Nominations are now open for our two Federal Conference delegates. Our Federal Conference is held every February in Melbourne and sets our union's direction for the year ahead.
Nominations are also open for our TAFE Council Executive Member and TAFE Council Delegate, and TAFE Yalukit Yulendj Committee member.READ MORE
Nominations are now open for our ACT Vice Presidents. We have one Vice President for CIT and two Vice Presidents for schools, which covers teachers, school leaders, school assistants and psychologists.
The Vice Presidents sit on the Executive, which conducts our union's operational affairs, and represents the union as required.READ MORE
Yesterday, Elizabeth Kikkert, an MLA for the Canberra Liberals, used parliamentary privilege to accuse Canberra’s teachers of criminal activity. She accused them of child grooming, which is defined as befriending and establishing an emotional connection with a child to lower that child’s inhibitions with the object of sexual abuse.READ MORE
Nominations are now open for our Federal Conference and Committees. Our Federal Conference is held every February in Melbourne and sets our union's direction for the year ahead. The Committees meet a number of times every year to decide how we will progress the rights and conditions of our members.READ MORE
We are looking for our next Business Manager to lead the Administration team in our office. If you think this could be you, click here to find out how to apply.READ MORE
I want to acknowledge the school leaders here today, the overwhelming majority of whom are AEU members. You do an amazing job. This new paradigm should excite and encourage you. The rest of the country is watching our work on occupational violence with great interest. We are out of the blocks first and we will get it right first. History will record that it was the ACT and its public school leaders that led the nation and addressed the elephant that has been in the room for too long. I acknowledge that our principals have been at the pointy end of occupational violence, and have on thankfully fairly rare occasions experienced physical violence, verbal abuse, threats and intimidation from students and also from members of the community. Maybe you started to think it was what you signed up for. It wasn’t.READ MORE