Incremental Credit for Teachers

INCREMENTAL CREDIT FOR TEACHERS:

Circular Letter 0029/2007 refers to the Scheme for the Award of Incremental Credit to Teachers at Second Level following the introduction of the Protection of Employees (part-Time Work) Act 2001, specifically:

1.  Previous wholetime-service in Republic of Ireland

2.  Previous eligible part-time (EPT) service prior to 20/12/01

3.  Previous pro-rata service from 20/12/01

4.  Previous fixed-term contract from 20/12/01

5.  Previous casual and non-casual service from 20/12/01

6.  Length of Professional Training Increments

7.  Teaching service in a Member State of the European Union (EU)

8.  Teaching service in a Third Level Institution in an EU Member State

9.  Teaching service in a private Primary School within the EU

10. Teaching service in Non-EU Countries

11. Service in a Third Level Institution in a Non-EU State

12. Relevant Non-Teaching Experience

The relevant Circular Letter and forms are available to view and/or download by clicking on the following links:

AMENDMENTS TO THE SCHEME:

Circular Letter 0029/2010 refers to Amendments to Scheme  for the Award of Incremental Credit to Registered Teachers at Second Level, specifically:

1.  Teaching Service with a Private Post-Primary School within the EU, and

2.  Qualified part-time teaching service of 735 hours per year in an approved teaching post in a Vocational, Community or Comprehensive School prior to 1 September 1995.

The relevant Circular Letter and forms are available to view and/or download by clicking on the following links: 

CL 0029-2010 Amendments to Scheme for the Award of Incremental Credit to Registered Teachers at Second Level

Clarification of Circular Letter 0029-2010

Incremental Credit Application Form for Primary & Second Level Teacher

 

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION FOR NEW ENTRANTS / INCREMENTAL CREDITS:

Post-1/1/2011 and Post-1/2/2012 New Entrants to Teaching: Recognition of previous Public Service in  ANOTHER E.U. Member State.

Serving teachers who are classified as post-1/1/2011 entrants or post-1/2/2012 entrants to teaching AND who have previous teaching service in an analogous teaching position in the Public Sector of another E.U. Member State, should now apply to have such previous periods of service assessed to determine the appropriate salary scale (and allowances where applicable) payable. Download DES Circular Letter 27/2016 and Application Form now and send completed application form to the H.R. Section of WWETB within the timeframe specified in the circular.

Circular Letter 27/2016 and application form:

http://www.education.ie/en/Circulars-and-Forms/Active-Circulars/cl0027_2016.pdf

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