On Monday 9 July, the Staff Side met representatives of the Sixth Form Colleges Association, the colleges’ national body, to discuss sixth form college teachers’ pay from September 2018.
The attached letter has been sent to the Association of Colleges in support of the FE Trade Union Side claim for a 5% increase on all pay points, with a minimum uplift of £1,500.
The joint Staff Side have submitted a claim for a 5 per cent pay increase for all teachers in sixth form colleges from September 2018.
The claim will be discussed at a meeting of the Sixth Form Colleges’ NJC on 9 July.
Joint letter from Andrew Harden and Leigh Powell Joint Secretaries NJF Trade Union Side in response to the Association of Colleges refusal to consider a joint trade unions claim for 2018/19 until their UCU members disputes are settled.
The National Education Union is very keen to hear the views of members on the government’s plans for T levels, which are to be fully implemented by 2022 .
In response to the joint trade union claim for 2017/18, the Association of Colleges (AoC), has made a final recommendation of a 1% increase applied to all salaries, or the sum of £250 where this is more beneficial.
The trade union side have now submitted a joint pay claim for 2017/18. The claim includes the following elements.
Following a consultation exercise which found a majority of members in favour of acceptance, ATL, together with the other five recognised unions, has now accepted the Association of College’s pay recommendation.
The Trade Union Side formally presented its pay and conditions claim for FE colleges at a meeting of the National Joint Forum on 14 June 2016.