By now the vast majority of pre-2004 teachers should have received a kit from NESA containing a certificate declared them Proficient and an accreditation map. Details of how to maintain accreditation were also enclosed.
Notwithstanding the above, NESA has had significant technological complexities which have impacted members. Problems with incorrect addresses has also been an issue.
Importantly, pre-2004 teachers do not have to pay their NESA fee until invoiced. Members will have six weeks to pay after receiving the invoice. At this stage (given the problems NESA is experiencing with its website) it is unlikely invoices will arrive until toward the end of Term 1.