Stca Collective Agreement

(d) Teachers who move into an HPTSA school shall have the right to choose either the transfer and resettlement provisions of this Agreement or other transfer and resettlement provisions or grants which may be offered from time to time by the Ministry of Education and to which they would be entitled, but not for both. After at least three years of uninterrupted service in one or more HPTSA schools, a teacher shall have access to the transfer and termination provisions of this Agreement when moving from that category of school to another teaching position in a public or integrated school. (a) Teachers shall move to the appropriate basic scale indicated on the scale, provided that the employer certifies that the teacher has met the appropriate level of the Professional Standards for Secondary School Teachers – Criteria for Quality-Oriented Education annexed as Supplement 1 to this Agreement. “Collective Agreement for Secondary Teachers” may be abbreviated to stca Note: The reduction may be related to the surplus staffing process, but is not sufficient in itself to require the processes described in clause 3.9.3 of this Agreement in the school. (b) If a board is to award less than three performance allowances to Kāhui Ako teachers (within the school), the number of temporary tasks to be performed shall be determined by the Employers` Committee in accordance with clause 3.2.3 of this Agreement. (e) for the purpose of calculating the subsidy, the salary includes the salary plus any other permanent wage allowance (including units) paid in accordance with the provisions of this Agreement or any temporary allowance (including units) payable for a period of 12 months or more. Temporary aid paid for a period of less than 12 months shall be excluded from the calculation of the subsidy. If you wish to obtain a printed copy of this Agreement, we recommend that you download the following PDF version. (b) Except as otherwise provided in this Agreement, a teacher shall be detained at the highest point in the salary scale of his qualification group. 4.23.7 Each teacher in a Kāhui Ako (inter-community) teacher role shall be allocated the equivalent of ten hours of non-teaching time per week. The Labour Council, in consultation with the Kāhui Ako and the employee, has the opportunity to decide how to spread this time over weeks or over several weeks. An allowance under this clause shall be in addition to any other time allowance to which the teacher is entitled under this Agreement. 4.22.1 If the Minister of Education approves the appointment of a teacher who is not a principal for the leadership role of Kāhui Ako, Article 3.7, paragraph 3, of the Collective Agreement for Secondary School Principals for the Teacher shall apply to the tasks associated with that role, in addition to the relevant provisions of this Agreement.

References to “G” in this collective agreement recognise that the New Zealand Quality Assurance Qualifications Register provides the appropriate framework for determining the link between qualification and salary. Clause 4.3.7 is a transitional clause. The Parties agree that Article 4.3.7 will be deleted with the extension of this Collective Agreement. 4.9.9 Teachers who were in service on or before February 1, 1971 are not required to acquire an additional qualification if they fall into one of the categories described in Schedule 2 to this Agreement. This collective agreement provides for a basic scale for trained teachers and a basic scale for untrained teachers. This part of the agreement sets out the salary details for secondary school teachers who are members of PPTA. It also includes details on severance salaries and salary progression, units and allowances. (a) If a Board of Directors has at least three Kāhui Ako teachers generated by claims (within the School), role allowances for each appointment may be perpetual or temporary in accordance with clause 3.2.3 of this Agreement, provided that the temporary appointments never represent more than 40% of the roles of Kāhui Ako Teachers (within the School) generated by a Board of Directors for claims. 4.24.3 A teacher who has met the selection criteria and is appointed to that position by the Employers` Committee is entitled to compensation of USD 8,000 per year, subject to subsections (4), (7), (8), (11) and (13) below. This allowance shall be paid at the material rate for full-time and part-time teachers and shall not be subject to clause 4.5.1 of this Agreement for part-time teachers. 4.23.5 A teacher appointed to these duties shall maintain at least eight (8) hours per scheduled class contact week.

(e) The higher duty-free rate shall be calculated in accordance with point 4.16.1 and point (c), (d) and (f) of point 4.16.2. Compassionate care grants are calculated as a portion of the annual salary payable to the teacher at the time of death as follows: 4.23.1 The boards of directors of a designated Kāhui Ako are entitled to a number of allowances for a Kāhui Ako (“inter-community”) teaching role (“the role”) generated by the relevant Staff Regulations formula. . (d) Payment of leave shall be made on the basis of three-tenths of the benefit. . 4.5.4 If a public holiday or part-time break occurs on the day on which a part-time teacher would normally have worked, he will receive his normal salary of fourteen days as if he had worked during the holidays. The teacher is not required to make up for his time every other day during that week, but if he chooses to work on the alternative day instead of the public holiday, he will not receive any additional compensation for that day beyond his normal fourteen-day salary. The normal fourteen-day salaries of part-time teachers who would not have worked on the public holiday or during the half-time break shall not be affected, provided that they have worked the number of hours normally worked during the pay period concerned.

(i) all full-time and permanent teachers whose starting salary is described in point 4.2.2(a) or (b) must, after one year, reach the appropriate maximum level of qualification indicated on the scale for each stage; (a) Subject to Article 4.3A.4, employers shall grant an intermediate management allowance to any teacher responsible for at least five ORRS students with a high and/or very high ORRS if the teacher has the following special duties and responsibilities for those students. If a teacher holding units offers to voluntarily renounce one or more units and this offer is accepted by the employer, the teacher will no longer be paid for that unit. . (c) Where appointments are made for positions created by rights transferred from another school within the Kāhui Ako, they shall be limited in time and shall not be taken into account within the 40% limit for the eligibility of a school referred to in paragraph 5(a). (i) add that the relevant professional experience would improve the teacher`s salary level compared to the minimum level to be paid for the qualification group concerned; and. (a) Intermediate leave – A permanent teacher will be paid for all leave that takes place during the term of the engagement, subject to point 4.8.3 below. (a) A teacher`s qualification group shall be determined by reference to the New Zealand Qualifications Framework. It should be noted that the G3+ salary bracket requires both enrolment from the Aotearoa New Zealand Board of Education and Level 7 vocational qualification. (d) Unrecognized achievements include: teaching in private schools; full-time studies (except on leave); commercial or executive department; Overseas Education Service (with the exception of serving as a teacher in an official government exchange program and as a teacher in a government-sponsored program) and teacher training that began in 1981 or later. (d) is classified in qualification groups 1, 2, 3 or 3+ and has obtained a qualification of level 5 or higher within the national qualifications framework acquired after the qualification(s) used to determine the teacher`s qualification group; and (c) current employment as a teacher within Kāhui Ako 4.19.1 A teacher who has been appointed as a Learning and Behaviour Resource Teacher (RTLB) or who has been appointed to a permanent or exculpatory position of at least one semester in approved types of special schools, health camps and hospital classes in accredited schools with special teaching problems will receive a special levy allowance equal to a salary level Additional or if the teacher is on the The maximum level of his qualification group is, additional salary of $ 995 per year. .