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The Disciplinary Appeals Boards was established under the Education and Training Reform Act 2006 to hear and determine appeals in relation to decisions of the Secretary made under section 2.4.59F (Unsatisfactory Performance), section 2.4.61 (Misconduct) and section 2.4.61A (Serious Misconduct) of the Education and Training Reform Act 2006 from employees in the teaching service of the Department of Education and Training.

The Disciplinary Appeals Boards is one of the independent statutory authorities associated with the Victorian Department of Education and Training's portfolio. The Disciplinary Appeals Boards will aim to support the achievements of Victorian Government intentions, expressed through legislation and Ministerial Orders.

Disciplinary Appeals Boards Outcomes

The Disciplinary Appeals Boards will achieve:

  • the establishment of appropriate procedures and practices for the efficient operation of the Disciplinary Appeals' Boards
  • effective handling of disciplinary appeals
  • fair and equitable treatment for all applicants and ensure the principles of natural justice are adhered to throughout the hearing process
Information Notes for Appellants

Please download the Information Notes for Appellants.

Notes for Appellants
Lodging a Disciplinary Appeal

An application for an Appeal may be lodged by email, mail or fax by printing and completing the Appeal Application Form.  (see Schedule 11, Education and Training Reform Regulations 2017)

The application for an appeal must be signed and dated.

The Disciplinary Appeals brochure will assist in lodging your appeal.

Appeal Application Form

Appeal Brochure

 The completed application form and a copy of the Secretary's determination letter and preliminary view letter should be emailed, faxed or mailed to:

Disciplinary Appeals Boards
Level 4, Casselden Place
2 Lonsdale Street
Melbourne Victoria 3000
Telephone: (03) 9032 1701
Fax: (03) 9032 1709

Please note that applications need to be lodged within 14 days after the date on which the appellant is given notice in writing of the determination.