Consultation: a QTU guide

For QTU Reps and school leaders

What constitutes genuine consultation? What issues should you be consulted on? Why does it matter? This guide answers all these questions and many more.

Starting with an overview of the consultation processes available in schools, we then delve deeper into the workings of the local consultative committee (LCC), with advice on how to establish a work program, reach consensus and resolve disputes.

The guide also includes a comprehensive range of reference documents, covering staffing flexibility, student free days, the joint statements, variations of standard hours of instruction, meal beaks and bus and playground duty, and staff meetings.

Click on the image on the right to access the guide (you will need your QTU membership number and password).