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CIT

Our Organisation

AEU ACT Branch is governed by Council, composed of elected representatives from all schools and campuses, and Executive, directly elected by members. Each and every member has a say in the direction of our union through sub-branches located in each workplace. The Australian Education Union is not affiliated with any political party.

Rules

AEU ACT Branch Rules

Standing Orders of Branch Council

AEU Federal Branch Rules

AEU ACT Branch Policy and Procedures Manual

AEU ACT Reconciliation Plan

Membership Fees: Teachers, School Psychologists, School Leaders

Membership Fees: School Assistants

Membership Fees: IT Teachers

Membership Fees: Associate Members 

Reports

Annual Report 2015

Annual Report 2014

Operating Report 2014

Annual Report 2013

Audited Financial Report 2013

Annual Report 2012

Annual Report 2011

Disclosures to members required by the AEU ACT Branch Rules

Policy

Aboriginal Embassy | Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Education | Childcare | Class Sizes | Combatting Racism | Correctional Settings | Curriculum | Early Childhood | Environment | Equal Employment | Gender Equity | Health Care Needs | Higher Education | Hours of Attendance | High School Working Conditions | Industrial Action | Information Technology | Meeting the Needs of All Students | Occupational Health & Safety | Paid Tutors | Peace & Disarmament | Playground Duty | Privacy | Promoting Indigenous Education | Referees Roles | Relief Teachers | School Based Management | School Closure | Sexual Harassment | Special Education | Student Reporting | Teacher-Librarian Working Conditions | Teacher Welfare Fund | Teaching Loads | Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL) | Transfers | Vocational Education in Schools | Violence in Educational Settings | Voluntary Work

 

AEU ACT is a Registered Organisation with the Fair Work Commission.

 

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