“Respect, teamwork, trust, safety and sustainability” are some of the core concepts that a class of 14 Indigenous Certificate II in Engineering Pathways students say they’ve deeply valued throughout their CQUni TAFE learning journey.
The QTU is insisting that the next EB includes a revised classification and salary structure for classified positions. Here QTU principal members explain what they do, the stresses involved and what they hope to see in the future.
The EB9 Log of Claims, which was developed following extensive consultation with members at both workplace, branch and area council levels, was endorsed by QTU State Council in Novembe. But what happens now?
While debate rages on the role of neo-liberal economics and the “broken rules” of the current industrial relations system, teachers and principals in state schools and TAFE will have to engage with the current system in pursuit of improvements to wages and working conditions.