Training videos

TAFE: OH&S (Covid-19 proceedures)

In this webinar we discuss the issues facing TAFE teachers in the time of the COVID19 pandemic.  We will talk about the specific health and safety challenges it presents, and how to approach these with AEU support and guidance.
 

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Early Childhood: OH&S (Covid-19)

This webinar discusses the current OH&S challenges related to working in the Early Childhood sector during the COVID-19 pandemic, and the steps you can take to protect your health and safety.
 

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WOWs: Improving your work conditions

Find out how to get your ideas for improving women’s working conditions into the next Agreement.

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Education Support: Improving your work conditions

Find out how to get your ideas for improving ES working conditions into the next Agreement.

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How to run a log of claims meeting

This webinar details how sub-branches an run an effective log of claims meeting at their school.

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Have your say in the next Agreement

This webinar details the steps to take if you want to have your voice hear in the next Agreement.

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Increasing your sub-branch membership

The beginning of the year is a great time to increase your sub-branch's membership. There are most likely graduates, ES and CRT's who are new to your staff; talking to them about joining in their first weeks is really important. In this webinar we will share with you some of our best tips, collated from our strongest sub-branches and AEU organisers around the state, for approaching your colleagues to join.
 

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Starting out as a CRT

In this webinar we discuss finding work directly, signing up to an agency, your working rights and conditions, your pay and your legal responsibilities.

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Help! I have too much work to do

Do you feel like your work cannot fit into the hours available? This webinar explores the process of bringing your workload under control. We will look at raising and managing workload concerns within your school. 

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Overwork is an OHS issue too

Overwork can describe working too hard, too much or for too long. Sustained overwork can cause physical and/or mental distress. As a result, the effects of overwork often manifest in an OHS issue.

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