New Zealand Post Primary Teachers' Association / Te Wehengarua (PPTA) events and meetings.
Issues and Organising seminar 2018
Delegate Leadership Development 2 March 2018 // Issues and Organising seminar 3 - 4 March 2018
The 2018 Delegate Leadership Development workshop and the Issues and Organising seminar are key events in the Association’s year.
They are an opportunity for our activists and office holders to really engage with PPTA to plan and organise for the year ahead, and for networking, information gathering and collaborating.
Health and Safety courses
November 2, 2017
PPTA Te Wehengarua is running a number of health and safety (H&S) training courses for both new and existing Health and Safety Representatives. These courses are part of the PPTA Mahi Tika employment relations education.Read more
Mahi tika: Learning to make a difference
November 3, 2017
PPTA Te Wehengarua Mahi tika courses - employment relations and health and safety education for PPTA members.
Mahi tika courses are practical adult education seminars based on case studies, collaborative problem-solving and discussion. They are delivered by PPTA Field Officers in a location near you each year.
Executive meetings for 2018
February 16-18, May 11-13, August 3-5, October 1-2, November 16-18
A list of dates of PPTA Executive meetings for 2018Read more
PPTA Annual Conference
Tuesday 2 October - Thursday 4 October 2018
Held in Wellington every year. PPTA annual conference is the decision making authority of PPTA.
This is where your elected representatives decide PPTA policy. This year the decision making topics included - 2018 negotiations for pay and conditions, the NCEA review, Flexible learning spaces, CoL, and more ...
Next year's conference will be held in Wellington, Tuesday 2 October - Thursday 4 October 2018.
Study awards, sabbaticals and study support grants
November 22, 2017
Access to these awards and any associated leave is available to secondary teachers (and principals) via your collective agreements.
Application information for the study awards and sabbaticals is available on the Teach NZ website.