Standing Committee/ CEC decisions on future actions

Friday 20 January 2017

In addition to current industrial actions, Standing Committee and Central Executive Council have made a number of decisions to be implemented in the event of a rejection of the Outcome of Talks Proposals.

These actions will include:

  • ASTI members will continue with the withdrawal from the 33 Croke Park hours.
  • The ASTI Directive on Junior Cycle will remain in place.
  • The mandate to take strike action on the issue of recently qualified teachers remains in force.
  • There will be an orderly withdrawal from the supervision and substitution scheme. (It may be necessary to continue doing supervision and supervision unpaid for a period of time to ensure schools do not close). 
  • ASTI members will be balloted to withdraw co-operation with initiatives in schools to be agreed by Standing Committee or CEC.
  • If necessary, principals or acting principals will be balloted to refuse to co-operate with any request to identify teachers for redundancies.
  • In the event of an ASTI member being made redundant as a result of the redeployment scheme being withdrawn from ASTI members, ASTI will ballot its members to take industrial action, up to and including strike action. 

For more information visit the ASTI ballot information page www.asti.ie/news/latest-news/news-article/article/outcome-of-talks-important-information/