What are the current health and safety situations facing new and early career BCTF members?
What are your basic rights?
What is the process for reporting your Health and safety concerns?
How do I report unsafe work?
How do I keep myself safe during a pandemic?
Please join us for this important conversation with a choice of breakout rooms in both English and French.
Date: November 30, 2021
Time: 3:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.
The District PD committee has established a New Teacher Grant of $2000 for the 2020-2021 school year. This is for any teacher who has 5 years or less teaching experience in BC, or any teacher who is new to their role. If you have used all of your individual school PD funds then you can apply for additional funds to supplement your PD expenses this year. There is no guaranteed amount; the amount you receive is a function of the number of applicants and the amounts claimed.
The expense form for this can be found here.
The criteria for applying are:
The BCTF Handbook for TTOCs and new teachers: The practice of teaching contains information on the history of the Federation and on a variety of practical topics, such as classroom management, reporting requirements, working with parents, and sources of help for new teachers and TTOCs.
A new teacher may be a teacher new to the profession, a beginning teacher and/or a teacher teaching on call (in the first 5 years of their career), a teacher new to a classroom assignment or having a significant change of assignment, a teacher new to teaching in BC, or a teacher returning to the profession.