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Your Union has 18 working groups available to get involved in, spanning across a range of topics and areas

Your Union has 18 working groups available to get involved in, spanning across a range of topics and areas, all with a dedicated Union leader steering meetings. If there is a group you might be interested in getting involved in, please call 62349500 or email

Our working groups are a great chance for members to get together to discuss specific matters.

Our working groups:

  • Disability
  • Extension Schools
  • First Nations
  • Instructional Load
  • Isolated Schools
  • Queer
  • New Educators
  • Principals
  • Psychologists
  • Report Writing
  • Relief Teachers
  • Education Support Specialists
  • Women
  • Workload
  • Year 9-12 Curriculum
  • TAFE Teachers
  • TAFE Support Staff
  • Education Support Personnel

It has been great seeing a strong number of registrations for our 2021 Women’s Working Group to help put the priority issues for AEU women members on the agenda.

The statewide AEU Women’s group is planning to meet via online Zoom meetings with members of the group deciding on the frequency of meetings – you can do as much or a little as you like!

Join the AEU Women’s Working Group now by clicking here.

If you have any questions or require further information about how you can get involved, please don’t hesitate to get in touch.

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We are the voice of public education in Tasmania. We represent and advocate for all teachers, principals and support staff working in government schools, colleges and TAFE.

We acknowledge Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples as the First Australians and Traditional Custodians of the lands where we live, learn and work.

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