This procedure outlines the Department of Education, Training and Employment’s procedures in relation to the conversion of eligible temporary workplace reforms to permanency.
This procedure provides schools with increased flexibility to assess their staffing needs and adjust their staffing mix in order to effectively deliver quality educational outcomes for students.
It also provides schools that have had long-term workplace reforms in place with an opportunity to make those reforms permanent. Permanency would normally occur where a reform is shown to be effective and of benefit to the delivery of quality educational outcomes for students.
Once a reform has been converted to permanency it then becomes a base element of the structure of the school.
For a workplace reform to be eligible:
Please refer to
Principles for Permanency of Workplace Reform (DOCX, 281KB) and other supporting documents for further information.
Principal or Delegate:
Principal Human Resources Consultant:
Regional Human Resources Manager:
Assistant Regional Director:
Local Consultative Committee:
Workforce Recruitment and Employment:
Education Consultative Committee:
The process for this procedure is set out in the
Workplace Reform to Permanency flowchart (PDF, 51KB).
For additional details, please refer to the Responsibilities section of this procedure.
For enquiries about Workplace Relations Permanency, please contact:
Principal Policy Officer, Workforce RelationsWorkforce RelationsPhone: (07) 3836 0999Fax: (07) 3237 0011
Uncontrolled copy. Refer to the Department of Education Policy and Procedure Register to ensure you have the most current version of this document.
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