Knowledge > Supporting Partners

Box Hill Institute
Box Hill Institute has a wide range of training to suit VITTA members and associated schools.
Deakin University
Deakin University supports teachers in a number of programs throughout the year.
Monash University
Monash University assist s VITTA support in teaching and student competitions
Melbourne University
Melbourne University supports teachers and students in many of VITTA's senior ICT programs.
aMuse is the Association of Music Educators in Victoria open to all music educators and those interested in music education.
Beyond Chalk
Beyond Chalk, an ICT professional learning organisation, offering sessions for technology inspiration and integration in schools, is working with VITTA to provide professional development to teachers in Professional Learning Networks.
Multimedia Victoria
VITTA works with Multimedia Victoria on a number of projects to assist our students P-12 achieve their
potential in employing ICT in classroom activities, guiding student ICT study pathways and encouraging ICT
careers to upskill Australia for a prosperous future in the Information age.
The VITTA conference and its professional learning programs reference the Victorian Institute of Teaching's Standards of Professional Professional Practice for renewal of teacher registration. Teachers participating as presenters or delegates will be accredited for professional development hours meeting those standards.

VITTA is working with WorkSafe Victoria to deliver outstanding workplace safety, together with quality care and insurance protection to employers and particularly young workers.
VITTA sits on the committees whose charter is to build up the eLearning industry in Victoria (producers of content, suppliers of hardware and software,and users).
Department of Education and Early Childhood Development
VITTA acknowledges the support of the Department of Education and Early Childhood Development
through the Strategic Partnerships Program.
Australian Computer Society
VITTA in conjunction with the Australian Computer Society work together to promote the use of ICT in schools, particularly in senior studies and ICT student pathways beyond school and into satisfying ICT careers. 
Australian Bureau of Statistics
VITTA and the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) are working together to support statistical literacy through technologies and the Census at Schools   project.
Curriculum Corporation
Working together to support professional learning and student success, VITTA and Curriculum Corporation offer resources to extend  teaching and learning strategies that develop the independent learning skills vital for  students success in the Digital Revolution.