Rep Zone

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Recruiting new members and organising

Members are the lifeblood of ATL. As an active member in your workplace, you have an important role recruiting new members to ATL.

Training for reps

ATL provides a whole range of training courses for new and existing reps. All courses take place in a friendly and supportive environment and are designed to equip you with the skills, knowledge and confidence to be an effective rep.

Union learning reps

Learning is a key part of union activity because, through learning events, members can come together and create an involved and relevant union within their schools and colleges. At its very core, union learning reps (ULRs) support and help other members with their continuing personal and professional development.
Papers

Resources for ATL's representatives

By volunteering as an ATL representative, you are making an invaluable contribution to the development and profile of ATL as well as your colleagues.
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Getting started

When you become a rep for ATL, you will be registered as such on our membership database so we can make sure you get all the information you'll need.

Joint union academies campaign and resources

Following the Academies Bill in 2010, unions representing the school workforce came together to prepare resources for schools.

Reps and academies

Whether your school is considering academy status, has already been given the go-ahead to convert, or is already an academy, ATL has produced resources to support you in your role as ATL rep.

Dealing with members' issues

Some commonly posed queries by members dealing with this element of being an ATL rep.

The role of the rep

Frequently asked questions on the role of rep, including what to do when starting out, your rights as a rep and the process of electing and appointing reps.
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Pay and pensions issues

Some commonly posed queries by members dealing with this element of being an ATL rep.