Cegep Collective Agreement

Students with disabilities (SWDs) have been attending CEGEPs for centuries, and in ever-increasing numbers, but our collective agreement mentions little or no mention of them. Faced with this void, we have made it our duty to give some guidance to teachers on this subject, especially through this publication. French: french www.fneeq.qc.ca/fr/cegep/Conventions_collectives: 2015-2020-convention-collective-fneeq-2015-2020-fr Please contact your union for more information. The purpose of this guide is to familiarize new teachers with the ins and outs of the university environment. Bringing them closer together, with full knowledge of the facts, will foster a positive commitment to new teachers and make their participation in university life a plus for the community as a whole. . We humbly hope that this was a rewarding undertaking and that the information and advice in this guide will prove useful to you. Enjoy reading! It is important to remember that the quality of the educational relationship between teacher and student is a fundamental factor in ensuring academic success, including for students with disabilities. This guide was developed to help teachers who contribute to the RREGOP better understand their retirement system. Not only does it contain a summary of the information you need for the RREGOP, but it also gathers, in a single document, a wealth of general information on the different sources of income of older adults in order to simplify the financial planning process. The question of the SWD does not arise for the FNEEQ or the CEGEP Group: our long-standing interest in this matter is reflected in the joint deliberations that the NATIONAL meeting committee of the FNEEQ (CNR) has conducted in the countless debates that take place in our Federation bodies and, now, in this guide which does not claim to cover all aspects of this general subject, but should instead serve as a central reference to all our reflections and reflections. . Teaching is one of the best professions in the world! But new teachers are often thrown into academia without having had the opportunity to explore them.

For some, it can also be a first experience as a unionized worker – discovering another world. To date, CEGEP funding for SWD has focused exclusively on supporting non-educational resources. As important as their role is, making budgets available for the work of our professional and support staff is simply not enough. The information contained in this guide comes from the RREGOP`s administrative guide, information available on the websites of CARRA and the Quebec Pension Board, as well as the text and annexes V-1, V-2 and V-10 of the 2010-2015 FNEEQ (CSN) teachers` collective agreement. However, please note that this guide cannot replace these texts under any circumstances. The guide consists of four sections: making sure they retire; Gradual retirement; The development of your old age pension and your insurance. It also contains in the appendix a number of useful documents, such as a checklist of pre-retirement procedures, hyperlinks that refer to the various CARRA forms relating to their old age pension, and a number of letters that will help you apply. To find out the dates of the next workouts, click here to register for these training sessions, click here. To download the complaint form, click here.

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