriate supervisory officer or the appropriate supervisory official.

vi. The candidate,

A. held specialist or honour specialist qualifications from a jurisdiction outside Ontario, as verified by the appropriate supervisory official, and the Registrar considers the qualifications equivalent to the qualifications described in subparagraph v, and

B. had, in addition to the experience required by paragraph 3, at least two years of successful experience in a position that the Registrar considers to be equivalent to a position described in subparagraph v.

vii. The candidate had, in addition to the experience required by paragraph 3, at least two years of experience,

A. as an education officer employed at the Ministry, as verified by a district manager or branch director of the Ministry, or as an employee outside Ontario in a position that the Registrar considers to be equivalent,

B. as an employee outside Ontario in a position that the Registrar considers to be equivalent to the position of supervisory officer of a school board, as verified by the appropriate supervisory official, or

C. as a program consultant seconded to the Ministry for French language, English language or Native language programs, as verified by a district manager or branch director of the Ministry, or as an employee outside Ontario in a position that the Registrar considers to be equivalent.

viii. The candidate had, in addition to the experience required by paragraph 3, at least two years of education-related leadership experience in an educational organization in a position that the Registrar considers comparable to one of the positions described in subparagraph vii. O. Reg. 176/10, s. 35 (3).

(4)  To fulfil the requirement in paragraph 4 of subsection (3) relating to the completion of graduate post-secondary credits or their equivalent, the credits or their equivalent must have been completed by the candidate in addition to any credits that he or she was required to complete to be granted a general certificate of qualification and registration. O. Reg. 176/10, s. 35 (4).

(4.1)  An entry on a candidate’s general certificate of qualification and registration indicating that he or she has qualifications in three subjects listed in Schedule F is deemed to be equivalent to one specialist or honour specialist qualification for the purposes of subparagraph 5 v of subsection (3). O. Reg. 176/10, s. 49 (5).

(5)  The Registrar may grant a one-year extension to the five-year period referred to in paragraphs 1 and 3 of subsection (2) if,

(a) in the Registrar’s opinion, there are exceptional circumstances that prevent the candidate from completing the program within the five years; and

(b) the person applied for the extension before the end of the five-year period. O. Reg. 176/10, s. 35 (5).

PART IV
OTHER TYPES OF CERTIFICATES AND TRANSITION

Persons who held certificate on May 19, 2010

36.  (1)  A person who, on May 19, 2010, held one of the following certificates is deemed, on and after May 20, 2010, to hold a general certificate of qualification and registration with the same qualifications and subject to the same terms, conditions or limitations, if any:

1. Certificate of qualification.

2. Interim certificate of qualification.

3. Interim certificate of qualification (limited).

4. Certificate of qualification (restricted) for teaching dance.

5. Certificate of qualification (restricted) for teaching in schools or classes for the trainable retarded.

6. Certificate of qualification (restricted) for teaching the deaf.

7. Certificate of qualification (restricted) for teaching a Native language.

8. Certificate of qualification (limited, restricted) for teaching the deaf. O. Reg. 176/10, s. 36 (1).

(2)  A person who, on May 19, 2010, held one of the following certificates is deemed, on and after May 20, 2010, to hold a transitional certificate of qualification and registration, valid for six years, with the same qualifications and the same terms, conditions or limitations, if any:

1. Certificate of qualification (limited).

2. Certificate of qualification (limited, restricted) for teaching a Native language. O. Reg. 176/10, s. 36 (2).

(3)  Despite subsection (1), a person who, on May 19, 2010 held an interim certificate of qualification or an interim certificate of qualification (limited) and who, at the time he or she applied for the certificate held a certificate, licence, registration or other form of official recognition that attested to the person being qualified to practise the teaching occupation in an elementary or secondary school that was granted by a provincial or territorial teacher regulatory authority, is deemed, on and after May 20, 2010, to hold a general certificate of qualification and registration, with the same qualifications and subject to the same terms, conditions or limitations, except for any terms, conditions or limitations that were imposed under section 13 or subsection 13.1 (2) of Ontario Regulation 184/97 (Teachers Qualifications) made under the Act. O. Reg. 176/10, s. 36 (3).

(4)  Despite subsection (1), a person who, on May 19, 2010, held an interim certificate of qualification is deemed, on and after May 20, 2010, to hold a general certificate of qualification and registration with conditions related to the completion of one or more requirements described in subsection 12 (2) if,

(a) at the time the person applied for the interim certificate,

(i) he or she held a certificate, licence, registration or other form of official recognition that attested to the person being qualified to practice the teaching occupation in an elementary or secondary school that was granted by a teacher regulatory authority other than a provincial or territorial teacher regulatory authority,

(ii) he or she,

(A) had completed the requirements described in paragraphs 1 and 2 of subsection 12 (2) but not the requirement described in paragraph 3 of that subsection, or

(B) had completed the requirement described in paragraph 3 of subsection 12 (2) but not one or both of the requirements described in paragraph 1 and 2 of that subsection, and

(iii) he or she had otherwise completed all the requirements set out in section 11; and

(b) on May 20, 2010, he or she has not completed the outstanding requirements. O. Reg. 176/10, s. 36 (4).

(5)  Subsections 12 (3), (4), (6), and (7) apply in respect of a certificate that a person is deemed to hold under subsection (4) except that the certificate shall expire on the date that the interim certificate of qualification held by the person was to expire, unless it is extended under subsection 12 (6) or (7). O. Reg. 176/10, s. 36 (5).

Note: On September 1, 2015, subsection (5) is revoked and the following substituted: (See: O. Reg. 59/14, ss. 16, 19 (1))

(5)  References in subsection (4) to provisions of section 11 or 12 are references to those provisions as they read on May 20, 2010. O. Reg. 59/14, s. 16.

(6)  Subsections 12 (3), (4), (6) and (7), as they read on August 31, 2015, continue to apply to a certificate that a person is deemed to hold under subsection (4) except that the certificate shall expire on the date that the interim certificate of qualification held by the person was to expire, unless it is extended under subsection 12 (6) or (7), as they read on August 31, 2015. O. Reg. 59/14, s. 16.

Persons who began programs before change in requirements

37.  (1)  An applicant who began a program leading to a certificate of qualification (limited) or a certificate of qualification (limited, restricted) for teaching a Native language before May 20, 2010 and who fulfils the requirements for the certificate set out in Ontario Regulation 184/97 (Teachers Qualifications) made under the Act, as it read immediately before it was revoked, shall be granted a transitional certificate of qualification and registration. O. Reg. 176/10, s. 37 (1); O. Reg. 59/14, s. 17 (1).

Note: On September 1, 2015, subsection (1) is revoked and the following substituted: (See: O. Reg. 59/14, ss. 17 (2), 19 (1))

Persons who began programs before change in requirements

(1)  An applicant shall be granted a transitional certificate of qualification and registration if he or she,

(a) began a program leading to a certificate of qualification (limited) or a certificate of qualification (limited, restricted) for teaching a Native language before May 20, 2010; and

(b) before September 1, 2020, successfully completes the program mentioned in clause (a) and fulfils the requirements for the certificate set out in Ontario Regulation 184/97 (Teachers Qualifications) made under the Act, as it read immediately before it was revoked. O. Reg. 59/14, s. 17 (2).

(2)  An applicant who began a program leading to a transitional certificate of qualification and registration before May 31, 2011 and who fulfils the requirements for a certificate of qualification (limited) or a certificate of qualification (limited, restricted) for teaching a Native language set out in Ontario Regulation 184/97, as it read immediately before it was revoked, shall be granted a transitional certificate of qualification and registration. O. Reg. 176/10, s. 37 (2); O. Reg. 59/14, s. 17 (3).

Note: On September 1, 2015, subsection (2) is revoked and the following substituted: (See: O. Reg. 59/14, ss. 17 (4), 19 (1))

(2)  An applicant shall be granted a transitional certificate of qualification and registration if he or she,

(a) began a program leading to a transitional certificate of qualification and registration before May 31, 2011; and

(b) before September 1, 2020, successfully completes the program mentioned in clause (a) and fulfils the requirements for a certificate of qualification (limited) or a certificate of qualification (limited, restricted) for teaching a Native language set out in Ontario Regulation 184/97, as it read immediately before it was revoked. O. Reg. 59/14, s. 17 (4).

(3)  A candidate who began an accredited program leading to a part 1 or part 2 principal’s qualification before August 31, 2008 and who fulfils the requirements for the qualification set out in Ontario Regulation 184/97, as it read on August 30, 2008, is entitled to have an entry for the qualification recorded on his or her general certificate of qualification and registration. O. Reg. 176/10, s. 37 (3).

(4)  A candidate who began an accredited program leading to the supervisory officer’s qualification before August 31, 2008 and who fulfils, before August 31, 2014, the requirements for the qualifications set out in Ontario Regulation 184/97, as it read on August 30, 2008, is entitled to have an entry for qualification as a supervisory officer recorded on his or her general certificate of qualification and registration. O. Reg. 176/10, s. 37 (4).

Note: On September 1, 2015, section 37 is amended by adding the following subsections: (See: O. Reg. 59/14, ss. 17 (5), 19 (1))

(5)  An applicant who, on August 31, 2015, was enrolled in a multi-session program of professional education, as that term was defined on that date, that was accredited by the College on that date but who did not complete the program on or before that date is deemed to hold a transitional certificate of qualification and registration if, before September 1, 2022, the applicant successfully completes the first session of the program and meets the requirements set out in section 14, as that section read on August 31, 2015. O. Reg. 59/14, s. 17 (5).

(6)  An applicant who, at any time on or before August 31, 2015, was enrolled in a multi-session program of professional education that was accredited by the College at the time of enrolment and who did not complete the program on or before August 31, 2015 is deemed to hold, upon submitting evidence satisfactory to the Registrar that there were exceptional circumstances that prevented the applicant from completing the program on or before August 31, 2015,

(a) a transitional certificate of qualification and registration if, before September 1, 2022, the applicant successfully completes the first session of the program and meets the requirements set out in section 14, as that section read on August 31, 2015; or

(b) a general certificate of qualification and registration if, before September 1, 2022, the applicant successfully completes all sessions of the program and meets the requirements set out in section 16, as that section read on August 31, 2015. O. Reg. 59/14, s. 17 (5).

(7)  A transitional certificate of qualification and registration that an applicant is deemed to hold under subsection (5) or clause (6) (a) is deemed to have been granted to the applicant on August 31, 2015 for the purposes of clauses 6.1 (3) (g) and 6.2 (3) (g), 13.1 (2) (a) and 13.2 (2) (a). O. Reg. 59/14, s. 17 (5).

(8)  If an applicant who holds a transitional certificate of qualification and registration under section 14 on August 31, 2015, or is deemed to hold such a certificate under subsection (5) or clause (6) (a) successfully completes, before September 1, 2022, all sessions of the multi-session program of professional education and meets the requirements set out in section 16, as that section read on August 31, 2015, the applicant’s transitional certificate of qualification and registration is deemed to be converted to the corresponding general certificate of qualification and registration. O. Reg. 59/14, s. 17 (5).

(9)  An applicant who, on August 31, 2015, was enrolled in a concurrent program, as that term was defined on that date, that was accredited by the College on that date but who did not complete the program on or before that date is deemed to hold a general certificate of qualification and registration if, before September 1, 2022, the applicant successfully completes the program and meets the requirements set out in section 11, as that section read on August 31, 2015. O. Reg. 59/14, s. 17 (5).

(10)  An applicant who, at any time on or before August 31, 2015, was enrolled in a program of professional education that was accredited by the College at the time of enrolment, other than a multi-session program of professional education, and who did not complete the program on or before August 31, 2015 is deemed to hold a general certificate of qualification and registration if,

(a) the applicant submits evidence satisfactory to the Registrar that there were exceptional circumstances that prevented the applicant from completing the program before September 1, 2015; and

(b) before September 1, 2022, the applicant successfully completes the program and meets the requirements set out in section 11, as that section read on August 31, 2015. O. Reg. 59/14, s. 17 (5).

(11)  An applicant who, as of August 31, 2014, was admitted to a program of professional education, as that term was defined on that date, that was accredited by the College on that date and who, as of August 31, 2015, had not completed the program but was still enrolled in it and had completed at least one-half of the program is deemed to hold a general certificate of qualification and registration if, before September 1, 2022, the applicant successfully completes the program and meets the requirements set out in section 11, as that section read on August 31, 2015. O. Reg. 59/14, s. 17 (5).

Certificate granted before 1973

38.  A person who holds one of the following certificates and who is a Canadian citizen or a British subject who was granted the certificate before September 1, 1973, is deemed to hold a general certificate of qualification and registration:

1. First Class Certificate valid in Secondary Schools.

2. High School Specialist’s Certificate.

3. Interim Elementary School Teacher’s Certificate.

4. Interim Elementary School Teacher’s Certificate, Standard 1, 2, 3 or 4.

5. Interim Elementary School Teacher’s Certificate, Standard 1, 2, 3 or 4 (French only).

6. Interim First Class Certificate.

7. Interim High School Assistant’s Certificate.

8. Interim High School Assistant’s Certificate, Type A.

9. Interim High School Assistant’s Certificate, Type B.

10. Interim Occupational Certificate, Type A (Practical Subjects).

11. Interim Occupational Certificate, Type B (Practical Subjects).

12. Interim Primary School Specialist’s Certificate.

13. Interim Second Class Certificate.

14. Interim Vocational Certificate, Type A.

15. Interim Vocational Certificate, Type B.

16. Occupational Specialist’s Certificate (Practical Subjects).

17. Permanent Commercial — Vocational Certificate.

18. Permanent Elementary School Teacher’s Certificate.

19. Permanent Elementary School Teacher’s Certificate, Standard 1, 2, 3 or 4.

20. Permanent Elementary School Teacher’s Certificate, Standard 1, 2, 3 or 4 (French only).

21. Permanent First Class Certificate.

22. Permanent High School Assistant’s Certificate.

23. Permanent Occupational Certificate (Practical Subjects).

24. Permanent Primary School Specialist’s Certificate.

25. Permanent Second Class Certificate.

26. Permanent Vocational Certificate.

27. Vocational Specialist’s Certificate. O. Reg. 176/10, s. 38.

Letters of standing

39.  A person who holds one of the following certificates or letters of standing that was valid on July 1, 1978 but who was not qualified for an Ontario Teacher’s Certificate under Regulation 297 of the Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990 (Ontario Teacher’s Qualifications) made under the Education Act, as it read immediately before it was revoked, is deemed to hold a general certificate of qualification and registration indicating qualifications to teach in the classes, schools and subjects that were indicated on the person’s certificate or letter of standing:

1. Elementary Certificate in Teaching Trainable Retarded Children.

2. Elementary Instrumental Music Certificate, Type A.

3. Elementary Instrumental Music Certificate, Type B.

4. Elementary Vocal Music Certificate, Type A.

5. Elementary Vocal Music Certificate, Type B.

6. Interim Second Class Certificate (French only).

7. Interim Specialist Certificate in Instrumental Music.

8. Interim Specialist Certificate in Vocal Music.

9. Intermediate Certificate in Teaching Trainable Retarded Children.

10. Intermediate Industrial Arts Only Certificate.

11. Intermediate Instrumental Music Certificate, Type A.

12. Intermediate Instrumental Music Certificate, Type B.

13. Intermediate Vocal Music Certificate, Type A.

14. Intermediate Vocal Music Certificate, Type B.

15. Letter of Standing (Renewable).

16. Permanent Letter of Standing (Renewable).

17. Permanent Second Class Certificate (French only).

18. Permanent Specialist Certificate in Instrumental Music.

19. Permanent Specialist Certificate in Vocal Music.

20. Specialist Certificate as Teacher of the Blind.

21. Specialist Certificate as Teacher of the Deaf.

22. Supervisor’s Certificate in Instrumental Music.

23. Supervisor’s Certificate in Vocal Music.

24. Teacher of the Trainable Retarded.

25. Temporary Certificate as Teacher of French to English-speaking Pupils in Elementary Schools. O. Reg. 176/10, s. 39.

Other principal’s certificates

40.  (1)  A candidate who holds a High School Principal’s Certificate, an Elementary School Principal’s Certificate, a Secondary School Principal’s Certificate, Type B, a Secondary School Principal’s Certificate, Type A, a Secondary School Principal’s Certificate or a Vocational School Principal’s Certificate, whether the certificate is an interim certificate or a permanent certificate, remains qualified within the limitations of the certificate and such qualification shall be indicated on his or her general certificate of qualification and registration. O. Reg. 176/10, s. 40 (1).

(2)  A candidate who holds an Elementary School Inspector’s Certificate is deemed to hold an Elementary School Principal’s Certificate. O. Reg. 176/10, s. 40 (2).

(3)  A candidate who holds a permanent Secondary School Principal’s Certificate, Type A or a permanent Secondary School Principal’s Certificate is deemed to hold principal’s qualifications and the Registrar shall record the qualifications on the candidate’s general certificate of qualification and registration. O. Reg. 176/10, s. 40 (3).

Note: On September 1, 2015, the Regulation is amended by adding the following section: (See: O. Reg. 59/14, ss. 18, 19 (1))

Qualifications previously recorded on certificate

40.1  (1)  Subject to subsection (2), the Registrar shall record an entry for a qualification on a candidate’s general certificate of qualification and registration if the Registrar has satisfactory evidence that the candidate previously held a certificate of qualification and registration on which the qualification or its equivalent had been recorded. O. Reg. 59/14, s. 18.

(2)  If the qualification was renamed as, or if it was deemed to be equivalent to, a qualification that is listed in a Schedule, the name of the qualification as it appears in the Schedule shall be recorded on the certificate. O. Reg. 59/14, s. 18.

Other old qualifications and certificates

41.  (1)  A candidate who holds or is deemed to hold a general certificate of qualification and registration and who, before October 1, 1978, began a Master of Education program that was approved by the Minister as leading to the specialist certificate in Guidance, may obtain the specialist qualification in Guidance by completing, before May 20, 2015, the requirements for such certificate as they existed on June 30, 1978, and the Registrar shall record the qualification on the candidate’s general certificate of qualification and registration, upon the Registrar being satisfied that the requirements have been completed. O. Reg. 176/10, s. 41 (1).

(2)  A candidate who holds or is deemed to hold a general certificate of qualification and registration and who, before October 1, 1978, began a Master of Library Science program that was approved by the Minister as leading to the specialist certificate in Librarianship may obtain the specialist qualification in Librarianship by completing, before May 20, 2015, the requirements for the certificate as they existed on June 30, 1978, and the Registrar shall record the qualification on the candidate’s general certificate of qualification and registration, upon the Registrar being satisfied that the requirements have been completed. O. Reg. 176/10, s. 41 (2).

(3)  A candidate who, before September 1, 1979, completed the first part of a two-part program leading to an Interim Vocational Certificate, Type A or an Interim Occupational Certificate, Type A may obtain the qualification by completing, before May 20, 2015, the requirements for the certificate as they existed on June 30, 1978, and the Registrar shall record the qualification on the candidate’s general certificate of qualification and registration, upon the Registrar being satisfied that the requirements have been completed. O. Reg. 176/10, s. 41 (3).

(4)  A candidate who, on July 1, 1978 held an Interim High School Assistant’s Certificate, Type A or who, before July 1, 1979, completed at a college or faculty of education in Ontario the requirements for the certificate as they existed on June 30, 1978, may complete, before May 20, 2015, the requirements for a High School Specialist Certificate as they existed on June 30, 1978, and the Registrar shall record the qualification on the candidate’s general certificate of qualification and registration, upon the Registrar being satisfied that the requirements have been completed. O. Reg. 176/10, s. 41 (4).

(5)  A candidate who holds a special certificate in a subject listed in Schedule C, D or E of Ontario Regulation 184/97 (Teachers Qualifications) made under the Act, as the Schedule read on May 19, 2010, or a special certificate no longer issued, continues to be qualified in accordance with such certificate, and the Registrar shall record the additional qualification corresponding to such special certificate on the candidate’s general certificate of qualification and registration. O. Reg. 176/10, s. 41 (5).

(6)  A candidate who before May 20, 1997 held an honour specialist qualification in Latin or Greek is deemed to hold an honour specialist qualification in Classical Studies. O. Reg. 176/10, s. 41 (6).

s. 62 of the Act

42.  (1)  The day prescribed for the purposes of subsection 62 (1) of the Act is May 20, 1997. O. Reg. 176/10, s. 42 (1).

(2)  For the purposes of subsection 62 (2) of the Act, on and after May 20, 1997 any person holding a qualification referred to in one of the following paragraphs shall be deemed to have been granted by the Registrar and to hold the corresponding general certificate of qualification and registration under this Regulation containing the same terms, conditions or limitations:

1. A qualification referred to in Regulation 297 of the Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990 (Ontario Teacher’s Qualification) made under the Education Act.

2. A qualification referred to on Ontario Teacher’s Qualifications Record Cards.

3. A qualification referred to in any other records of qualification held by the Ministry. O. Reg. 176/10, s. 42 (2).

s. 63 of the Act

43.  Any person who is deemed under subsection 63 (1) of the Act to have fulfilled the requirements for the issuance of a particular certificate of qualification and registration shall be issued a general certificate of qualification and registration containing the same terms, conditions and limitations that would have applied to their qualifications referred to in paragraphs 1, 2 and 3 of subsection 42 (2) before May 20, 1997. O. Reg. 176/10, s. 43.

2008 amendments

44.  (1)  Any person who, on August 30, 2008, held a qualification that was listed in a schedule to Ontario Regulation 184/97 (Teachers Qualifications) made under the Act, as it read on August 30, 2008, and that is set out in Column 2 of the Table to this subsection, is deemed, on and after August 31, 2008, to hold the qualification set out in the corresponding cell of Column 3 of the Table:

TABLE

Item

Column 1

Schedule

Column 2

Old qualification name

Column 3

New qualification name

 

1.

Schedule A

Business Studies — Information Management

Business Studies — Information and Communication Technology

2.

Schedule A

Computer Science

Computer Studies

3.

Schedule A

English (First language)

English

4.

Schedule A

English (Second language) — anglais

Anglais

5.

Schedule A

French (First language) — français

Français

6.

Schedule A

French (Second language)

French as a Second Language

7.

Schedule A

Individual and Society

Social Sciences — General

8.

Schedule A

Native Language (Second language)

Native Languages

9.

Schedule A

Physical and Health Education

Health and Physical Education

10.

Schedule B

Communications Technology (Basic Level)

Communications Technology, Grades 9 and 10

11.

Schedule B

Communications Technology (Advanced Level)

Communications Technology, Grades 11 and 12

12.

Schedule B

Construction Technology (Basic Level)

Construction Technology, Grades 9 and 10

13.

Schedule B

Construction Technology (Advanced Level)

Construction Technology, Grades 11 and 12

14.

Schedule B

Hospitality Services (Basic Level)

Hospitality Services, Grades 9 and 10

15.

Schedule B

Hospitality Services (Advanced Level)

Hospitality Services, Grades 11 and 12

16.

Schedule B

Manufacturing Technology (Basic Level)

Manufacturing Technology, Grades 9 and 10

17.

Schedule B

Manufacturing Technology (Advanced Level)

Manufacturing Technology, Grades 11 and 12

18.

Schedule B

Personal Services (Basic Level)

Personal Services, Grades 9 and 10

19.

Schedule B

Personal Services (Advanced Level)

Personal Services, Grades 11 and 12

20.

Schedule B

Technological Design (Basic Level)

Technological Design, Grades 9 and 10

21.

Schedule B

Technological Design (Advanced Level)

Technological Design, Grades 11 and 12

22.

Schedule B

Transportation Technology (Basic Level)

Transportation Technology, Grades 9 and 10

23.

Schedule B

Transportation Technology (Advanced Level)

Transportation Technology, Grades 11 and 12

24.

Schedule C

Childhood Education

Kindergarten

25.

Schedule C

Preschool Deaf Education

Pre-School Education for Children Who Are Deaf or Hard of Hearing

26.

Schedule C

Teacher of Ojibway

Teaching Ojibwe

27.

Schedule D

Business Studies — Entrepreneurship Studies

Business Studies — Entrepreneurship

28.

Schedule D

Business Studies — Information Management

Business Studies — Information and Communication Technology

29.

Schedule D

Computer Studies — Computer Science

Computer Studies

30.

Schedule D

Computers in the Classroom

Integration of Information and Computer Technology in Instruction

31.

Schedule D

Guidance

Guidance and Career Education

32.

Schedule D

Native Language as a Second Language

Native Languages

33.

Schedule D

Physical and Health Education (Primary, Junior)

Health and Physical Education, Primary and Junior

34.

Schedule D

Physical and Health Education (Intermediate, Senior)

Health and Physical Education, Intermediate and Senior

35.

Schedule D

Science in Primary and Junior Education

Science and Technology, Primary and Junior

36.

Schedule D

The Blind

Teaching Students Who Are Blind

37.

Schedule D

The Deaf/Blind

Teaching Students Who Are Deaf-Blind

38.

Schedule E

Classical Studies (Latin, Greek)

Classical Studies

39.

Schedule E

Computer Science

Computer Studies

40.

Schedule E

Contemporary Studies

Social Sciences

41.

Schedule E

English (First language)

English

42.

Schedule E

English (Second language) — anglais

Anglais

43.

Schedule E

French (First language) — français

Français

44.

Schedule E

French (Second language)

French as a Second Language

45.

Schedule E

Physical and Health Education

Health and Physical Education

O. Reg. 176/10, s. 44 (1).

(2)  Any person who, on August 30, 2008, held a qualification identified in the Table to this subsection continues to hold the qualification after that day despite its revocation from the Schedules.

TABLE

Item

Column 1

Schedule

Column 2

Qualification

 

1.

Schedule A

Business Studies — Data Processing

2.

Schedule A

Business Studies — Marketing and Merchandising

3.

Schedule A

Design and Technology

4.

Schedule A

Science — Geology

5.

Schedule C

Childhood Education in Great Britain

6.

Schedule C

Community School Development

7.

Schedule C

Driver Education Instructor

8.

Schedule C

Law

9.

Schedule C

Teaching Children with Language Difficulties — Aphasia

10.

Schedule C

Teacher of Native Children

11.

Schedule E

Geology

O. Reg. 176/10, s. 44 (2).

(3)  Any person who, on August 30, 2008, held the qualification Teaching Writing that was listed in Schedule C to Ontario Regulation 184/97, as it read on August 30, 2008, is deemed, on and after May 20, 2010 to hold a qualification in part 1 of the three-part specialist program in Writing listed in Schedule D. O. Reg. 176/10, s. 44 (3).

2009 amendments

45.  (1)  Any person who, on May 30, 2009, held a qualification that is set out in Column 2 of the Table to this subsection is deemed, on and after May 31, 2009, to hold the qualification set out in the corresponding cell of Column 3 of the Table:

TABLE

Item

Column 1

Schedule

Column 2

Old qualification name

Column 3

New qualification name

 

1.

Schedule B

Hospitality Services, Grades 9 and 10

Hospitality and Tourism, Grades 9 and 10

2.

Schedule B

Hospitality Services, Grades 11 and 12

Hospitality and Tourism, Grades 11 and 12

O. Reg. 176/10, s. 45 (1).

(2)  Any person who, on May 30, 2009, held a qualification identified in the Table to this subsection continues to hold the qualification after that day despite its revocation from the Schedules.

TABLE

Item

Column 1

Schedule

Column 2

Qualification

1.

Schedule B

Personal Services, Grades 9 and 10

2.

Schedule B

Personal Services, Grades 11 and 12

3.

Schedule C

Computer Studies — Computer Technology

O. Reg. 239/14, s. 9.

(3)  A person who began a program before May 31, 2009 for a qualification identified in the Table to subsection (2) and who completes the requirements for the qualification, as set out in Ontario Regulation 184/97 (Teachers Qualifications) made under the Act, as it read on May 30, 2009, shall have an entry for the qualification recorded on his or her general certificate of qualification and registration and is deemed to continue to hold the qualification on and after the day the qualification is recorded, despite its revocation from Schedule B. O. Reg. 176/10, s. 45 (3).

2010 amendments

46.  (1)  Any person who, on May 19, 2010, held a qualification for Teaching Students Who Are Deaf or Hard of Hearing — ASL/LSQ Communication (Conditional) is deemed, on and after May 20, 2010, to hold an additional qualification for Teaching Students Who Are Deaf or Hard of Hearing — ASL/LSQ Communication. O. Reg. 176/10, s. 46 (1); O. Reg. 239/14, s. 10 (1).

(2)  Any person who, on May 19, 2010, held a qualification for Teaching Students Who Are Deaf or Hard of Hearing — Aural and Oral Communication (Conditional) is deemed, on and after May 20, 2010, to hold an additional qualification for Teaching Students Who Are Deaf or Hard of Hearing — Aural and Oral Communication. O. Reg. 176/10, s. 46 (2).

(3)  Any person who, on May 19, 2010, held a qualification for Teaching Students Who Are Deaf or Hard of Hearing — ASL/LSQ Communication is deemed, on and after May 20, 2010 to hold an additional qualification for Teaching Students Who Are Deaf or Hard of Hearing — ASL/LSQ Communication (Specialist). O. Reg. 176/10, s. 46 (3).

(4)  Any person who, on May 19, 2010, held a qualification for Teaching Students Who Are Deaf or Hard of Hearing — Aural and Oral Communication is deemed, on and after May 20, 2010, to hold an additional qualification for Teaching Students Who Are Deaf or Hard of Hearing — Aural and Oral Communication (Specialist). O. Reg. 176/10, s. 46 (4).

(5)  Any person who, on December 30, 2010, holds a qualification that is set out in Column 2 of the Table to this subsection is deemed, on and after December 31, 2010, to hold the qualification set out in the corresponding cell of Column 3 of the Table.

TABLE

Item

Column 1

Schedule

Column 2

Old qualification name

Column 3

New qualification name

1.

Schedule A

Environmental Science

Environmental Science/Environmental Studies

2.

Schedule C

Aboriginal Peoples: Understanding Traditional Teachings, Histories, Current Issues and Cultures

First Nation, Métis and Inuit Peoples: Understanding Traditional Teachings, Histories, Current Issues and Cultures

3.

Schedule C

Language Arts, Grades 7 and 8

Language, Grades 7 and 8

4.

Schedule C

Special Education — Behaviour

Teaching Students with Behavioural Needs

5.

Schedule C

Special Education — Communication — Autism

Teaching Students with Communication Needs (Autism Spectrum Disorders)

6.

Schedule C

Special Education — Communication — Learning Disability

Teaching Students with Communication Needs (Learning Disability)

7.

Schedule C

Special Education — Communication — Speech and Language

Teaching Students with Communication Needs (Speech and Language)

8.

Schedule C

Special Education — Intellectual — Developmental Disabilities

Teaching Students with Intellectual Needs (Developmental Disability)

9.

Schedule C

Special Education — Intellectual — Gifted

Teaching Students with Intellectual Needs (Giftedness)

10.

Schedule C

Special Education — Multiple Exceptionalities

Teaching Students with Multiple Needs

11.

Schedule C

Special Education — Physical

Teaching Students with Physical Needs

12.

Schedule C

Teaching Aboriginal Children

Teaching First Nation, Métis and Inuit Children

13.

Schedule D

Actualisation linguistique en français/Perfectionnement du français

Actualisation linguistique en français/Programme d’appui aux nouveaux arrivants

14.

Schedule D

Environmental Science

Environmental Science/Environmental Studies

15.

Schedule E

Environmental Science

Environmental Science/Environmental Studies

O. Reg. 176/10, s. 46 (5); O. Reg. 239/14, s. 10 (2, 3).

2011 amendments

47.  (1)  Any person who, on March 30, 2011, holds the qualification in Kindergarten listed in Schedule C is deemed, on and after March 31, 2011, to hold a qualification in part 1 of the three-part accredited program leading to the specialist qualification in Kindergarten listed in Schedule D. O. Reg. 176/10, s. 47 (1).

(2)  If the Registrar records, after March 30, 2011 and before September 30, 2011, on a person’s general certificate of qualification and registration an entry for the qualification in Kindergarten listed in Schedule C, the person is deemed, on and after the date that the Registrar records the qualification, to hold a qualification in part 1 of the three-part accredited program leading to the specialist qualification in Kindergarten listed in Schedule D. O. Reg. 176/10, s. 47 (2).

2012 amendments

48.  Any person who, on August 30, 2012, holds a qualification identified in the Table to this section continues to hold the qualification after that day despite its revocation from the Schedules.

TABLE

Item

Column 1

Schedule

Column 2

Qualification

 

1.

Schedule D

Business Studies — Data Processing

2.

Schedule D

Business Studies — Marketing and Merchandising

3.

Schedule D

Design and Technology

4.

Schedule D

Multiculturalism in Education

5.

Schedule D

The Deaf

O. Reg. 176/10, s. 48.

Note: On September 1, 2015, the Regulation is amended by adding the following section: (See: O. Reg. 239/14, ss. 11, 17 (1))

2015 amendments

48.1.  (1)  Any person who, on August 31, 2015, holds a qualification for Teaching Students Who Are Deaf or Hard of Hearing — ASL/LSQ Communication is deemed, on and after September 1, 2015, to hold,

(a) the qualification for Teaching Students Who Are Deaf or Hard of Hearing — American Sign Language (ASL) if the person meets the requirements set out in subsection 30 (1) relating to American Sign Language; or

(b) the qualification for Teaching Students Who Are Deaf or Hard of Hearing — Langue des signes québécoise (LSQ) if the person meets the requirements set out in subsection 30 (1) relating to Langue des signes québécoise. O. Reg. 239/14, s. 11.

(2)  Any person who, on August 31, 2015, holds a qualification for Teaching Students Who Are Deaf or Hard of Hearing — ASL/LSQ Communication (Specialist) is deemed, on and after September 1, 2015, to hold,

(a) the qualification for Teaching Students Who Are Deaf or Hard of Hearing — American Sign Language (ASL) (Specialist) if the person meets the requirements set out in subsection 31 (1) relating to American Sign Language; or

(b) the qualification for Teaching Students Who Are Deaf or Hard of Hearing — Langue des signes québécoise (LSQ) (Specialist) if the person meets the requirements set out in subsection 31 (1) relating to Langue des signes québécoise. O. Reg. 239/14, s. 11.

(3)  Any person who, on August 31, 2015, holds a qualification that is set out in Column 2 of the Table to this subsection is deemed, on and after September 1, 2015, to hold the qualification set out in the corresponding cell of Column 3 of the Table.

TABLE

Item

Column 1

Column 2

Old Qualification Name

Column 3

New Qualification Name

1.

Schedule A

Religious Education

Religious Education in Catholic Schools

2.

Schedule A

Environmental Science/Environmental Studies

Environmental Science

3.

Schedule C

Teaching Delaware

Teaching Lenape

4.

Schedule D

Religious Education

Religious Education in Catholic Schools

5.

Schedule E

Religious Education

Religious Education in Catholic Schools

6.

Schedule E

Environmental Science/Environmental Studies

Environmental Science

O. Reg. 239/14, s. 11.

(4)  Any person who, on August 31, 2015, holds a qualification identified in the Table to this subsection continues to hold the qualification after that day despite its revocation from Schedule C.

TABLE

Item

Column 1

Schedule

Column 2

Qualification

1.

Schedule C

Enseignement en milieu minoritaire

2.

Schedule C

First Nation, Métis and Inuit Peoples: Understanding Traditional Teachings, Histories, Current Issues and Cultures

3.

Schedule C

Leadership en milieu minoritaire

O. Reg. 239/14, s. 11.

49.-54  Omitted (provides for amendments to this Regulation). O. Reg. 176/10, ss. 49-54.

55.  Omitted (revokes other Regulations). O. Reg. 176/10, s. 55.

56.  Omitted (provides for coming into force of provisions of this Regulation). O. Reg. 176/10, s. 56; O. Reg. 189/11, s. 2 (2).

SCHEDULE A
QUALIFICATIONS IN THE INTERMEDIATE AND SENIOR DIVISIONS IN GENERAL EDUCATION

Anglais

Business Studies — Accounting

Business Studies — Entrepreneurship

Business Studies — General

Business Studies — Information and Communication Technology

Classical Studies — Greek

Classical Studies — Latin

Computer Studies

Dance

Dramatic Arts

Economics

English

Environmental Science/Environmental Studies

Family Studies

Français

French as a Second Language

Geography

Health and Physical Education

History

International Languages

Law

Mathematics

Media Arts

Music — Instrumental

Music — Vocal

Native Languages

Native Studies

Philosophy

Politics

Religious Education

Science — Biology

Science — Chemistry

Science — General

Science — Physics

Social Sciences — General

Visual Arts

O. Reg. 176/10, s. 50, Sched. A.

Note: On September 1, 2015, Schedule A is amended by striking out “Environmental Science/Environmental Studies” and substituting “Environmental Science”. (See: O. Reg. 239/14, ss. 12 (1), 17 (1))

Note: On September 1, 2015, Schedule A is amended by striking out “Religious Education” and substituting “Religious Education in Catholic Schools”. (See: O. Reg. 239/14, ss. 12 (2), 17 (1))

SCHEDULE B
QUALIFICATIONS IN GRADES 9 AND 10 AND GRADES 11 AND 12 IN TECHNOLOGICAL EDUCATION

Communications Technology

Computer Technology

Construction Technology

Green Industries

Hairstyling and Aesthetics

Health Care

Hospitality and Tourism

Manufacturing Technology

Technological Design

Transportation Technology

O. Reg. 176/10, Sched. B.

SCHEDULE C
QUALIFICATIONS

Action Research

Adapting Curriculum for Second-Language Learners

Adapting Curriculum for the Catholic School System

Adult Education

Alternative Education

Arts, Grades 7 and 8

Associate Teaching

Classroom Management

Education Law

Enseignement en milieu minoritaire

Environmental Education

First Nation, Métis and Inuit Peoples: Understanding Traditional Teachings, Histories, Current Issues and Cultures

Français, Grades 7 and 8

Geography, Grades 7 and 8

Health and Physical Education, Grades 7 and 8

History, Grades 7 and 8

Integrated Arts

Language, Grades 7 and 8

Leadership en milieu minoritaire

Mathematics, Grades 7 and 8

Mentoring

Occasional Teaching

Orientation to Teaching in Ontario

Outdoor Experiential Education

Pre-School Education for Children Who Are Deaf or Hard of Hearing

Safe and Accepting Schools

Science and Technology, Grades 7 and 8

Special Education for Administrators

Student Assessment and Evaluation

Teaching and Learning Through e-Learning

Teaching Cayuga

Teaching Combined Grades

Teaching Cree

Teaching Delaware

Teaching Inuktitut

Teaching LGBTQ Students

Teaching Michif

Teaching Mohawk

Teaching Ojibwe

Teaching Ojicree

Teaching Oneida

Teaching Onondaga

Teaching Seneca

Teaching Tuscarora

Teaching in a French Immersion Setting

Teaching in the Catholic School System

Teaching Students with Behavioural Needs

Teaching Students with Communication Needs (Autism Spectrum Disorders)

Teaching Students with Communication Needs (Learning Disability)

Teaching Students with Communication Needs (Speech and Language)

Teaching Students with Intellectual Needs (Developmental Disability)

Teaching Students with Intellectual Needs (Giftedness)

Teaching Students with Intellectual Needs (Mild Intellectual Disability)

Teaching Students with Multiple Needs

Teaching Students with Physical Needs

Teaching First Nation, Métis and Inuit Children

Use and Knowledge of Assistive Technology

O. Reg. 176/10, s. 51, Sched. C; O. Reg. 239/14, s. 13 (1-3).

Note: On September 1, 2015, Schedule C is amended by striking out the following: (See: O. Reg. 239/14, ss. 13 (4), 17 (1))

Enseignement en milieu minoritaire

. . . . .

First Nation, Métis and Inuit Peoples: Understanding Traditional Teachings, Histories, Current Issues and Cultures

. . . . .

Leadership en milieu minoritaire

Note: On September 1, 2015, Schedule C is amended by striking out “Teaching Delaware” and substituting “Teaching Lenape”. (See: O. Reg. 239/14, ss. 13 (5), 17 (1))

SCHEDULE D
THREE-PART SPECIALIST QUALIFICATIONS

Actualisation linguistique en français / Programme d’appui aux nouveaux arrivants

American Sign Language or Langue des signes québécoise

Aural and Oral Communication

Business Studies — Accounting

Business Studies — Entrepreneurship

Business Studies — Information and Communication Technology

Computer Studies

Co-operative Education

Dance

Dramatic Arts

English as a Second Language

Environmental Science/Environmental Studies

Family Studies

French as a Second Language

Guidance and Career Education

Health and Physical Education, Intermediate and Senior

Health and Physical Education, Primary and Junior

Inclusive Classroom

Integration of Information and Computer Technology in Instruction

Intermediate Education

International Languages

Junior Education

Kindergarten

Librarianship

Mathematics, Primary and Junior

Media

Music — Instrumental

Music — Vocal, Intermediate and Senior

Music — Vocal, Primary and Junior

Native Languages

Native Studies

Primary Education

Reading

Religious Education

Science and Technology, Primary and Junior

Social Studies, Primary and Junior

Supporting First Nations, Métis and Inuit Students: Guidance and Counselling

Special Education

Teacher Leadership

Teaching Students Who Are Blind

Teaching Students Who Are Deaf-Blind

Visual Arts

Writing

O. Reg. 176/10, s. 52, Sched. D; O. Reg. 239/14, s. 14 (3).

Note: On September 1, 2015, Schedule D is amended by adding the following: (See: O. Reg. 239/14, ss. 14 (1), 17 (1))

Enseignement et Leadership en situation minoritaire

. . . . .

First Nations, Métis and Inuit Peoples: Understanding Traditional Teachings, Histories, Current Issues and Cultures

Note: On September 1, 2015, Schedule D is amended is amended by striking out “Religious Education” and substituting “Religious Education in Catholic Schools”. (See: O. Reg. 239/14, ss. 14 (2), 17 (1))

SCHEDULE E
HONOUR SPECIALIST QUALIFICATIONS

Anglais

Biology

Business Studies

Chemistry

Classical Studies

Computer Studies

Dance

Dramatic Arts

English

Environmental Science/Environmental Studies

Family Studies

Français

French as a Second Language

Geography

Health and Physical Education

History

International Languages

Mathematics

Music

Native Languages

Native Studies

Physics

Religious Education

Science

Social Sciences

Visual Arts

O. Reg. 176/10, s. 53, Sched. E.

Note: On September 1, 2015, Schedule E is amended by striking out “Environmental Science/Environmental Studies” and substituting “Environmental Science”. (See: O. Reg. 239/14, ss. 15 (1), 17 (1))

Note: On September 1, 2015, Schedule E is amended by striking out “Religious Education” and substituting “Religious Education in Catholic Schools”. (See: O. Reg. 239/14, ss. 15 (2), 17 (1))

SCHEDULE F
QUALIFICATIONS IN TECHNOLOGICAL EDUCATION

Teaching Communications Technology — Interactive New Media and Animation

Teaching Communications Technology — Photography and Digital Imaging

Teaching Communications Technology — Print and Graphic Communications

Teaching Communications Technology — Radio, Audio and Sound Production

Teaching Communications Technology — TV, Video and Movie Production

Teaching Computer Technology — Interfacing

Teaching Computer Technology — Electronics

Teaching Computer Technology — Networking

Teaching Computer Technology — Robotics and Control System

Teaching Computer Technology — Computer Repair

Teaching Computer Technology — Information Technology Support

Teaching Computer Technology — Network Support

Teaching Construction Technology — Construction Management and Science

Teaching Construction Technology — Civil Engineering

Teaching Construction Technology — Carpentry

Teaching Construction Technology — Electrical/Network Cabling

Teaching Construction Technology — Heating and Cooling

Teaching Construction Technology — Masonry

Teaching Construction Technology — Plumbing

Teaching Green Industries — Agribusiness

Teaching Green Industries — Landscaping Architecture

Teaching Green Industries — Horticulture Management and Science

Teaching Green Industries — Floristry

Teaching Green Industries — Agriculture

Teaching Green Industries — Horticulture

Teaching Green Industries — Landscaping Construction and Maintenance

Teaching Green Industries — Forestry

Teaching Hairstyling and Aesthetics — Advanced Shaping and Styling

Teaching Hairstyling and Aesthetics — Chemical Hair Services

Teaching Hairstyling and Aesthetics — Fashion and Theatrical Make-up

Teaching Hairstyling and Aesthetics — Spa Services

Teaching Health Care — Dental Services

Teaching Health Care — Laboratory Services

Teaching Health Care — Nursing/Medical Services

Teaching Health Care — Pharmacy Services

Teaching Health Care — Therapy Services

Teaching Health Care — Child Development

Teaching Health Care — Gerontology

Teaching Hospitality and Tourism — Applied Nutrition

Teaching Hospitality and Tourism — Culinary Arts and Management

Teaching Hospitality and Tourism — Tourism and Travel Planning

Teaching Hospitality and Tourism — Baking

Teaching Hospitality and Tourism — Cooking

Teaching Hospitality and Tourism — Event Planning

Teaching Manufacturing Technology — Mechanical Engineering

Teaching Manufacturing Technology — Robotics and Control Systems

Teaching Manufacturing Technology — Computer Aided Manufacturing

Teaching Manufacturing Technology — Industrial Maintenance

Teaching Manufacturing Technology — Precision Machining

Teaching Manufacturing Technology — Robotics and Control Technician

Teaching Manufacturing Technology — Machine Operator

Teaching Manufacturing Technology — Sheet Metal

Teaching Manufacturing Technology — Welding

Teaching Technological Design — Architectural Design

Teaching Technological Design — Mechanical and Industrial Design

Teaching Technological Design — Apparel and Textile Design

Teaching Technological Design — Robotics and Control System Design

Teaching Technological Design — Interior Design

Teaching Transportation Technology — Auto Service

Teaching Transportation Technology — Auto Body

Teaching Transportation Technology — Heavy Duty and Agricultural Equipment

Teaching Transportation Technology — Light Aircraft

Teaching Transportation Technology — Small Engine and Recreational Equipment

Teaching Transportation Technology — Truck and Coach

O. Reg. 176/10, s. 54.

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