Do you manage financial and employment records?
Are you fully aware of how these records impact on each other?
Do you understand about Award Clauses and how they work together?
Are you sure of Educator levels, pay rates entitlements and conditions?
Would you like to feel confident about explaining this award to service stakeholders?
Would you like to discuss your concerns and ask questions alongside your peers?
Find out what the National Employment Standards (NES) are and why they are important
Are you fully aware about all the different types of leave that apply to people on awards?
Do you feel confident to explain how Parenting Leave applies to a staff member?
Do you know about the interaction between various types of leave and Public Holidays?
Would you like to feel confident about explaining the NES to service stakeholders?
Would you like to know about documentation requirements in the NES?
If you haven’t received training on how to read and use this award and NES effectively:
Now is your chance. Don’t miss out on this training in 2017
By the end of the session, participants should have a better understanding of:
- How financial and employment records impact on each other
- How and why the content of various Award Clauses interact
- What to look for when matching Educator levels, pay rates and entitlements
- Where to find information about some of the less obvious entitlements and conditions
- The content in the National Employment Standards (NES)
- How the various types of leave entitlements apply
- What documentation is required for parenting and other leave
- How the NES content interacts with Award content
About Bev Pope
Bev Pope is a Senior Management Consultant at Network SA Resource, Advisory and Management Services Inc. and manages the Network SA Extra Service. She has worked closely with mainstream and Aboriginal Children’s Services throughout South Australia and is committed to the development of respectful partnerships in the provision and support of child care and OSHC programs.
As a strong advocate for children, Bev supports community and private children’s services providers to incorporate quality practices, sound business
principles and ethical employment standards in their delivery of care and education for children.
Bev’s experience in children’s services spans in excess of 30 years and encompasses child care, OSHC, youth work, training, mentoring, consultancy, project and event management, cross-cultural community development, HR, small business management, corporate governance, resource and policy development, research, advocacy, marketing, organisational restructuring, workplace relations, counselling and mediation. She holds formal qualifications in children’s services, social science, counselling, mediation and workplace training and assessment and has 17 years’ experience in workplace relations.