Pages with topic "School Officers"
The Joint Working Party (JWP) reviewing the Queensland Catholic school officer classification structure is considering alternative classification models to replace the current flawed structure.
The Joint Working Party (JWP) to review the school officer classification structure in Queensland Catholic schools has commenced.
Several IEUA-QNT members have been acknowledged for their outstanding contributions within the Queensland Catholic education community at this year’s Spirit of Catholic Education Awards.
26 Aug 2020 : The case for greater protection of permanent jobs
With less than half of Australia’s 12.5 million workers employed in a permanent, full-time job with leave entitlements, the need to address insecure work has never been greater.
Brisbane Catholic Education’s (BCE) shameful decision to close Seton College is a blatant sell-out of students, parents and staff.
10 Aug 2020 : Careers you can count on needed for school officers as classification review commences in Queensland Catholic sector
A review of outdated school officer classifications and pay structures has commenced in Queensland Catholic schools, following the implementation of new enterprise agreements.
31 Jul 2020 : Queensland Lutheran school staff vote no to employer’s planned cuts to current working conditions
Teachers and school support staff employed in Queensland Lutheran schools have voted no to a substandard agreement proposed by their employer, Lutheran Education Queensland (LEQ).
New provisions aim to support teachers and school officers working with students who have identified learning needs.
15 Jul 2020 : PMSA members unite to enhance working conditions
Members of our union employed in PMSA schools are uniting as a collective to enhance their working conditions and ensure their employer shows recognition and respect for their hard work.
25 Jun 2020 : New health and safety guidelines for boarding schools
The Australian Health Protection Principal Committee (AHPPC) have released an updated statement on how boarding schools and school-based residential colleges should manage the risks of COVID-19.
Despite the upheaval and challenges resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic, the guaranteed 1 July 2020 wage increase for Anglican school employees shows that ongoing collective effort of members results in improved workplace conditions.
11 Jun 2020 : Doing your tax in the time of COVID-19
With the majority of members having worked from home at some point this year due to the COVID-19 crisis, the implications for your tax return this year need to be minded carefully.
The future of professional development (PD) opportunities has never been as accessible for school officers and services staff, with COVID-19 forcing schools to accept and adapt to online training and learning technology.
15 May 2020 : Health and safety of staff and students critical as all students set to return to school
Maintaining the health and safety of all school staff and students needs to be the number one priority for schools following the today’s Queensland government announcement that all students will return to on-site learning from 25 May 2020, the Independent…
IEU members employed in boarding houses and outdoor education centres attached to schools continue to face uncertainty.
Non-government school employers have no justification for continued or further stand downs of school support staff, as students begin a phased return to on-site schooling.
29 Apr 2020 : Schools supporting school officers and services staff
Our union is commending schools that have supported school officers and services staff throughout the COVID-19 pandemic.
28 Apr 2020 : NCCD data should not be required for Term 2
Our union is concerned that the current disruption to Term 2 schooling will have a significant impact on the Nationally Consistent Collection of Data (NCCD) on school students with disability processes and procedures, including both delivery of modified l…
The intention to open Queensland schools in Term 2 on the basis of a home-based learning model with limited student attendance on a school site, raises a number of operational considerations especially for school officers and support staff.
11 Feb 2020 : Union support sees employer warning withdrawn
Our union has successfully supported a member who received a written warning from their employer stating they had breached the staff code of conduct for having a conversation with a colleague in their native language.