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Gonski – now or never, Floods and Special Leave, Teacher Transfers, Long Leave requests, Public Education Day wrap and more…
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Gonski Doorknock 19 June

With the election only weeks away there’s a final big doorknock, to kick off National Gonski Week, on Sunday June 19.

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Get ready for Gonski Week

National Gonski Week starts on Sunday 19 June and, with the election just a week later, it could be the most important week ever – find out why…

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Long Leave in 2017


If you are considering taking Long Leave for 2017 then there’s an important DoE circular you need to read and a few important points to keep in mind.
 
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Circular Head “mugs and muffins” – Gonski update


We’re holding a Gonski information session at Circular Head on Tuesday, 14 June – find out what you need to know about school funding ahead of the Federal Election.
 
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Floods and Special Leave


We wrote to the Department of Education (DOE) with an urgent request that if you, as an employee, could not attend work because of a situation resulting from the devastating floods affecting many parts of Tasmania, then you should be able to access (paid) Special Leave.

 
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Teacher Transfers & annual applications for 2017 staffing – clarifications


The DoE has sent out Circular Memo –HR7/2016 -2017 -Teacher Transfers which outlines the process for making application for Teacher Transfers in accord with the Teacher Transfer/Assignment of Permanent Duties Industrial Agreement 2013 (TTIA). 
 
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Teacher Transfer survey

The Teacher Transfer Agreement 2013 is soon to be under review so we are seeking input from AEU teacher members regarding any concerns or suggestions for how the Agreement might be improved.
 

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Federal Women’s Conference – apply now


The 2016 AEU Federal Women’s Conference will be held in Melbourne on 8 & 9 October and this year’s theme is ‘Respect’. We will fund two people (AEU members) to attend the Conference and applications are now invited.
 
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Public Education Day Dinner and Awards


The inaugural AEU Public Education Day Dinner, held on the May 25 at Drysdale in Hobart, was an amazing success and congratulations to all the award winners.
 
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Branch Council Wrap


Helen Richardson, Branch President, reports back from the latest Branch Council meeting held on Friday, 13 May, in Hobart.
 
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Councillor Vox Pop


Claire Bugg, a teacher at Huonville High, is a member of Branch Council and Executive. Let’s meet Claire…
 
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Planning and assessment time – do you have yours?


The Teaching Service Agreement provides for dedicated time for planning and assessment - have you got yours?

 
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New Factsheets


Our expert staff regularly produce factsheets to assist you in a range of work-related matters.
Click here to read some of our latest factsheets.

 
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