Next year is sure to have its own challenges and complexities, which together we can overcome to realise its possibilities.
QTU General Secretary Kate Ruttiman pays tribute to Life Member Clive Jentz, who passed away in September.
Each year, three eligible QTU members are awarded a scholarship up to the value of $1,500 to assist with expenses associated with undertaking professional development or training or further tertiary education relevant to special education, school leadership or women in education.
Based on member feedback, a fortnightly direct debit payment option for membership dues is now available.
Dozens of schools in the south of the state are to see their transfer ratings increase in recognition of their complexity.
As this is the last Journal in what has been another challenging and formidable year; it’s time to reflect on the year that was.
To assist you in reading the proposed new agreement, the QTU has developed an easy guide to navigating the agreement, which outlines the components of the offer and where to find the agreement clauses that deliver them.
After an absence of seven years, the QTU Land Language Culture Conference was held at the Spirits of the Red Sands, Beenleigh on 19 and 20 September.
The QTU’s Innovate Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) was launched at the QTU Land Language and Culture – Carry the Flame Conference in September.
The QTU was proud to sponsor the Excellence in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Education category at this year's Showcase Awards. Here state winner Moreton Bay Environmental Education Centre shares its experiences of building cultural understanding and capabilities on Quandamooka Country.
The World Indigenous Peoples’ Conference on Education (WIPCE) is a triennial international conference, and this year it was held in Adelaide, from 26 to 30 September.
Whether you are a beginning teacher starting at your very first workplace, transferring to a new location or teaching a new year level - making connections is vital.
After two years online, this year’s AEU Federal Women’s Conference was held face-to-face in Melbourne, providing an opportunity for women activists and allies to meet and reconnect.
The QTU is partnering with Queensland University of Technology to investigate teachers’ and school leaders’ workload and work intensification.
Go Home on Time Day is a great way to remind ourselves that life doesn’t need to revolve solely around work.
QTU Pride Committee / Brisbane Pride celebrations / Sydney Mardi Gras / WorldPride
In October, 1,400 state school principals and senior education leaders travelled from across Queensland to Brisbane for the first in-person Principals’ Conference since 2019
Most, but not all, people look forward to retirement. Even those who look forward to it, however, can find it a less than enjoyable, and some will even find it downright trying. Here are a few things that can make retirement living fulfilling and enjoyable.
Transferring to a remote location can be daunting, as Acting Campaigns Communication Officer Beck Humphreys knows only too well. So, Beck has come up with some advice to help make the transition easier.
With the current TAFE Queensland Agreement approaching its nominal end date, the Union is preparing to commence bargaining in April next year.
An unusual drunken toilet mishap has prompted further consideration of the scope of employers’ vicarious liability for non-criminal negligent acts.
Summer vacation pay