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AEU TAP Conference 2023 - Giving Union Members a Voice

Thursday 26 October | AEU Building, 126 Trenerry Crescent, Abbotsford 

With negotiations continuing in each of the TAP sectors, participants will gain skills to fight for better conditions and workload reduction, as member's voice counts when pressuring government and providers in these areas.

All AEU members from the TAFE, Disability and AMES sectors are invited to attend this highly anticipated in person event. We look forward to seeing you at the conference on 26 October.

Registrations open on Wednesday 26 July and will close at 9.00am Monday 16 October. Confirmation emails will be sent out by COB 16 October.

Further information and registration here

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Getting outcomes for AMES teachers

The AEU is proud to represent teachers in the Adult Multicultural Education Service (AMES) as part of our TAFE and Adult Provision (TAP) sector.

The AEU campaigns hard and wins big for its members.

The existing AMES enterprise agreement is currently in the process of being rolled over for a further year.

This will achieve:

  • pay increases for AMES members
  • no trade-offs in working conditions
  • continued opportunities for secure employment.

With the AEU Victoria, you have the strength of 50,000 members behind you!

We have many campaigns still to win – so join us and become part of the growing power of the AEU.

AEU: the union for AMES teachers

The AEU is the peak representative body for AMES teachers in Victoria, with a seat at the table for all the major developments in your profession.

We have decades of experience and expertise negotiating better outcomes for teachers and their students.

Our priorities are your priorities:

  • Higher salaries.
  • Better career opportunities.
  • Reduced workload.
  • Reduction in the level of contract and casual employment.

As part of the Australian union movement, we also proudly work for a better, fairer society – campaigning for social justice, and proper investment in public assets such as healthcare and education.

Join the AEU, so we can support you!