From Monday 15 October 2018 until withdrawn:
- Members will wear and display ‘Tasmanians need a pay rise’ campaign colours, logos and badges including on their official uniform.
- Members will wear and display Quality Education’ campaign colours, logos and badges including on their official uniform.
- Members will promote the ‘Tasmanians need a pay rise’ and ‘Quality Education’ campaign in their workplace with colleagues, parents and the public through conversations and through the provision of campaign flyers and information.
On Wednesday 24 October 2018:
- Stop Work MeetingsMembers will cease work to attend a series of stop work meetings that will be scheduled around the state.
- Members whose workplace is within a 30 minute radius of Hobart, Launceston, Devonport, Queenstown, St Marys, Tasman Peninsula, or Huonville will stop work for a period that will allow them to travel to, from and attend a 30 minute stop work meeting.
- Members in other locations will stop work at a time that will allow them to attend a local stop work meeting where such a meeting is organised, or for a period of 1 hour where a local stop work meeting is not organised.
On Monday 29 October until withdrawn:
- No entering of daily student attendance data for primary students in EduPoint.
- Term 4 student reports should only include ‘A to E’ ratings and not to include comments. Further, teachers should not undertake any administrative tasks associated with the development of reports
- Non-teaching staff who do not usually undertake administrative tasks associated with reports should not undertake these tasks.
- 2018 annual reviews and accountability and acquittal processes are not to be submitted to the DoE.
- No responding to employer email emails outside of paid work time.
- Members are to insert the Quality Education and Tasmanians Need A Pay Rise campaign logos on work email signature blocks.
- Leave work every Thursday immediately your normal scheduled work day ends.
- Every Friday wear campaign colours and badges in the workplace.
- TAFE teachers are not to visit employers of apprentices as required by TTAC Policy.
- TAFE teachers are to write reports for apprentices as required by TTAC Policy but are not to deliver them to the employer.
- TAFE teachers are to work to rule – no overtime, no teaching above mandated weekly teaching load.
- All TAFE members are required to hand back work issued mobile phones.