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AEU Leaders Convention, New TAFE Organiser welcome, Support Staff news, Gonski latest and more…

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New TAFE Organiser

We’re very pleased to welcome and introduce to you Simon Bailey – the new TAFE Organiser.

 
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Extension Schools Project Officer

AEU Executive decided late last year to put in place a six-month Project Officer position focusing on Extension Schools. 
 
We are very pleased to announce that Andrew Butler was the successful applicant and will be starting in the role on 20 February, based in the Hobart office and working two days a week (.4FTE).

 
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Leaders Convention 2017

The 2017 AEU Leaders Convention will be held on the beautiful North West Coast in Devonport on Thursday and Friday, May 18th and 19th. If you’re a Rep, or co-Rep, then you’re a leader and you need to Save the Date!

 
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Lab Techs working group

One of the key outcomes of the PSUWA negotiations was the commitment from the DoE to review the current formulas for the allocation of Laboratory Technicians. 

 
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Teacher Assistants – working group

One of the main outcomes for Teacher Assistants of the PSUWA was a commitment from the DoE to review the career structure of Teacher Assistants. 

 
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Become a Rep

Great training, comradery and leadership experience are just some of the opportunities on offer if you become an AEU workplace Rep.

 
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Hodgman must fight for Gonski

Time is running out for Premier Will Hodgman to convince Malcolm Turnbull to honour Tasmania’s full Gonski Agreement and deliver $100 million to our schools in the next two years.

 
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Kindy 15 hours’ campaign

Children currently access 15 hours of Kindergarten each week – 10 hours funded by the state government and five by the Federal Government but Malcolm Turnbull won’t commit to continuing to fund his share.

 
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Allied Health and PSUWA update

A reminder that the new Public Sector Unions Wages Agreement (2016) and the Allied Health Professionals Public Sector Unions Wages Agreement (2016) were registered in the Tasmanian Industrial Commission at the end of last year and will deliver many gains for employees.

 
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TAFE Casual Vacancies - results

The Australian Electoral Commission has declared the results for the recent round of elections for TAFE Casual Vacancies.

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First year teachers get BeTTR!

First year teachers - additional support is available for you so don’t miss out on claiming your BeTTR time.

 
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International Women's Day - Quiz

The Unions Tasmania Women's Committee is delighted to be holding a Quiz Night to celebrate International Women's Day. Join us at The Duke, in Hobart on Friday, March 3, from 6pm.

 
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Disability Standards Modules

The DoE has not made a central directive that all staff must complete Disability Standards Modules.

 
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Changed your work arrangements? Notify us now!

If anything about your work arrangements has changed such as your FTE status, or you’re taking maternity leave, or you’re retiring soon then you must let us know straightaway so we can make appropriate amendments to your membership subscription payments.

 
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Make the Switch


If you’ve not already done so, Make the Switch now from your employer provided payroll deduction to credit card or direct debit payments for your AEU membership subscriptions and ensure we remain strong “in union”.
 
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