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Teaching Service

(Executive Class, Principals, Assistant Principals, Teachers and Education Support employees)

The Merit Protection Board is an independent statutory body established under the Education and Training Reform Act 2006. The function of the Board is to advise the Minister for Education about principles of merit and equity to be applied in the teaching service and to hear reviews and appeals of decisions made under the Education and Training Reform Act 2006. Appeals against disciplinary action taken by the Department of Education and Training in relation to employees in the teaching service are not heard by the Merit Protection Board but may be appealable to the Disciplinary Appeals Board.

Use the Quick Links Menu on the left to find further information about Teaching Service Grievances, Incapacity Appeals or Disciplinary Appeals.