WWETB Pensions

WELCOME TO OUR PENSIONS INFORMATION SERVICE

This section of our website endeavours to give you basic information on your pension scheme and allows you to access our pension related application forms and commonly requested circulars.  Last updated 20/11/2019.

Who is the Pensions Information Service aimed at?

Any employee of Waterford & Wexford ETB (WWETB) who is seeking information relating to his/her pension scheme and/or other superannuation related matters.  Please note that its purpose is to give a general guide to the pension schemes and does not purport to be a legal interpretation.  Therefore it cannot confer any rights which are not conferred by the superannuation schemes themselves.

OUR PENSION SCHEMES:

Education and Training Board Teachers Superanuation Scheme 2015

Click here for the Statutory Instrument for teachers

Education Sector Superannuation Scheme 2015 (for all other staff employed by WWETB excluding SNA’s, caretakers and attendants who were employed before the 1st of January 2013)

Click here for non officer booklet for Attendants, Caretakers and Special Needs Assistants who joined the Public Sector before 1st April 2004

Click here for non officer booklet for Attendants, Caretakers and Special needs Assistants  who joined the Public Sector on or after 1 April 2004 and before 1 January 2013

Click here for the Statutory Instrument for non teaching staff

Single Public Service Pension Scheme (SPSPS) for all pensionable first-time entrants to the public service, including former public servants returning to the public service after a break of more than 26 weeks.  NB – in certain circumstances, eg where public servant was on secondment or approved leave or remains on the same contract of employment, the 26 week rule does not apply (Section 10 (3) of the Public Service Pension (Single Scheme and other Provisions) Act 2013.

Click here for the Statutory Instrument for the Single Pension Scheme 

The ETB Teachers and the Education Sector pension schemes are defined benefit schemes i.e. final salary defined benefit schemes which give a pension based on service and final pensionable remuneration (salary).

The Single Public Service Pension Scheme is a defined benefit, career average Scheme.  Career average earnings are used to calculate benefits (a pension and lump sum amount accrue each year and are up-rated each year by reference to CPI).

PLEASE USE THE LINKS ON THE RIGHT TO NAVIGATE THROUGH OUR WEBSITE OR FOR ANY QUERIES PLEASE EMAIL US ON PENSIONS@WWETB.IE 

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