AEU SA Branch Rules
The AEU South Australian Branch Rules are accessible via this link
2016 AEU SA Financial Report
The Financial Statements of the Australian Education Union (South Australian Branch) have been audited in accordance with the provisions of the Fair Work (Registered Organisations) Act 2009. This report is provided for members in accordance with the Act and a resolution passed by the union's Committee of Management on 8 May 2017.
Follow this link
to download the report.
Branch Council is the supreme decision making body of the Union, determining policy, setting priorities and appointing Administrative Officers. Branch Council meets four times a year on a Saturday.
Branch Council delegates are elected annually in an election conducted by the Australian Electoral Commission. The number of delegates representing each Area is determined based on the number of financial members at 31 October in the preceding year.
Meeting dates for 2018:
7 April 2 June 25 August 17 November
The affairs of the South Australian Branch are under the control of Branch Executive within the policies and direction set down by Branch Council. Branch Executive meets three times during school term time to give effect to decisions of Branch Council, deal with matters referred by committees or sub-branches and generally manage the affairs of the Branch.
Branch Executive is comprised of the Branch President, Female and Male Vice-Presidents and Branch Secretary who are paid officers of the union, and sixteen Executive members made up of a member elected by and from each of SSO, TAFE, Children’ Services and Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander members and twelve members representing DECD teacher and leader members. At least six of the twelve members representing DECD teacher members must be women.
The Branch President is responsible for making public statements on behalf of the union and presides at all meetings of Branch Executive and Branch Council. The President exercises a casting vote at meetings.
The powers of Branch Executive are set out in Federal Branch Rule 6.
Members of Branch Executive are also members of Branch Council.
The Australian Electoral Commission publishes a Post Election Report following the completion of union elections. Post Election Reports are available from the Australian Electoral Commission, or from the union.