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Tafe Queensland Services Agreement

This result in the State Wage Case is wonderful news and an important result, as negotiations on your new certified agreement continue. TAFE Queensland purchases a wide range of goods and services and relies on its suppliers to achieve competitive and consistent results. www.together.org.au/news/member-emails/brisbane-region-tafe-lcc/ www.together.org.au/news/member-emails/tafe-educators-meeting-venues-for-tomorrows-industrial-action/ Since March 2019, QTU, Together and TAFE Queensland have been negotiating such an agreement to replace the current TAFE Educators Certified Agreement 2016. 5 December 2019: The development of the TAFE Queensland Certified Agreement — 2019 has been completed and we have moved closer to the certification of the replacement agreement. TAFE Queensland uses all Queensland Government supply contracts and also has its own supply contracts. But there are always opportunities for other suppliers to supply taFE Queensland. Remember that there is always a lot of information and activity during negotiations. You and your colleagues must remain active and involved to ensure that the agreement is implemented and that issues in your workplace are addressed throughout the duration of the agreement. Ask your colleagues to join you as a Member of Together so you can get the most out of this new agreement. If you have any questions about your EB or if you have any work-related issues, talk to your delegates or your union office. Every two years, members of the QTU TAFE division have the opportunity to negotiate wages and working conditions in a new company contract. www.together.org.au/news/member-emails/your-tafe-admin-agreement-has-been-certified/ This applies to all levels of classification under the service contract.

This balanced result is wonderful news and an important outcome, as negotiations on your new certified agreement continue. Since March 2019, QTU, Together and TAFE Queensland have been negotiating such an agreement to replace the current TAFE Educators Certified Agreement 2016. We have also ensured that all parties to the agreement have the same understanding of the importance and intent of the new clauses. I acknowledge the contribution of Mary Campbell, CEO of TAFE Queensland, in this broad process We now have a final and agreed agreement. In numbers, this is the highlight of: www.together.org.au/news/member-emails/tafe-educators-meeting-venues-for-tomorrows-industrial-action/ remember that there is always a lot of information and activity when negotiations are ongoing. . . .