It is difficult to separate workload from wellbeing. When members feel workload pressure they may feel stressed and overwhelmed, resulting in a negative impact on their wellbeing. However, the QTU has focused on a number of key areas with respect to wellbeing.
QTU advice and information
Commonly held views on collegial engagement and how they align to the joint statement. The collegial approach to improving pedagogical practice should be built on trust, respect, honesty and consistency...
To help dispel any confusion over what constitutes a valid expectation and what does not, the QTU has prepared this handout on some commonly held views and how they align to the reality of the award and agreement.
Latest Staying Well
Members turn up the heat on climate control
Following the first Workload and Wellbeing Awareness Month (WWAM) in 2017, a number of key strategies to address workload and wellbeing continue to progress.23 April 2018 Read More
WWAM goes off with a bang!
The QTU’s first Workload and Wellbeing Awareness Month (WWAM) in November proved a riproaring success, with many schools making the effort to either have a workplace meeting about workload or taking the time to put in place strategies to address member wellbeing.28 February 2018 Read More