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  • Tackling Violence and Abusive Behaviour Towards Teachers - I.N.T.O
    Pay Scales School Representatives Centre SEN Teachers Teacher Health and Wellbeing Carecall Counselling Services Managing Teacher Stress Tackling Violence and Abusive Behaviour Towards Teachers Teacher Protection THAW Teachers Health Wellbeing Strategy Voice Care Tackling Violence and Abusive Behaviour Towards Teachers Union Policy Statement Tackling Violence Abusive Behaviour Against Teachers pdf 264 kb A brief guide to TNC 2011 2 TNC Policy Statement Tackling Violence Abusive Behaviour Against Teachers pdf 47

    Original URL path: http://www.into.ie/NI/Teachers/TeacherHealthandWellbeing/TacklingViolenceandAbusiveBehaviourTowardsTeachers/ (2015-10-30)
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  • Teacher Protection - I.N.T.O
    Ireland LGBT Teachers Newly Qualified Teachers NQTs Pension and Retirement Redundancy Salaries and Pay Scales School Representatives Centre SEN Teachers Teacher Health and Wellbeing Carecall Counselling Services Managing Teacher Stress Tackling Violence and Abusive Behaviour Towards Teachers Teacher Protection THAW Teachers Health Wellbeing Strategy Voice Care Teacher Protection Leaflet 35 Teacher Protection pdf 46 kb About INTO Aims and Objectives National Structure NI Structure Northern Office Join INTO Contact INTO

    Original URL path: http://www.into.ie/NI/Teachers/TeacherHealthandWellbeing/TeacherProtection/ (2015-10-30)
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  • THAW: Teachers' Health & Wellbeing Strategy - I.N.T.O
    Redundancy Salaries and Pay Scales School Representatives Centre SEN Teachers Teacher Health and Wellbeing Carecall Counselling Services Managing Teacher Stress Tackling Violence and Abusive Behaviour Towards Teachers Teacher Protection THAW Teachers Health Wellbeing Strategy Voice Care THAW Teachers Health Wellbeing Strategy TNC 2011 1 Cover Letter pdf 21 kb THAW A Strategy Teacher Health Wellbeing TNC 2011 1 pdf 86 kb THAW A Strategy Teacher Health Well being About INTO

    Original URL path: http://www.into.ie/NI/Teachers/TeacherHealthandWellbeing/THAWTeachersHealthWellbeingStrategy/ (2015-10-30)
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  • Voice Care - I.N.T.O
    voice or to infection or illness As a first step teachers who experience any of the following symptoms should consult their GP Regular and or unexplained voice loss A change in voice quality e g hoarseness or croakiness for more than 10 days A weak and tired sounding voice A voice and or throat that feels consistently painful or as if there is a lump in the throat Frequent throat clearing Loss of vocal power or ability to project Doctors will usually consider any underlying infection illness or allergic response and prescribe treatment accordingly Referrals to E N T Consultant If the problem persists teachers should make a further appointment with their GP and discuss whether referral to an ENT consultant or laryngologist would be appropriate Referrals to Speech and Language Therapist Following a consultation with an ENT specialist a referral to a Speech and Language Therapist may be deemed appropriate Support from your Employer Advice and assistance should also be made available by employers through the occupational health service Steps which employers might take to assist might include a voice therapy and also for example the provision of voice amplification equipment in appropriate circumstances Checklist for using the Voice Set out below is a brief summary of points to consider about the way teachers use their voices possible problems which they may be causing for themselves and the way in which their working environment may contribute to these More detailed advice on these areas in particular on speaking techniques is available from the Voice Care Network see end of guidance for contact details Voice and Speech Patterns It is important for teachers to warm up their voice at the start of the day focus their thoughts and make good use of key words consider the effect their voice needs to have on the listener and aim for flexibility to reflect the changing moods they wish to convey make use of pauses and silences to emphasise their meaning and be aware of the symptoms of vocal fatigue and consult their doctor accordingly Relaxation Teachers may find it helpful to practise relaxation techniques to ease whole body tension before lessons stretch and relax their facial muscles to release tension from their face and jaw and take time to relax and let their voice recover after prolonged speaking use cooling down exercises and have a warm drink Posture Teachers should be aware of their posture when speaking and consider how their postural alignment and degree of muscular tension affect the tone and resonance of their voice Breathing Shallow upper chest breathing can affect the tone and resonance of the voice Teachers may find it useful to practice slower centred breathing using the diaphragm which will help their vocal quality and also release tension and recharge energy Pitch It is a useful exercise for teachers to seek to find their optimum or natural pitch by making a sound of agreement in their most relaxed state hm hm The second sound is most likely

    Original URL path: http://www.into.ie/NI/Teachers/TeacherHealthandWellbeing/VoiceCare/ (2015-10-30)
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  • Age Discrimination - I.N.T.O
    Childcare Vouchers Child Protection Early Years Education Equality Health Safety Information Technology Performance Review PRSD Redundancy Guidance Scheme For The Suspension and Expulsion of Pupils Staff Relations Substitute Cover Termination of Employment Threshold Upper Pay Scale Age Discrimination Leaflet 42 Age Discrimination pdf 44 kb About INTO Aims and Objectives National Structure NI Structure Northern Office Join INTO Contact INTO Information For School Representatives School Leaders Newly Qualified Teachers Students

    Original URL path: http://www.into.ie/NI/Schools/AgeDiscrimination/ (2015-10-30)
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  • Buildings - I.N.T.O
    Standards in Schools Childcare Vouchers Child Protection Early Years Education Equality Health Safety Information Technology Performance Review PRSD Redundancy Guidance Scheme For The Suspension and Expulsion of Pupils Staff Relations Substitute Cover Termination of Employment Threshold Upper Pay Scale Buildings Control of Asbestos at Work Regulations Heating Standards in Schools About INTO Aims and Objectives National Structure NI Structure Northern Office Join INTO Contact INTO Information For School Representatives School

    Original URL path: http://www.into.ie/NI/Schools/Buildings/ (2015-10-30)
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  • Childcare Vouchers - I.N.T.O
    parents and employers across the UK thousands of pounds each year Childcare Vouchers work through a salary sacrifice scheme which means parents swap part of their salary tax and National Insurance free to contribute towards their childcare costs What are the Benefits of Childcare Vouchers Each working parent could save over 900 per year by using the Childcare Voucher scheme because the amount they swap is deducted from their salary before tax and National Insurance is applied Both mums and dads can register for Childcare Vouchers which means potential household savings of over 1 800 each year The employer also saves money because the amount each parent swaps from their salary is exempt from employers National Insurance Contributions What can Childcare Vouchers be used for Childcare Vouchers can be used to pay for any form of registered childcare for children up to age 15 This includes registered childminders day nurseries holiday schemes breakfast and afterschool clubs They can also be used to pay for more than one type of childcare Benefits for Employers Childcare Vouchers are the most popular cost effective way to engage working parents and the simplest way for employers to help their employees save money on their

    Original URL path: http://www.into.ie/NI/Schools/ChildcareVouchers/ (2015-10-30)
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  • Early Years - I.N.T.O
    School Education Response to Early Years Framework Jan 2013 Education Equality Health Safety Information Technology Performance Review PRSD Redundancy Guidance Scheme For The Suspension and Expulsion of Pupils Staff Relations Substitute Cover Termination of Employment Threshold Upper Pay Scale Early Years Pre School Education Response to Early Years Framework Jan 2013 About INTO Aims and Objectives National Structure NI Structure Northern Office Join INTO Contact INTO Information For School Representatives

    Original URL path: http://www.into.ie/NI/Schools/EarlyYears/ (2015-10-30)
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