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  • New Teachers - I.N.T.O
    The DES operates a PayPath facility through which salary is paid directly to a bank or building society account A pay slip stating gross and net pay and giving details of deductions made from salary tax PRSI VHI INTO Comhar Linn etc is also sent directly to an address nominated by the teacher Log into Members Area for information on understanding your payslip View salary scale here Part time Substitute teachers pay Effective Date Daily Rate Hourly Rate Appointed on or after 1 February 2012 152 22 30 45 Appointed on or after 1 January 2011 153 22 30 71 Appointed before 1 January 2011 173 84 32 89 In the event that a qualified substitute teacher works for more than 40 days in the academic year each additional day worked over and above 40 days will be paid at a personal daily rate The personal daily rate is determined by the incremental point of the common basic scale and the appropriate qualification allowance For more see Circular 0015 2015 on Revised Payment Mechanisms Find Substitute Work INTO SubSearch is designed to help teachers find substitute work whether just out of college or seeking part time employment Substitutes register their profiles and availability on the site while principals can search for registered substitutes in their area SubSearch facilities include Substitutes may register for work in up to three locations Principals can search for available qualified teachers within specified distances of their school Substitute teachers can be automatically texted or emailed about their availability Both substitutes and principals can indicate a preference for work in a Gaelscoil or Gaeltacht situation Video tutorials and FAQs about using SubSearch are available online A weekly reminder is generated to substitutes on the list to update their details Substitutes can update their availability for the

    Original URL path: http://www.into.ie/ROI/InfoforTeachers/NewTeachers/ (2015-10-30)
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  • Special Education - I.N.T.O
    Funding School Insurance School Leadership School Transport and Ancillary Staff School Year Social Inclusion Special Education Latest News Summary of DES Review of Special Education 2012 15 Circulars Links Reports and Resources NCSE Archive Staffing Staff Relations Staff Reps Taxation and PRSI Teacher Special Interest Groups The Teaching Council Special Education Latest News Special Education Conference 2015 Summary of DES Strategic Review of Special Education 2012 15 Circulars Reports Resources

    Original URL path: http://www.into.ie/ROI/InfoforTeachers/SpecialEducation/ (2015-10-30)
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  • Language Support - I.N.T.O
    Responsibility Pupil Enrolment Recognition of Qualifications Salary School Accommodation School Funding School Insurance School Leadership School Transport and Ancillary Staff School Year Social Inclusion Educational Disadvantage Language Support Language Support Posts Reports Resources Archive Intercultural Education Special Education Staffing Staff Relations Staff Reps Taxation and PRSI Teacher Special Interest Groups The Teaching Council Language Support Language Support Posts Reports Resources Archive English Language Support Teachers website ELSTA About INTO Aims

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  • Staff Reps - I.N.T.O
    Discipline Boards of Management Child Protection Circulars Garda Vetting Inspection and Probation INTO Grants and Funding Leave of Absence Legislation Lunchtime Supervision New Teachers Parent Teacher Relations Pensions Posts of Responsibility Pupil Enrolment Recognition of Qualifications Salary School Accommodation School Funding School Insurance School Leadership School Transport and Ancillary Staff School Year Social Inclusion Special Education Staffing Staff Relations Staff Reps Taxation and PRSI Teacher Special Interest Groups The Teaching Council Staff Reps Staff representatives play a vital role in both the formal and informal structures of the INTO They play an important part in the recruitment of new members They are the face of the Organisation at school level and as such are a source of information advice and guidance for members 10 Resons to be of INTO Download the Staff Rep Handbook Download the Join Us Flye r Staff Reps List of Members pdf 3 614 kb Instructions on how to view the list of members in your school in the Members Area About INTO Aims and Structure National Committees INTO Head Office Benefits and Discounts Join us Contact INTO Information For School Leaders New Teachers Special Ed Teachers EAL Teachers INTO Staff Reps Media INTO Learning Online

    Original URL path: http://www.into.ie/ROI/InfoforTeachers/StaffReps/ (2015-10-30)
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  • Information for Media - I.N.T.O
    for Media Information for Media For media queries please contact the INTO Press Officer Peter Mullan by email pmullan into ie Press Releases News Coverage Information for Journalists About INTO Aims and Structure National Committees INTO Head Office Benefits and Discounts Join us Contact INTO Information For School Leaders New Teachers Special Ed Teachers EAL Teachers INTO Staff Reps Media INTO Learning Online Courses Other Term Time Courses INTO Trade

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  • Sick Leave FAQs - I.N.T.O
    The reference period is not static i e it is not measured over 2 calendar years or over two school years In this context it is referred to as a rolling two year period For example If a teacher checks her self certified sick leave record on 31 December 2014 only self certified absences in the 2 year period between 1 January 2013 and 31 December 2014 will count If the teacher was to check again on 1 May 2015 only self certified absences in the 2 year period between 30 April 2013 and 1 May 2015 will count As outlined in Q 4 above the rolling 2 year period is part of Phase 2 of implementation and commences from 1 August 2014 Note The concept of a rolling reference period is not new to teachers A teacher s overall entitlement to sick leave is currently 365 days in a rolling 4 year period Sick Leave Should I keep a record of my self certified sick leave The INTO recommends as good practice that each teacher retains their own record of self certified sick leave A simple grid for record keeping purposes was printed on page 3 of your recent copy of Eolas and is available to download here Teachers official leave records are recorded electronically at school level on the Online Claims System OLCS The data controller in your school usually the principal or school secretary will be able to provide you with a print out of your leave if required Sick Leave What happens if I have used up my 7 paid self certified days A teacher who has exhausted all 7 self certified paid sick days will in the event that s he is absent on sick leave have to provide a medical certificate if s he is to be paid for that absence This is not new and could happen at present What is new is that 7 days are spread over a longer reference period so it is more likely that teachers could reach the maximum 7 allowed Sick Leave How many self certified days can be taken together There is no change here a maximum of three uncertified school days can be taken at any one time Sick Leave DES Circular 36 2012 refers to self certified sick leave rather than uncertified What is the significance of this These changes form part of the Government s approach to standardising sick leave arrangements across the public sector The common language to be used throughout the public sector will see the term self certified sick leave Sick Leave Why were public service sick leave arrangements changed The Government has set out in the Croke Park Agreement the Public Sector Reform Plan and elsewhere its objective of standardising conditions of employment including sick leave across the public sector The aim is to save money by reducing entitlement to paid sick leave Agreement on proposed changes to sick leave arrangements put to the public sector unions by the

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  • Maternity Leave FAQs - I.N.T.O
    record is keyed in Instructions on how to complete the MB10 form are attached in Appendix B of Circular 11 2011 The deduction of the equivalent maternity adoptive leave benefit will be made fortnightly during the period of paid leave up to a maximum of 26 weeks for maternity leave and 24 weeks for adoptive leave Please note that from 1st July maternity benefit is taxable More information on maternity leave available here Maternity What are the revised maternity adoptive leave arrangements from January 2009 A revised arrangement was introduced in January 2009 for teachers taking maternity adoptive leave who pay Class A rate PRSI contributions This arrangement was necessary to comply with Revenue and Department of Social Protection regulations As the maternity adoptive benefit is not liable for income tax income levy pension related deductions or PRSI deductions This change ensures that benefit is paid to all eligible teachers without any deductions of such charges From January 2009 teachers can claim the maternity benefit directly from the DSP on receipt of the MB10 claim form Copies of the MB10 form can be downloaded from the INTO website On receipt of the form by the DSP the DSP will pay the teacher directly the amount of maternity adoptive benefit due to them The maximum amount of maternity adoptive leave payable by the DSP is 230 per week The Department of Education and Skills will deduct the relevant amount from the salary of teachers on maternity adoptive leave who are liable for Class A PRSI contributions Therefore the teacher on maternity adoptive leave benefit who pays Class A PRSI contributions will receive their full salary but will receive it from two different quarters They will receive maternity adoptive benefit directly from the DSP and they will receive their salary minus the

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  • NQTs - I.N.T.O
    you must teach the same cohort of pupils for the minimum block period You must be available for inspection on any day of the 50 100 day period all What teaching service is recognised towards service requirement for probation Service as a mainstream class teacher Service as a special class teacher in a mainstream school Service as a teacher in a special school Service as a full time resource teacher for low incidence disabilities Service as a post primary teacher in a Special Education Setting where the pupils are of post primary school age and where second level certificate programmes are being taught Service in a fee charging primary school affiliated to the Irish Association of Independent Junior Schools all What teaching service is not recognised towards the service requirement for probation Working on a voluntary basis in a school Teaching service as an unqualified person prior to the completion of a teacher education qualification Teaching service as a qualified post primary teacher in a primary school other than a Special School Setting where second level certificate programmes are being taught Part time resource hours Language support teaching Service as a teacher in a post primary school Service as a Special Needs Assistant Learning Support LS RT or LS or mixed service as a resource teacher and learning support teacher Service in Applied Behaviour Analysis ABA settings not recognised by the DES all Who keeps a record of a teacher s service You must obtain written evidence of your service from all employing schools and submit it to the Teaching Council See Form C on www teachingcouncil ie all If I am teaching in a teaching position recognised for probationary purposes and have not applied to Limerick Education Centre for inspection visits can this time count towards the service requirement Teachers who do not complete the OP1 Form as soon as their 50 100 day contract commences cannot be guaranteed an inspection visit within that timeframe The Inspectorate will use the date on which LEC receives a completed OP1 form or the first date of employment whichever is the later when determining the 50 100 day period all In what teaching positions can I undertake probation As a general rule employment in a permanent temporary or substitute capacity in a mainstream classroom position is eligible subject to the service time requirements The probationary process may be partially carried out in one of the following restricted roles special class teacher in a mainstream school teacher in a special school or hospital school or a full time resource teacher of pupils with low incidence disabilities all What teaching positions are not recognised for probation Principal teachers acting principal teachers Learning Support Resource Teachers LS RT posts under the General Allocation Model Support teacher Teachers working in any teaching position in a voluntary capacity Home school community liaison HSCL teacher Visiting teacher for the Hearing Visually Impaired VTHVI Language support teacher LS Teachers in pre school settings in mainstream schools including Early Start

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