The Educational Institute of Scotland is the longest established teachersí union in the world.
Here are 10 reasons why the EIS should be your union:
Because of its size the EIS is also the most efficient and affordable union to join. You can save up to £100 per year compared to the cost of other teaching unions.
The EIS campaigns actively to secure and maintain professional salaries and improve conditions of services for all its members (the EIS has the overwhelming majority of members on the Scottish Negotiating Committee for Teachers Ė SNCT).
As a professional organisation the EIS is committed to promoting opportunities for quality professional development for ALL teachers throughout their careers. The EIS is the only Scottish teaching union with Learning Representatives to support membersí CPD.
The EIS provides the best legal and professional advice bar none. Our solicitors and our network of EIS Representatives, Local Association Secretaries and Area Officers are available to provide the highest quality support and advice when it is needed.
The EIS provides four insurance policies to all members covering: Personal Effects, Malicious Damage to Motor Vehicles, Third Party Insurance and Personal Accident Insurance.
EIS Financial Services provides independent financial advice, a comprehensive range of insurance and other financial planning products exclusively to EIS members.
A commitment to quality and equality across our education service is a hallmark of the EIS and its work in developing policies covering: Education, The Equality Agenda, Pay and Conditions of Service and all other areas of trade union work.
The EIS is a campaigning organisation that takes a lead on the big issues for education and teachers. The EIS runs major campaigns to protect education, deliver better opportunities for learners, and defend the pay and conditions of teachers.
We also provide EIS members with FREE legal advice on non-employment matters through our dedicated 24-hour, 7 days a week EIS legal helpline staffed by qualified lawyers.
Join EIS online
Complete our Online Application Forms
or call 0131 220 2268