Pay negotiations

Joint Statement Sixth Form College Teachers’ Pay for 2018-19

On Monday 9 July, the Staff Side met representatives of the Sixth Form Colleges Association, the colleges’ national body, to discuss sixth form college teachers’ pay from September 2018.

Joint letter to the Association of Colleges

The attached letter has been sent to the Association of Colleges in support of the FE Trade Union Side claim for a 5% increase on all pay points, with a minimum uplift of £1,500.

Sixth Form College teachers’ pay for September 2018

The joint Staff Side have submitted a claim for a 5 per cent pay increase for all teachers in sixth form colleges from September 2018. The claim will be discussed at a meeting of the Sixth Form Colleges’ NJC on 9 July.

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.

Sixth Form College Teachers’ Pay for 2017-18

On Monday 26 February, the Staff Side reached agreement with representatives of the Sixth Form Colleges Association, the colleges’ national body, regarding pay for sixth form college teachers

No improvement in pay offer for sixth form college teachers

On Monday 4 December, 2017 the National Joint Council for Sixth Form Colleges Committee for Teaching Staff (Staff Side) met representatives of the Sixth Form Colleges Association (SFCA), the colleges’ national body, to resume discussions on the sixth form college teachers’ annual pay award from September 2017.

Sixth Form Colleges pay offer rejected by staff

The Sixth Form Colleges Association (SFCA), the colleges employers’ national body, have offered a pay increase of 1% on all scale points and allowances from 1 September 2017. The Staff Side have rejected this offer and asked the SFCA to go back to its colleges and meet with the Staff Side again to make a higher offer. 

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.

Unions accept Association of Colleges pay recommendations

Following a consultation exercise which found a majority of members in favour of acceptance, ATL, together with the other five recognised unions, has now accepted the Association of College’s pay recommendation.

Joint union pay and conditions claim for FE colleges 2016/17

The Trade Union Side formally presented its pay and conditions claim for FE colleges at a meeting of the National Joint Forum on 14 June 2016.