Pages with topic "Graduates"
Our union offers a comprehensive online and scheduled professional development (PD) program to help early career teachers navigate their beginning years in the profession.
7 Jun 2018 : Unsupported teachers slipping through the cracks
QLD study shows early career teachers are missing out on professional support leading to many leaving the profession.
Graduate teachers in Queensland Catholic schools have received a salary boost of $3,000+ following negotiations between our union and employers.
New study aims to better understand the challenges faced by early career teachers, and better plan and provide tailored support in overcoming those challenges.
Four months after voting to form a union in order to create a better workplace, graduate teachers from Yale university in the United States continued to be denied the right to do so with the university’s administration refusing to negotiate with them.
5 Dec 2016 : Supply teaching: a pathway to full-time employment
28 Jun 2016 : How much release time are you entitled to as a graduate?
During your first year of teaching you may not know what you are entitled to when it comes to release time. Regardless of the sector you work in, you should be aware of your ability to access support and additional release time as part of your role and pr…
Applications are open for graduating teachers to fill positions in 2017 across a range of Queensland Catholic schools.
16 Jun 2015 : Fixed term contracts and early career teachers
While many early career teachers are initially appointed to teaching positions on a fixed-term contract, in many cases employees should make appointments to continuing employment.
12 Mar 2015 : Graduate Teachers face uncertain future
Graduating teachers have the odds stacked against them when it comes to securing a long term position, with more registered teachers than teaching jobs in Queensland.
Graduating teachers in Queensland have the odds stacked against them when it comes to securing a long term position, with more registered teachers than teaching jobs in Queensland.