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INTO Youth Conference: New Dates Announced

27/01/2022

Further to the postponement of our intended event in February, we can now confirm that this year’s INTO Youth Conference will be held from 5pm on Friday 20th until lunchtime on Saturday 21st May 2022 in The Slieve Donard Hotel, Newcastle.

DE Request to Teachers on Career Break

25/01/2022

The DE have written to schools to help school principals and Boards of Governors deal with requests from teachers, currently on career break, who wish to temporarily return to the classroom to support teaching colleagues and help ease the staffing pressures on schools at the present time.

INTO Learning: Reproductive Health, Infertility & Pregnancy Loss Webinar

24/01/2022

A recording of the webinar presented by Dr Vicky O'Dwyer, Consultant Obstetrician & Gynaecologist, Rotunda Hospital, Dublin is now available for members to view.

Win a Ring Doorbell 3 Plus

21/01/2022

We’ve teamed up with Cornmarket Insurance Services to give you the chance to WIN a Ring Doorbell 3 Plus.

Violence Against Women and Girls Strategy for NI

21/01/2022

The ICTU Women’s Policy Group (NI) are asking women to complete this short survey to gather views on issues relating to the development of a Violence Against Women and Girls strategy for NI.

Joint Union Leadership Seminar: Register Here

19/01/2022

Register here for the online Joint Union Leadership Seminar on 26 January 2022.

Save on Health & Wellbeing with Membership Plus

18/01/2022

Aiming for a new you in 2022? Whether your goal is to increase your daily steps, improve your nutrition or simply get good quality sleep… Membership Plus’ lifestyle discounts can help.

Suspension of PRSD for 2021/22 Academic Year

14/01/2022

In the circumstances presented by the ongoing pandemic and recognising the adverse impact it continues to have, it has been confirmed that PRSD for the academic year 2021/22 will be discounted (as it was in 2020/21).

Sickness Absence: Temporary Changes to Self-Certification

13/01/2022

From 17 December 2021 until 26 January 2022 (incl.) modified regulations increase the period that an employee is not required to provide medical information in respect of any spell of incapacity for work from 7 to 28 days.

Irish Teachers Journal: December 2021

11/01/2022

Copies of the Irish Teachers Journal: December 2021 Vol 9 are being posted to all schools this week.