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TAFE Teaching Staff Agreement 2018 workload calculator

Publish date: 08/11/2018
13 Attachment(s)
Summary: The Victorian TAFE Teaching Staff Agreement 2018 officially came into operation on 19 October 2018. The AEU will be printing and distributing the AEU implementation guide for the new agreement soon. While most of the agreement will be enforceable from the operational date this year, clause 26.1 stipulates that Part E: Hours of Work and Allocation of Duties will operate from 1 January 2019. This includes clause 32: Allocation of duties and associated hours.  This allows time to discuss and introduce the new workload and workplan provisions, prior to commencement in 2019...

TAFE Teaching Staff Agreement 2018 workload calculator

Publish date: 08/11/2018
10 Attachment(s)
Summary: The Victorian TAFE Teaching Staff Agreement 2018 officially came into operation on 19 October 2018. The AEU will be printing and distributing the AEU implementation guide for the new agreement soon. While most of the agreement will be enforceable from the operational date this year, clause 26.1 stipulates that Part E: Hours of Work and Allocation of Duties will operate from 1 January 2019. This includes clause 32: Allocation of duties and associated hours.  This allows time to discuss and introduce the new workload and workplan provisions, prior to commencement in 2019...

Disability: Wages Calculator

Publish date: 24/04/2018
Summary: The AEU disability wages calculator is a tool for you to estimate the minimum rate of pay for your position in the disability services sector. Calculate my pay  Who is the calculator for? The calculator can be used by members in day services. The calculator does not calculate wages for members in employment services. The calculator is only for day services because of the complex equal remuneration order that applies. What information do I need to use the calculator? If you work in day services, you will need the following information to estimate the minimum wage...

Schools: CRT employment

Publish date: 16/04/2018
Summary: You can be employed directly via a school or through an agency as a casual relief teacher. There can be benefits to both but the key difference between employment directly through a school is that your conditions and pay are governed by Ministerial Order 1039.  Agencies may pay you in accordance with the order but are not obliged to and may only pay you award rates (The Educational Services (Teachers) Award), which can be much lower. Agencies may also have fees and commission. It is important that you check any contract offered to you, and call MSC for advice on 03 9417...