Collective Agreement Kindergarten Teachers

In the Estonian education information system sub-register, schools integrate data on all their teachers on their workload, subjects taught, education level, continuing education and language skills. The results of the register are available to the public via a HaridusSilm web application. The statistical results of the registry are being developed. The registry also includes an additional open module in which schools can promote their vacancies. The Occupational Health and Safety Act provides for workplace safety and health requirements, the duties of employers and workers in establishing a safe work environment, the organization of safety and security at the corporate, institutional and state level, the relevant dispute resolution procedure and liability for non-compliance with the safety and security requirements of the Work. Special requirements for teachers have not been defined. Under the industry`s latest collective agreement, newly qualified teachers starting in early childhood education will receive $45,491 – by 2021, there will be $51,358. A teacher start-up support program supports young teachers who have been trained as teachers and who work in rural areas. The total aid amounts to 12,782 euros and will be paid within three years. READ MORE: Kindergarten teachers vote on a new pay offer – “Teachers are teachers”: early childhood teachers demand pay parity – Kindergarten teachers are the next to negotiate government collective agreements. Under the Education Act, local authorities must provide for teachers` needs and help educational institutions find staff. Conditions and procedures for assessing teachers` professional and professional skills Since September 2013, limits on teaching hours are no longer regulated at the state level; The general working time applies to teachers. The position is the basis for calculating teachers` working time and remuneration.

Teachers` working time is divided into direct learning and training, as well as other tasks under the employment contract that are developed from job descriptions and work organisation rules or employer rules. Under the Employment Contract Act, a decree of the Government of the Republic has established a list of teaching positions subject to a reduction in working time. The list also includes teachers from preschools, general schools, vocational schools and leisure schools. The reduction in working time on these positions is 7 hours per day or 35 hours per seven days. Kindergarten educators must be paid on an equal footing with their primary and secondary school children. Persons who have been convicted under the penal code for criminal assaults against minors are not allowed to work as teachers. NZEI Te Riu Roa Members work in every community in New Zealand and lead and commit to quality public education.

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