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  • Calculating Your Salary - I.N.T.O
    Pay Progression Teaching Allowances Acting Allowances Leadership Group Pay Guidance Promotion School Representatives Centre SEN Teachers Teacher Health and Wellbeing Calculating Your Salary Type of Contract Gross Monthly Salary Calculated By Permanent Full Time Annual salary divided by 12 Permanent Part Time Annual Salary divided by 32 4 x hours worked per week divided by 12 Temporary Full Time Annual Salary divided by 195 x days worked per month Temporary

    Original URL path: http://www.into.ie/NI/Teachers/SalariesandPayScales/CalculatingYourSalary/ (2015-10-30)
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  • Pay Progression - I.N.T.O
    Salaries and Pay Scales Teachers Pay Scales Calculating Your Salary Pay Progression Threshold UPS Pay Progression Teaching Allowances Acting Allowances Leadership Group Pay Guidance Promotion School Representatives Centre SEN Teachers Teacher Health and Wellbeing Pay Progression Since 1 September 2005 progression on the teachers pay spine is determined through the PRSD Performance Review Staff Development Scheme The Scheme applies to all qualified teachers other than teachers participating in Induction and EPD The Scheme involves an annual review cycle of planning and preparation monitoring within the classroom and a follow up review discussion PRSD Scheme Teachers Pay Award 2013 14 pdf 23 kb Letter from DE to Chief Executives ELBs and CCMS and 5 x Teacher Unions NITC dated 8 October 2013 Teachers Pay Award 2013 14 pdf 26 kb Letter from the DE to Chief Executive s of the ELBs and CCMS the five NITC teacher unions re incremental pay awards 2013 14 Teachers Pay Award 2013 14 pdf 52 kb Letter from the DE to the Northern Secretary INTO re incremental pay award 2013 14 Teachers Pay Award 2013 14 pdf 87 kb Department of Finance and Personnel Pay Remit Approval Process and Guidance 2013 14 About INTO Aims

    Original URL path: http://www.into.ie/NI/Teachers/SalariesandPayScales/PayProgression/ (2015-10-30)
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  • UPS Pay Progression - I.N.T.O
    Progression Threshold UPS Pay Progression Teaching Allowances Acting Allowances Leadership Group Pay Guidance Promotion School Representatives Centre SEN Teachers Teacher Health and Wellbeing UPS Pay Progression There is no centrally administered application process nor is there a standard application form for completion by the teacher Decisions on progression will be taken in the school by the principal and it is important for a principal to make clear to all teachers the process to be used to inform his her decision making Teachers who are not approved for movement may appeal under the appeals mechanism within their school s salary policy Grievance procedures should not be used for appeals against pay decisions The principal in approving the movement of an individual teacher to UPS2 or UPS3 needs to ensure the teacher was placed on UPS1 or UPS2 at least two years previously and has two consecutive successful Performance Review and Staff Development PRSD reviews statements In most cases the decision will be based on the performance of the teacher over the previous two years with other evidence from the teacher being permitted Decisions on movement will be taken solely on the basis of two consecutive successful PRSD review statements Click here

    Original URL path: http://www.into.ie/NI/Teachers/SalariesandPayScales/UPSPayProgression/ (2015-10-30)
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  • Teaching Allowances - I.N.T.O
    Ireland LGBT Teachers Newly Qualified Teachers NQTs Pension and Retirement Redundancy Salaries and Pay Scales Teachers Pay Scales Calculating Your Salary Pay Progression Threshold UPS Pay Progression Teaching Allowances Acting Allowances Leadership Group Pay Guidance Promotion School Representatives Centre SEN Teachers Teacher Health and Wellbeing Teaching Allowances Teaching Allowances pdf 82 kb Formerly Management Allowances About INTO Aims and Objectives National Structure NI Structure Northern Office Join INTO Contact INTO

    Original URL path: http://www.into.ie/NI/Teachers/SalariesandPayScales/TeachingAllowances/ (2015-10-30)
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  • Leadership Group Pay Guidance - I.N.T.O
    Salaries and Pay Scales Teachers Pay Scales Calculating Your Salary Pay Progression Threshold UPS Pay Progression Teaching Allowances Acting Allowances Leadership Group Pay Guidance Promotion School Representatives Centre SEN Teachers Teacher Health and Wellbeing Leadership Group Pay Guidance Circular DE 2015 18 pdf 68 kb Teachers Pay Scales Including Leadership Group Pay Structure From 1 September 2014 Circular DE 2006 17 pdf 253 kb Guidance on Leadership Pay Structure About

    Original URL path: http://www.into.ie/NI/Teachers/SalariesandPayScales/LeadershipGroupPayGuidance/ (2015-10-30)
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  • Promotion - I.N.T.O
    decision of the appeal panel is final Time limits apply to the various stages to ensure that the matter is dealt with as expeditiously as possible A new and improved procedure applicable to all schools is currently under negotiation within the Teachers Salaries and Conditions of Service Negotiating Committee INTO and other teaching unions in the Northern Ireland Teaching Council remain convinced that the only effective way forward is for a centrally agreed promotions procedure which will apply to schools in all sectors In the interim period the following management guidelines for awarding Responsibility Points have been circulated by the Employing Authorities to all Boards of Governors Management Guidelines for the Award of Responsibility Points in Schools 1 The Guidelines set out the key principles which should be followed by Boards of Governors in awarding responsibility points to teachers All decisions regarding the award of responsibility points should be consistent with a management structure which has been agreed by the Boards of Governors and attached as an annex to its School Salary Policy Statement following consultation with all teaching staff 2 Employing authorities are committed to ensuring fair equitable consideration of applications by persons employed or seeking to be employed There must be no unfair discrimination direct or indirect against any person in recruitment training promotion or in any other way The award of responsibility points must be based on merit and suitability for the post Such points will normally be awarded following completion of a selection process 3 With regard to selection practice the principles which apply to appointments apply equally to the award of responsibility points Boards of Governors are accountable for the implementation of good practice and the operation of the relevant Equal Opportunities legislation applies as much in respect of the award of responsibility points as in respect of appointments 4 Where a Board of Governors identifies a need to award responsibility points within a school it shall determine the method of allocating the point s which may be by a Internal trawl b Regrading of an existing post or c Public advertisement 5 With regard to 4 a and 4 c above the post of responsibility for which responsibility points are to be awarded should be notified to all staff within the school along with a job description and written applications should be invited on appropriate forms by a specified date 6 In all cases of selection for the award of responsibility points arising from 4 a and 4 c above applicants should be interviewed by a properly constituted panel after short listing if necessary A properly constituted committee panel is one which is set up in accordance with the terms of the Scheme of Management for the school and any appointments procedure established by an employing authority 7 The practice whereby members of recruitment and selections panels receive training in interview techniques and other selection procedures should continue to be promoted 8 The panel will agree and record the short listing criteria to be

    Original URL path: http://www.into.ie/NI/Teachers/SalariesandPayScales/Promotion/ (2015-10-30)
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  • Introduction - I.N.T.O
    information to members Organise meetings of members when necessary Handle the initial stages of individual grievances of members Represent the collective interests of INTO members Ensure the implementation of all negotiated agreements The School Representative is an important role You will see that your members are kept up to date with the latest educational news and will ensure their rights are protected all with the full support and backing of INTO Northern Office Two reps give their views on the important role they play within INTO Last year I was asked to take over the role of INTO rep in my school Unlike many other staff reps in various schools around the country my name hadn t been pulled out of a hat or it wasn t a case of last in first nominated I had no reservations about the job it s not very onerous or time consuming I attend Branch meetings a few times a year hand out the union magazine and inform my colleagues of Branch meetings and encourage them to attend I sometimes have queries from staff members on various issues but I m never phased by this as there are several points of information that I or they can tap into such as the INTO website INTO on Facebook or for the technophobes you can always call the office A school rep never lacks support from the union if required Kate Rooney The importance of school reps in smaller rural schools cannot be underestimated Such schools face isolation problems at the best of times and only through cooperative linkage can many issues come to light and be tackled School reps play a crucial role not only conveying union information but as a representative of the trade union in the staff room they are a sign

    Original URL path: http://www.into.ie/NI/Teachers/SchoolRepresentativesCentre/Introduction/ (2015-10-30)
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  • How to Elect a School Representative - I.N.T.O
    REPRESENTATIVE H S REPRESENTATIVE School H S representatives should be elected every year and existing Representatives are eligible for re election A meeting should be called of all INTO members at the start of the new school year Northern Office should be informed of the election results by returning the School Representatives H S Representatives Pro Forma below as soon as possible STATUS OF THE SCHOOL H S REPRESENTATIVE An accredited school representative is an elected representative of INTO The INTO provides each school representative with written credentials which set out The school the appointment covers The duties of the school representative The Accreditation Certificate bears the authorizing signature of the Northern Secretary The school H S representative should always be aware that in the carrying out of these duties she he is acting on behalf of INTO and that management must recognize her him as the representative of INTO members in the school ACCREDITATION Northern Office issues the school representative with the following documents Accreditation Letter School representatives information material Membership application forms INTO School Representative Pro Forma pdf 132 kb May 2014 Please return to INTO Northern Office INTO School Representative Pro Forma Irish Version pdf 131 kb

    Original URL path: http://www.into.ie/NI/Teachers/SchoolRepresentativesCentre/HowtoElectaSchoolRepresentative/ (2015-10-30)
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