QTU METROPOLITAN SOUTH
Branches: CAMP HILL,EAST BRISBANE, INALA DISTRICT, MACGREGOR ROCHEDALE, MT. GRAVATT, SUNNYBANK, RUNCORN, WYNNUM
Organiser: Louise Nicholls (Acting)
Administrative officer: Meryline Croker-Falani
Address: Suite 1/14 Carol Avenue, Springwood QLD 4127
Postal address: PO Box 1750, Milton BC 4064
Ph: (07) 3380 5000
Fax: (07) 3512 9050
Mobile: 0439 782 235
EB9 update 10 June 2019
Workplace meetings for all members to consider how to convince the Queensland Government that Queensland state school teachers and principals are worth a fair EB9 offer are underway around the State. ...read more in the the 28 May Member newsflash.
Meetings and ballots must be held and ballot results submitted by 21 June. For more information speak with your school Union Rep
It is vital that as many members as possible attend these meetings and participate in the upoming workplace ballots for protected industrial action.Your Union Rep has been supplied with materials in support of this next step in the campaign for your new EB agreement.
Going on leave? Your entitlements and more
Member information session:
When : Wednesday 19 June 2019 from 4:00 to 5:00pm
Where: QTU Springwood Office Hotel Gloria, Ground Floor, 14 Carol Avenue Springwood
27 May 2019 : This course is now fully booked - no further registrations accepted
MeetingsBranch Meetings Area Council Meetings Council and Conference dates
QuEST [Queensland Education Support and Training] is the professional development arm of the QTU.
QuEST’s goal is to deliver high quality professional development to teachers and school leaders across Queensland. Our new Professional Development Officer, Rebecca Hack, is working closely with QTU officers, members and external providers to identify a suite of professional development programs that meets the needs of our members right across this diverse state.
QuEST offers a range of programs, including face-to-face and live online programs. Programs will be open to all members. As a not-for-profit initiative, QuEST aims to keep professional development affordable and operates on a cost recovery basis.
These programs are recognised as legitimate professional development by the Department of Education and Queensland College of Teachers. As such, it is appropriate to apply for release and funding through your normal school professional development processes.
Industrial education and training programs
The Queensland Teachers' Education Centre (QTEC) is responsible for the coordination, planning and delivery of the Union's member education and training program.
The Union offers a range of training and professional development opportunities for all members of the Union in Brisbane and regional areas. Topics such as LCCs, knowing your working conditions and effective negotiations are included in a program of afternoon seminars which are advertised through workplace union reps and on this website.
QTEC also provides training to administrators, area council delegates, women activists, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander members, TAFE and new educator members.
QTEC coordinates a professional development program for all members on behaviour management and other current educational issues in metropolitan and country areas. These sessions are held after school locally as well as full day courses. Paid leave to attend full day professional development courses is available, with the approval of the principal, in accordance with EQ’s professional development policy.
The Union's commitment to new teachers is a priority and is a strong focus of the training program throughout the year. These conferences and courses provide opportunities for new teachers to contribute to Union priorities and directions.
Branches in Metro South
- CAMP HILL
- EAST BRISBANE
- INALA DISTRICT
- MACGREGOR ROCHEDALE
- MT GRAVATT