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Tastafe Teachers Agreement

The Tasmanian State Government has recently reached an agreement with the TAFE (Technical and Further Education) teachers union on a new enterprise agreement. The agreement, which will cover more than 300 TAFE teachers across the state, is expected to bring a range of benefits to both teachers and students.

Under the new agreement, TAFE teachers will receive a 7.5% pay increase over the next three years, with the first 2.5% increase taking effect from July 1st, 2021. In addition to this, teachers will also receive a one-off payment of $1,000 to recognise the hard work and dedication they have shown during the COVID-19 pandemic.

The agreement also includes provisions for improved job security for teachers, as well as greater flexibility in their working arrangements. This is expected to benefit both teachers and students, as it will enable teachers to focus more on delivering high-quality education and training, rather than worrying about their job security or work-life balance.

Another important feature of the agreement is its focus on professional development and career progression for TAFE teachers. The agreement acknowledges the important role that teachers play in the education system, and provides support for them to continue to develop their skills and expertise. This will ultimately benefit students, as it will enable teachers to remain up-to-date with the latest developments in their fields, and to provide the best possible education and training to their students.

Overall, the new TasTAFE teachers agreement is a positive development for both teachers and students in Tasmania. By providing greater job security, higher pay, and improved opportunities for professional development, the agreement will help to attract and retain highly skilled and dedicated teachers, and to provide high-quality education and training to students across the state.