This year’s joint INTO/UTU Retirement Planning Webinars/Seminars for members in partnership with Platinum Financial Planning Ltd, will run as a combination of webinars via Zoom and face-to-face seminars. Please see the table below for details. These events will provide members with the opportunity to ask questions and follow up individual consultations will be available. Platinum … Continued
Many women will experience menopause symptoms, which can be a real challenge and impact their day to day lives. This 5-week course has been designed to create greater awareness of the menopause as a workplace issue. The course, open to all members, will run from 6.30pm to 8.30pm for five consecutive Wednesdays, dates below, in … Continued
For the months of September and October invite your colleague(s) to join INTO and be entered into a draw to win a £50 or £25 One-4-All Voucher. Find out more here!
Our industrial action FAQs have been updated in line with the current Action Short of Strike (ASOS). Please review these questions in conjunction with the latest NITC ASOS phase 4 guidance All the latest information on our action can be viewed on the Industrial Action: Pay Campaign section of the website.
The Irish National Teachers’ Organisation (INTO) is currently recruiting for a Senior Official for our Legal and Industrial Relations section.
Responding to issues around the use of reinforced autoclaved aerated concrete (RAAC) in schools, the Irish National Teachers’ Organisation (INTO) today gave a guarded welcome to the statement from the Department of Education... Read the full INTO Press Release here.
Find out more about this year's series of training courses for INTO members. This year's schedule of seminars and training courses will continue to be a mix of webinars and face-to-face sessions.
DE have updated (July 2023) their publication: Absence, Pay & Staffing Guidance Relating to Coronavirus (COVID-19) advice for Principals, managers and staff (pdf). For all the latest guidance on COVID-19 including Frequently Asked Questions, please view our dedicated information page.
Threshold: Eligible teachers, on point 6 of the Main Pay Scale, who wish to seek progression to the Upper Pay Scale, must apply for assessment against the Northern Ireland Threshold Standards, which remain unchanged. Decisions to move teachers to point 1 of the Upper Pay Scale from 1 September 2023 will continue to be based … Continued