Deadline for 2022-2023 Committee Applications is April 11, 2022.

How to Join a Committee of the SPTRB

The Board of Directors of the Saskatchewan Professional Teachers Regulatory Board (SPTRB) is seeking registered teachers and public representatives to serve on the Professional Conduct Committee or the Discipline Committee.


Successful applicants will form a pool of candidates from which committee members will be drawn as the need arises.

Professional Conduct Committee

The Professional Conduct Committee is responsible for determining how to address complaints regarding professional misconduct or professional incompetence.

Discipline Committee

The Discipline Committee is responsible for holding public hearings of complaints of misconduct and incompetence and for determining appropriate disciplinary action to be taken when there is a finding of guilt.

Interested in serving on a Committee?
Application Process for PCC and DC

Selection Criteria
Committee Appointments



"Being on the PCC has strengthened my professionalism since I often view things through a lens of ethics towards the profession. I value the work on the PCC as I believe it strengthens the profession by keeping our standards and expectations high for our members. Staff members and colleagues look to me for advice due to the knowledge and experience gained from the work on the PCC."

- Len Lorenz, Registered Teacher, PCC Member

“Serving on the Professional Conduct Committee or Discipline Committee provides a more concrete and in-depth understanding about what is explicitly required of teachers in terms of conduct and competence, and the disciplinary measures that can be applied when these are not properly attended to. Because teaching is a profession requiring of its members to exhibit professional behaviour at all times, anyone wanting to expand their ethical knowledge should consider sitting on one of the SPTRB’s committees. Doing so will increase your legislative knowledge of the Registered Teachers Act/SPTRB Bylaws that we as Saskatchewan Teachers are expected to abide by. Committee work will also provide many opportunities to reflect and reevaluate your own behaviour, give unexpected guidance when facing inevitable professional dilemmas and lead to making better daily professional decisions overall.”

Natasha Cochran, Registered Teacher, PCC Member

"Serving on the PCC has been such a huge asset in my own personal growth both as an educator and as an administrator. It has given me the opportunity to reflect on the profession in a more holistic way, especially in the context of the public trust."

Dan Mielke, Registered Teacher, PCC Member