FE

National Joint Forum Letter - May 11th 2018

Joint letter from Andrew Harden and Leigh Powell Joint Secretaries NJF Trade Union Side in response to the Association of Colleges refusal to consider a joint trade unions claim for 2018/19 until their UCU members disputes are settled.
Motion #31
Carried
Tue, 2018
  • Executive Committee

THAT Conference believes that a central plank of securing the status and quality of any profession is in the maintenance of a credible and consistent pay mechanism. In the FE sector this does not exist.

FE Researchmeet

Researchmeets are days FOR FE lecturers BY FE lecturers. This event aims to share and encourage research within the sector, and to support people on their research journey.
Motion #11
Carried
Mon, 2018
  • Kent

THAT Conference notes that the Association of Colleges is trailblazing a scholarship policy that should encapsulate conditions of pay, recognition and support for teachers and lecturers to engage in scholarly research. Some remission time should be ringfenced for this purpose.

T levels – we need your views

The National Education Union is very keen to hear the views of members on the government’s plans for T levels, which are to be fully implemented by 2022 .

FE Research Meet - NEU North West & Ashton Sixth Form College

A "Research Meet" for those working in further education. This event allows practitioners to share work and collaborate sharing best practice.
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Magazine

ELM December 2017

Effective Education, the National Education Union’s project to raise the profile of further education, primary assessment reforms, and the teacher supply crisis.

Association of Colleges makes final recommendation on FE pay in England

In response to the joint trade union claim for 2017/18, the Association of Colleges (AoC), has made a final recommendation of a 1% increase applied to all salaries, or the sum of £250 where this is more beneficial.