Workload Provisions Taskforce 2020 – call for nominations
The PPTA Executive has approved the establishment of a taskforce to review the collective agreement workload provisions (non-contact time, average class size, compensatory mechanisms, timetable policies etc.) for the first half of 2020
The taskforce will meet up to three times prior to July 2020 and produce a report to Executive which considers:
- coherence and clarity of wording
- currency for members
- operational manageability
The report will feed into a wider sector review of teacher workload protections, and will inform our discussion with members in the claims development processes tor the 2022 collective agreement rounds.
We are seeking nominations from members for the following positions on the taskforce:
- two timetablers (including one from a MLE/FLS)
- a PPTA branch chairperson
- a classroom teacher
If you would like more information, or are interested in being part of this group, please request a nomination form from email@example.com using the subject line 'Workload Provision Taskforce'.
Nominations close at 5pm on January 28, 2020.