In his final Journal editorial before retirement, QTU General Secretary Graham Moloney looks to the future and the challenges it poses for our Union.
As he prepares to retire from the Presidency of the QTU, Kevin Bates uses his final Journal column to look at what can be learned from his years of service.
There’s never been a better time to invite new educators, and all teachers who haven’t yet become a QTU member, to join their Union at a discounted rate.
Like so many facets of our lives, the annual Australian Education Union Federal Women’s Conference altered its format this year because of the pandemic.
What a cataclysmic year 2020 has turned out to be! Cresta Richardson reflects on some of the lessons to be learned from the past few months.
The Working Conditions Committee has as its key responsibility developments in salaries and working conditions of members.
The workload reduction reviews continue to result in positive changes that should help to change the culture of workload intensification.
The QTU’s workload reduction campaign has totted up a number of successes since it was launched at the 2019 QTU Biennial Conference. Here we reflect on some of the campaign milestones that brought us to this point.
The QTU's workload reduction campaign rolls on. Here's a summary of what lies ahead.
The QTU has now issued a directive to ban all elements of NAPLAN in 2020/2021. This means a ban on all activities associated with NAPLAN.
A QTU questionnaire sent to all HOSES members has confirmed that many are undertaking duties and responsibilities that are not consistent with their role description.
Kate Williams from QUT's School of Early Childhood and Inclusive Education looks at the value of music education for students.
The public providers will have to clear up the mess left by the collapse of All Trades, the latest private RTO to go under, and as usual there will be insufficient funding available to bridge the inevitable gaps and partial completions.
Research has found that almost all Australians feel it’s important that federal funding for TAFE is increased in order to help recovery from the recession.
The QTU is engaging in a project to support employees who are impacted by menopause - the QTU Menopause Project.
The state winner of the QTU-sponsored Excellence in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Education category at this year's Showcase Awards was the People, Culture and Country art project. Project manager Christina Papadimitriou tells us more.
Rural and remote service can be instrumental in shaping the teacher and person you grow to become. Beginning teachers share their experiences.
2020 has been an exciting year of innovation in the new educator (NE) space within the QTU.
Many cases and inquiries have demonstrated how important prompt reporting of knowledge or suspicion is to protecting children.
The QTU's new Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Officer Rachel Bos explains her role.
Bundaberg Special School’s administration team pro-actively supported staff wellbeing this term by arranging private counselling sessions.
The Young Workers Hub (YWH), which educates, supports and campaigns for young workers, also delivers education and training sessions to young people.
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