I have been doing some research into registering as a teacher in WA and came across this on the TRBWA website:
If you have not taught or studied in an Australian teaching or educational context
If you have neither taught nor studied in the Australian teaching and educational context, you are therefore generally considered by the Board to be unable to fully meet the Professional Standards. Until such time as such teachers either study or teach in Australia/New Zealand they will be unable to be granted registration in the Full or Provisional categories.
However, overseas teachers in this position may still apply for Limited Registration or apply for Non-Practising Registration.
Am I correct in assuming that you have to teach for 100 days in a WA school before you can become fully registered?