Sample Sidebar Module

This is a sample module published to the sidebar_top position, using the -sidebar module class suffix. There is also a sidebar_bottom position below the menu.

Sample Sidebar Module

This is a sample module published to the sidebar_bottom position, using the -sidebar module class suffix. There is also a sidebar_top position below the search.
ABOUT US
  • Register

The Fijian Teachers Association is a registered trade union in Fiji which covers all sectors of education in Fiji. We represent all teachers in Government and private institutions including kindergarten teachers, primary school teachers, secondary school teachers, lecturers in tertiary institutions, government education administrators as well as retired teachers.

We are a globally affiliated, recognized and respected voice of teachers of Fijian, Rotuman and Banaban descent. We have grown from the 20 members that we had during our inception in 1934 to be the forum and voice for about 4,300 professionals today. We are the largest teachers union in Fiji.

The Fijian Teachers Association has 84 branches throughout Fiji and this allows us to be in a unique position to provide unrivaled service to all our members, even in the most remote areas of Fiji and Rotuma.

Our Aim

  1. To advance the course of education generally
  2. To safeguard the interests of its members in terms of wages, conditions of service, security of employment, family assistance, housing and business ventures

Our Objectives

  1. To secure the complete organization in the union of all teachers of Fijian, Rotuman or Banaban descent that are employed by educational institutions in the Fiji Islands
  2. To obtain and maintain just and proper conditions of labour for FTA members
  3. To regulate relations and settle disputes that involves an FTA member by amicable agreements whenever possible
  4. To promote a spirit of mutual respect and understanding between employers and the association
  5. To secure the establishment of a recognised and permanent machinery for negotiation with the employers
  6. To provide for members when the need arises

Main Menu