Tasmanian Catholic Education Agreement

As the largest non-governmental education system in this state, Catholic education has much to celebrate and we invite you to explore the many curricula and the wide range of extracurricular activities in our schools. The Catholic Education Board of Tasmania supports 37 schools and colleges throughout Tasmania and provides students of all backgrounds with quality education enriched by our Catholic faith. From urban centres to regional and remote and dedicated teachers and facilitators, Tasmania`s communities offer committed, supportive and affordable Catholic education. Scholarships may be available from time to time for targeted professional learning. Tasmanian Catholic Education`s Unique Enterprise Agreement 2018 is an enterprise agreement that is currently submitted to the Fair Labour Commission for ratification. We are looking for people who are passionate about what they do: whether they are based in one of our 38 schools and colleges or in one of our four administrative offices across the country. All teachers must have a minimum four-year education licence and be registered through the Tasmania Teachers Registration Board. Teachers must be registered before they are able to obtain employment in a temporary or temporary replacement position. Tasmania`s Catholic education currently employs more than 2,200 people throughout Tasmania.

If you want to work with us to give the best results to our students, you can check out our current options online. All non-educational employees and volunteers appointed to Catholic schools are required to participate in the police control process. Police checks are carried out every three years (maximum) or after modification of tasks. Our Continuum leadership targets specific development opportunities for young teachers to school leaders. All staff members are required to respect the accreditation status corresponding to their position. To teach religion in a Catholic school, teachers must commit to meeting the requirements of full C accreditation. Details of the means available for full C accreditation can be found in the Trails section on our website. All employees of the Tasmanian Catholic Training have access to qualified consultants through the Confidential Employee Assistance Program. Tasmania is a very special and unique place that can be a wealth of natural beauty and spectacular views. Pupils aged 4 to 18 are cared for by the Catholic school community in three regions: the north-west, the north and the south. Tasmania Catholic Education implements a broad professional learning schedule, designed to provide teachers and auxiliaries with ongoing opportunities for continuing education and training.

The relevant industrial instrument for most workers in Tasmania`s Catholic educational region is the unique learning agreements of Tasmanian Catholic. All employees must have the current “Working with Vulnerable People” recording.